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Introduction
1.1.1 In-Flight Entertainment: ACTiFE
1.1.3 Radio Astronomy: the Square Kilometer Array
1.2 State of the Art: Limitations of Present Solutions
1.3 Connected Arrays
1.4 Novel Contributions in This Thesis
Spectral Green’s Functions of Connected Arrays
2.1 Green’s Functions of an Infinite Dipole or Slot
2.1.1 Current Solution for an Infinite Dipole
Scanning Behavior of Backed Connected Arrays
3.1 Impedance of Connected Arrays when Scanning
3.1.1 Dominant Floquet Wave
3.2 Analysis of Polar Singularities of the Longitudinal Spectra
3.2.1 Leaky Wave Poles in Connected Slots
3.2.2 TEM Poles in Connected Dipoles
3.3 Bandwidth Dependence on the Gap Width
3.3.1 Slot Case: Lumped Inductance
3.4 Double Feed for the Dipoles
3.4.1 Active Admittance for Multiple Feeds per Unit Cell
3.5.1 Transverse Windowing Approximation
3.5.2 Longitudinal Windowing Approximation
3.5.3 Longitudinal Green's Function
3.5.4 Pattern Quality
Equivalent Circuit Representation of Connected Arrays
4.1 Limitations of Equivalent Norton or Th´evenin Cir- cuits
4.2 Integral Equation for Connected Array of Loaded
4.2.1 Separation of Variables
4.2.2 One-Dimensional Equation
4.2.3 Total Currents on the Gaps
4.2.4 Spectral Integral Equation
4.4 Expansion of the Thevenin Circuits in Equivalent Networks
4.4.1 Equivalent Circuit Representation of the Fundamental Flo- quet Mode
4. 5 The Equivalent Circuit in Reception
4.5.1 Numerical Validation of the Equivalent Circuit in Recep- tion
4.5.2 Power Absorbed and Scattered by Connected Arrays
Finite Connected Arrays
5.2.2 Results of the Numerical Solution
5.3 Efficiency of Finite Connected Arrays
5.4 Spectral Integral Approximation
5.4.2 Extrapolation of the Simple Case Solution
5.5.1 Contributions from the Two Edges
5.5.2 Comments on the Analytical Solution
5.6 Conclusions
Practical Implementation of Feed Networks in Connected Arrays
6.1 Resonances Typical of Connected Arrays
6.1.1 Common-Mode Resonances
6.2 Design of PCB Slot-Based Transformers
6.2.1 CPS/GCPS Transformer
6.3 Performance of the Feed Network: Array Design
6.3.1 Finite Ground Planes
6.3.2 Backed Array
6.3.3 Limitations of Over-Sampling the Unit Cell
6.4 Common-Mode Rejection Loop Design
6.4.1 Performance of the Loop-Shaped Feed Structure
6.4.2 Single-Polarization Array Design
6.4.3 Dual-Polarization Array Design
Experimental Validation
7.1 A 3 to 5 GHz Singly-Polarized Connected Array
7.1.1 Design Strategy
7. 2 Prototype Array: Simulations
7.3 Prototype Array: Measurements
7.3.1 Practical Implementation of the Backing Reflector
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