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Beamforming properties and design of the phased arrays in terms of irregular subarrays
Massive phased arrays are often organised by subarrays given this state of technology. The irregular subarray architecture, that can effectively mitigate the quantisation lobes, has received a renewed interest in recent years. Recent researches present some innovative specific irregular subarrays to produce practical means that to eliminate the quantisation lobes using many (even only one) kinds of subarray. But, there's no single, neat theory of the irregularly partitioned array antennas within the literature. This study presents some derivations of the beamforming properties for arrays with arbitrary subarray partition to fill this gap. Derivations have led us to introduce a novel approach to assess the radiation properties which is helpful for the systematic style of phased arrays. Numerical experiments are administrated to validate the authors' derivations. Additionally, an elaborate example illustrates a style discipline for a restricted-field-of-read array with polyomino-shaped subarrays.
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