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Optimal Design of Timed Antenna Arrays for SLL Reduction, Dual and Multiple Broad Nulls in the Radiation Pattern

Originální název

Optimal Design of Timed Antenna Arrays for SLL Reduction, Dual and Multiple Broad Nulls in the Radiation Pattern

Anglický název

Optimal Design of Timed Antenna Arrays for SLL Reduction, Dual and Multiple Broad Nulls in the Radiation Pattern

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en

Originální abstrakt

This work is concerned with the methodology for improvement of the radiation pattern performance and eliminating the effect of unwanted interference of symmetric time modulated linear antenna array (STMLAA) in the predefined direction. This is achieved using evolutionary technique called Novel Particle Swarm Optimization with Wavelet Mutation (NPSOWM) for various application specific optimization like SLL only reduction, dual broad null and multiple broad null optimization. The optimized results obtained by using NPSOWM are validated by CST-MWS by captivating practical elements of dipole antenna and its array configuration. The numerical results show the effect of the particular (practical) antenna on the array. Various examples have taken for this purpose. A set of 16-element antenna array have designed for SLL only reduction. 16-, 32-, and 64-element STMLAA for incorporating the dual broad nulls in the angular range from 400 to 700 over the elevation plane. A set of 24-, 30-, and 32-element antenna array have occupied for multiple broad nulls. The strength of the adopted algorithm is tested for different number of array antenna configuration, which establish the efficacy of the optimization technique NPSOWM adopted for achieving the interference cancellation in the predefined direction and performance improvement of the antenna array such as simultaneous improvements of broad nulls (BNs), sidelobe level (SLL), sideband level (SBL), and the directivity. From the simulated results it is clear that NPSOWM can perform better than that of un-optimized linear antenna array with respect to BNs, SLL, and SBLs and Directivity.

Anglický abstrakt

This work is concerned with the methodology for improvement of the radiation pattern performance and eliminating the effect of unwanted interference of symmetric time modulated linear antenna array (STMLAA) in the predefined direction. This is achieved using evolutionary technique called Novel Particle Swarm Optimization with Wavelet Mutation (NPSOWM) for various application specific optimization like SLL only reduction, dual broad null and multiple broad null optimization. The optimized results obtained by using NPSOWM are validated by CST-MWS by captivating practical elements of dipole antenna and its array configuration. The numerical results show the effect of the particular (practical) antenna on the array. Various examples have taken for this purpose. A set of 16-element antenna array have designed for SLL only reduction. 16-, 32-, and 64-element STMLAA for incorporating the dual broad nulls in the angular range from 400 to 700 over the elevation plane. A set of 24-, 30-, and 32-element antenna array have occupied for multiple broad nulls. The strength of the adopted algorithm is tested for different number of array antenna configuration, which establish the efficacy of the optimization technique NPSOWM adopted for achieving the interference cancellation in the predefined direction and performance improvement of the antenna array such as simultaneous improvements of broad nulls (BNs), sidelobe level (SLL), sideband level (SBL), and the directivity. From the simulated results it is clear that NPSOWM can perform better than that of un-optimized linear antenna array with respect to BNs, SLL, and SBLs and Directivity.

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@article{BUT164897,
  author="Zbyněk {Raida}",
  title="Optimal Design of Timed Antenna Arrays for SLL Reduction, Dual and Multiple Broad Nulls in the Radiation Pattern",
  annote="This work is concerned with the methodology for improvement of the radiation pattern performance and eliminating the effect of unwanted interference of symmetric time modulated linear antenna array (STMLAA) in the predefined direction. This is achieved using evolutionary technique called Novel Particle Swarm Optimization with Wavelet Mutation (NPSOWM) for various application specific optimization like SLL only reduction, dual broad null and multiple broad null optimization. The optimized results obtained by using NPSOWM are validated by CST-MWS by captivating practical elements of dipole antenna and its array configuration. The numerical results show the effect of the particular (practical) antenna on the array. Various examples have taken for this purpose. A set of 16-element antenna array have designed for SLL only reduction. 16-, 32-, and 64-element STMLAA for incorporating the dual broad nulls in the angular range from 400 to 700 over the elevation plane. A set of 24-, 30-, and 32-element antenna array have occupied for multiple broad nulls. The strength of the adopted algorithm is tested for different number of array antenna configuration, which establish the efficacy of the optimization technique NPSOWM adopted for achieving the interference cancellation in the predefined direction and performance improvement of the antenna array such as simultaneous improvements of broad nulls (BNs), sidelobe level (SLL), sideband level (SBL), and the directivity. From the simulated results it is clear that NPSOWM can perform better than that of un-optimized linear antenna array with respect to BNs, SLL, and SBLs and Directivity.",
  address="TAYLOR & FRANCIS LTD",
  chapter="164897",
  doi="10.1080/02564602.2019.1699453",
  howpublished="online",
  institution="TAYLOR & FRANCIS LTD",
  number="1",
  volume="37",
  year="2020",
  month="january",
  pages="1--10",
  publisher="TAYLOR & FRANCIS LTD",
  type="journal article in Web of Science"
}