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Substitute equipment of aperture antenna research are defined during this book.

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The balance of the incident power is scattered from he antenna. Effective area and gain are related by reciprocity. Consider transmission between identically polarised matched antennas with gains GX,G2 and effective ireas Ael, Ae2. With power PT fed to antenna 1, the power received by antenna 2 it a range r is PR = P G T \ T~^ A e2 = PTG2 ^ 2 ^ 1 ' ( 57 ) vhere the right-hand-side of eqn. 7 is a consequence of reciprocity since PR is 44 Aperture gain also the power received by antenna 1 whenP T is fed to antenna 2.

19) 26 Fourier transform representation of aperture patterns In this way patterns of arbitrary aperture distributions can be obtained by summing contributions from segments of the aperture of equal width and essentially uniform amplitude and phase. The expressions eqns. 19 will be recognised as the product of element and group patterns of an antenna array. They could represent, for example, the £-plane pattern of a stack of in-phase large rectangular waveguides supporting only the TE10 mode. 1.

This is unsatisfactory, however, for the net reactive power, and hence Q, could be small while the stored energies in the electric and magnetic fields are large. This situation led Rhodes (1974) to define aperture Q as the ratio of the net 'observable' reactive power to the radiated power. This 'observable' reactive power is P> = u(W'B + W'M) = I ± lwdw [uwM - W>E)] (5. where CJ^S is the angular frequency at resonance and W'E and W'M are twice the nonsingular terms in the time-averaged stored electric and magnetic energy.

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