A Taylor-Surrogate-Model-Based Method for the Electrical Performance of Array Antennas Under Interval Position Errors
AffiliationXidian University; University of New South Wales; Hunan University; Nanjing Research Institute of Electronics Technology; University of Chester
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AbstractIn this letter, a Taylor-surrogate-model-based method (TSMBM) is proposed to predict the bounds of power pattern of array antennas with interval position errors of antenna elements. The advantage of TSMBM is that it provides the approximate analytical solution of the problem with high precision and free of “wrapping effect.” First, the integral form of the Taylor surrogate model (IFTSM) of the distorted power pattern of array antennas is deduced. Then, the extrema point vector of IFTSM can be readily calculated within a set composed of bounds, –1 and 1. Finally, the bounds of the distorted power pattern are determined by submit- ting the extrema point vector of IFTSM to the distorted power pattern. Representative examples are presented to demonstrate the accuracy and effectiveness of the method.
CitationWang, C., Yuan, S., Gao, W., Jiang, C., Zhu, C., Li, P., . . . Shi, Y. (2020). A taylor-surrogate-model-based method for the electrical performance of array antennas under interval position errors. IEEE Antennas and Wireless Propagation Letters, 19(7), 1221-1225. doi:10.1109/LAWP.2020.2995873
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