multielement array

multielement array

[¦məl·tē′el·ə·mənt ə′rā]
(electromagnetism)
An antenna array having a large number of antennas.
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The presented two-element TSA array can be extended to a multielement array. The presented analytical method and achieved performance are very promising for the antenna array integrated with the RTD oscillators at the THz frequency and could pave the way to the design of the THz antenna array for the RTD oscillators.
The ground plane sizing simulations were repeated with a four-element antenna array to verify the trends obtained for the wing ground plane effects on a single antenna extend to multielement arrays where coupling is present.
With the random or ladder arrangement of antenna array elements [4, 5], the RCS of antenna array can be reduced, which provides an effective method to reduce the RCS of multielement arrays. The reactive impendence surface (RIS) is introduced in [6-8] and a two-layer mushroom-like RIS is presented in [9] to realize the antenna miniaturization and improve the radiation performance.
The effects of vortex structures on heat transfer and flow field behind multielement arrays of vortex generators.
For multielement arrays, the size and complexity, of the network are often associated with substantial size and weight, high RF losses and limited bandwidth.
By the 1960s, a series of multielement arrays was constructed, primarily under the leadership of Martin Ryle at Cambridge University in England.

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