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Array Pattern Optimization

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Antenna Arrays Adaptive Antennas Array Synthesis Beamforming Sidelobe Level Null Steering Feeding Networks Optimization Algorithms Iterative Algorithms Sub-Array Antennas Thinning Array Antenna Modeling Antenna Applications

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Antenna arrays play a significant role in the current and future radars and communication systems. The goal of the array pattern optimization is to efficiently determine the array parameters such as element type, element location, complex weighting (amplitude and/or phase), array size and shape, etc. that will lead to the desired radiation pattern. The shape of the desired pattern may vary widely depending on the application. This book will present recent advances in the field of array pattern optimization. It is concerned with suppressing the sidelobe level while preserving the gain of the main beam, null control to reduce the effects of interference and jamming signals, simplifying the complexity of the feeding network, reduction of the mutual coupling on the desired array pattern, 5G impact and others. Several analytical and optimization methods have been successfully used in the design of antenna arrays. Currently, there is no specific book that comprehensively deals with this important subject. Thus, it is important to collect the recent advances in this area, the challenges, and the future trends in a coherent book presentation. This book intends to provide the reader with a comprehensive overview of the current state-of-the-art array pattern optimization research, the main challenges, and the opportunities that occur. 

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Jafar Ramadhan Mohammed

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Ninevah University

Dr. Jafar Ramadhan Mohammed received the B.Sc. and M.Sc. Degrees in Electronic and Communication Engineering in 1998, and 2001, respectively, and the Ph.D. degree in Digital Communication Engineering in Nov. 2009. He worked as senior lecturer at the Faculty of Electronic and Computer Engineering / Malaysia Technical University Melaka (UTeM), Melaka, Malaysia in 2011 and a visiting researcher at Autonoma University of Madrid, Spain in 2013.He is currently an Assistant Professor and Head of department at Ninevah University, Mosul. He authored more than 40 papers in international peer-reviewed journals, and conference proceedings. His main research interests are in the area of Adaptive Signal Processing, Antennas and Optimization Algorithms. In 2011, He is listed in Marquis, Who\'s Who in Science and Engineering (Edition 28). In 2018, he has been selected for the Marquis Who’s Who Lifetime Achievement Award.

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