driven array

driven array

[¦driv·ən ə′rā]
(electromagnetism)
An antenna array consisting of a number of driven elements, usually half-wave dipoles, fed in phase or out of phase from a common source.
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Results are compared to the design objective[4] for a two-element driven array.
It has been shown[4] that for a driven array of two identical elements that the transmission efficiency, which determines far-field gain, varies as the square of the active reflection coefficient by
Each of these elements may receive a portion of the excitation energy in which case the array is referred to as a driven array.