Frequency properties of electrical fields of cylindrical sonar antenna with a flat baffle in the diametral plane
Keywords:electrical fields, cylindrical antenna with baffle, piezoceramic radiating element with circumferential polarization
AbstractBy means of method of coupled fields we obtain analytical relations describing electrical fields of cylindrical piezoceramic antennas with flat baffles in diametral plane. Numerical experiment results of frequency characteristics of antennas’ electrical fields dependently on parameters of antenna elements and embodiment are presented.
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