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Vivaldi Antenna Arrays10105011030300Vivaldi Antenna ArraysMarinos N. Vouvakis and Daniel H. SchaubertBackground and General CharacteristicsIntroductionVivaldi antenna arrays were first demonstrated in the 1970s, but their development and use in systems required many years. The operation of Vivaldi arrays, like all phased arrays, strongly depends on coupling between the array elements. Successful wideband Vivaldi array designs require accurate full-wave simulation to characterize these coupling effects and to adjust the element and array design to achieve good impedance match over wide …
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