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Phased Array Antenna Training, Phased Array Antenna Engineering Training Bootcamp

Phased array antennas include multiple emitters and are used for beamforming in high-frequency RF applications.

In antenna theory, a phased array is an array of antennas in which all of the phases of each signal that feeds each antenna are set in such a way that the effective radiation pattern of the entire array is set toward the desired direction and that the signals emanating toward undesired directions are suppressed.

The number of emitters in a phased array antenna can range from a few into the thousands. Phased array antennas are appearing in many different use cases such as:

  • Wi-Fi
  • Chirped radar
  • 5G

The fundamental principle of the phased array antenna is the phase-dependent superposition of two or more radiated signals. When the signals are in-phase, they combine together to form a signal of additive amplitude.

When the signals are counter phase, they cancel each other.

There are several types of phased array antennas, such as:

  • Linear array
  • Planar array
  • Frequency scanning array

In recent years, phased array antennas have been gaining popularity for use in 5G communication technologies.

An antenna array for 5G has to be able to create multibeam (approximately dozens or hundreds of beams), wide azimuthal coverage (approximately 360°), and high gain (>20 dB).

Many communications sector analysts believe the phased array antenna is a crucial ingredient to unlock the true potential of 5G technology by attaining wider bandwidths and extended coverage, and better capacity at the millimeter-wave spectrum.

Although millimeter-wave systems can be relatively easily deployed for short-range indoor setups, many challenges are involved during their use for outdoor scenarios.

Phased Array Antenna Training, Phased Array Antenna Engineering Training Bootcamp by Tonex

Phased Array Antenna Training is a 3-day training program covers the principles of phased array antenna, electromagnetic radiators, general properties of the radiation fields and phased array radiation field patterns.

This course covers the gamut of phased array antenna engineering topics. Participants will learn the theory and practice of phased array antenna engineering, including phased array antenna types, applications, features, and properties.

Who Should Attend
Phased Array Antenna Training is designed for engineers, managers, operations, technicians, project planners, program managers, and other .professional interested in phase array antenna technologies.

Learning Objectives

Upon completion of this training program, the attendees will:

  • List  Antenna basics and common terminology
  • Learn the fundamental concepts, application and operation principles of phased array antenna technology
  • Describe the key technical aspects of Phased Array Antennas
  • List Phased Array Antennas physics and equations
  • Apply engineering principles to Phased-Array Antenna Systems
  • Describe array architectures, array theory
  • List array categories including planar, wideband, broadband, communication, defense, satcom, and radar
  • Work with design principles applied to  pattern synthesis
  • Explain phased array antenna measurements, alignment, and calibration

Course Topics

Introduction to Phased Array Antennas

  • Radiowave Propagation: physics and applications
  • Wavelength, frequency and the speed of light
  • Antenna Basics
  • Common antenna terminology
  • Antenna Properties
  • Impedance, VSWR, RL, bandwidth, directivity, gain, radiation patterns, polarization,
  • Fundamental antenna elements
  • Frequency bands
  • Radiation pattern
  • Field regions
  • Directivity
  • Efficiency and Antenna Gain
  • Beamwidths and Sidelobes
  • Impedance
  • Bandwidth
  • VSWR/ Return Loss
  • Polarization of Waves
  • Polarization of Antennas

Phased-Array Antenna Systems and Applications

  • Array Beamforming
  • Array Beamforming (Beam Collimation)
  • Polarization
  • Electronic Scanning
  • Active Transmit
  • Receive Modules
  • Beam Agility
  • Effective Antenna Resource Management
  • Distributed Active Components and Control
  • Common Phased-array Antenna (Par) Architectures
  • Antenna-based
  • Bandwidth-based
  • Antenna Function-based
  • Integration Issues

Hands-on Labs

  • Hands-on Antenna Theory and Phased Array Antenna Training Bootcamp:
  • Measuring antenna patterns
  • Array architectures and digital beamforming implementations
  • Practical design compromises such as subarrays and wideband arrays
  • Limitations on performance from array errors and nonlinearities
  • Adaptive architectures such as sidelobe cancellers and fully adaptive arrays
  • Adaptive methods for beamforming, wideband cancellation, and angle
  • Phase array Antenna Analysis
  • Gain
  • Frequency
  • Beamwidth
  • Input Impedance
  • Connector
  • Array Element
  • Rectangular Patch Antenna, Dipole antenna, Log Periodic
  • Dipole Array
  • Polarization
  • Element Spacing

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