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Antenna Pattern Effects in a Low Sidelobe Circularly Polarized Planar Array Due to Element Errors

Abstract : Random amplitude and phase errors at the elements of a phased array antenna cause elevated sidelobe levels. Formulas for predicting the sidelobe levels based on the error statistics are well known. These same random errors also cause an error in the axial ratio of a circular polarized array. This paper presents some new expressions for the change in axial ratio as a function of the random errors.
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Pedro Mendes Ruiz, Randy Haupt, Israel David Hinostroza Saenz, Regis Guinvarcrh. Antenna Pattern Effects in a Low Sidelobe Circularly Polarized Planar Array Due to Element Errors. 2018 International Conference on Electromagnetics in Advanced Applications (ICEAA), Sep 2018, Cartagena des Indias, France. pp.103-105, ⟨10.1109/iceaa.2018.8520483⟩. ⟨hal-02124608⟩

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