A study on the impact of the phase errors distribution on the performances of the phased array systems has been produced using a complete and behavioral model for radiation-pattern characteristics. The study has shown how the phase errors distribution actually affects the performances demonstrating that the rms phase error is a valuable figure of merit of phased array systems but it is not sufficient to completely describe the behavior of a real system. The used model has many input parameters and it has a lot of features, such as parameter simulations with results analysis, unconventional two-dimensional color graph representation capability in order to show more clearly the results. The results of the study demonstrating the previous considerations have been reported.

A study on the Phase Errors Distribution in Phased Array systems based on a Behavioural Model of Radiation Pattern Characteristics

Coviello, G;AVITABILE, Gianfranco
2010

Abstract

A study on the impact of the phase errors distribution on the performances of the phased array systems has been produced using a complete and behavioral model for radiation-pattern characteristics. The study has shown how the phase errors distribution actually affects the performances demonstrating that the rms phase error is a valuable figure of merit of phased array systems but it is not sufficient to completely describe the behavior of a real system. The used model has many input parameters and it has a lot of features, such as parameter simulations with results analysis, unconventional two-dimensional color graph representation capability in order to show more clearly the results. The results of the study demonstrating the previous considerations have been reported.
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