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Design of Optimum Directional Arrays Using Linear Programming Techniques (U).

Canada. Defence Research Establishment Atlantic.

Design of Optimum Directional Arrays Using Linear Programming Techniques (U).

by Canada. Defence Research Establishment Atlantic.

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Published by s.n in S.l .
Written in English


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SeriesCanada Drb Drea Report -- 71-02
ContributionsMcmahon, G.W., Hubley, Barbara., Mohammed, A.
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Open LibraryOL21889081M

can reach the absolute optimum unless the problem is convex. In this paper, we emphasize the importance of convex optimization in antenna array design. Of course, not all antenna array design problems are convex. Examples of nonconvex problems include those in which the antenna weights have fixed magnitude (i.e., phase-only weights), problems with. Optimum Design Alized Stress Swiss Federal Institute Optimum Design Method Plastic Moment These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors. This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm improves.

Linear programming is a general model used to decide the optimum mix and allocation of limited resources that will yield maximum profits or ensure minimum costs [21]. Earlier, Gupta and Hira [22] posit that programming in this case means planning, while linearity refers to a mathematical expression that shows relationship among a set of.   The shading design of a element circular array is carried out utilizing a distance between stack centers of 5λ/8. Experimental measurements of the resulting transducer give a peak sensitivity of −70 db below 1 volt for a field of 1 dyne per cm 2, 11 degrees main beam width at the 3‐db down points, and suppression of side lobes to more than 32 db below peak sensitivity.

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The techniques of linear programming have been applied to the synthesis of optimum directional patterns from arrays of point elements. The simplex method has been used to generate optimum element excitations for a given array when the desired directional characteristics are specified.

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A design problem of linear antenna arrays and array pattern synthesis problems can be expressed as convex optimization prob-lems, which can be solved. (Linear Programming) program; its optimal. Design of Optimum Directional Arrays Using Linear Programming Techniques The techniques of linear programming have been applied to the synthesis of optimum directional patterns from arrays.

[8], [9], [10] is used for synthesis of linear antenna array by controlling the elements excitation in order to minimize the SLL and Nulls. The result obtained by the FA techniques seems to be superior to other techniques in terms of finding optimum solutions for the desired beam patterns of linear an-tenna array.

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the Newton-Raphson. The optimum settings for TMS and PS are obtained using different algorithms proposed by the researchers. In some cases, pickup currents are determined based on experience and only the value of TMS is optimized using linear programming techniques. Several non-linear programming (NLP) methods are used to optimize both TMS and PS.

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rate. Here, in this article, the classical particle swarm algorithm is used to synthesize the non-uniformly excited linear arrays. Suppose elements of linear array are isotropic in nature and placed with uniform inter-element spacing [1]. The proposed method eliminates the.

An optimum design problem having linear cost and constraint functions in the design variables is called a linear programming (LP) problem. Linear programming problems arise in some fields of engineering such as water resources, systems engineering, traffic flow control, resources management, and transportation engineering.

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Competitive priorities, Chapter 2 2. Capacity management concepts, Chapter 9 3. Aggregate planning, Chapter 13 4. Developing a master. In such problems, a linear objective function is subject to linear equality and inequality constraints and can be solved using one of the linear programming techniques, namely: simplex, dual.

We show that two antenna array pattern synthesis problems can be expressed as convex optimization problems. The first one deals with a symmetric planar array with real weights, which can be expressed as a linear program.

The second one concerns a broadband acoustic array, which becomes a convex quadratically constrained quadratic program. Because these two problems are convex, they can be. This paper describes several approximate polynomial-time algorithms that use linear programming to design filters having a small number of nonzero coefficients, i.e., filters that are sparse.

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1. Introduction The antenna arrays are being widely used in mobile and satellite communications. Optimization is the process of finding the optimum values of lengths, spacings, amplitudes or phases of antenna elements in order to obtain a desired.reduction in a linear antenna array using a GA is proposed in Recioui et al.

(), Das et al. ().InDas et al. (), the sidelobes for symmetric linear antenna arrays are reduced without significantly sacrificing the first null beam-width, and non-uniform excitations and optimal uniform spac-ing are proposed generate the desired result.Fagoyinbo, I.

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The method employed gave an integer optimum solution to all the models formulated. The Data used did not yield a feasible solution but when the model reformed gave an optimum solution.