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Creation of antenna-fider devices for space technology


Work number - P 31 FILED

Presented by the Oles Honchar Dniprovsky National University

Authors: Svinarenko Dmitry Nikolaevich, Ovsyanikov Viktor Vladimirovich, Bukharov Sergei Vladimirovich, Tsipko Lidiya Zakharovna, Beznosova Elena Rafitovna, Saiko Vladimir Grigorovich. Slyusar Vadim Ivanovich, Naidenko Viktor Ivanovich

The aim of the work is to create antenna-feeder devices (AFD) and antenna arrays (AA) of the new generation microwave range with minimum dimensions and weight, with an extended working frequency range and with the ability to control their radiation patterns for space technology.

On the basis of theoretical and experimental studies, the authors have proposed new methods for the development of various AFDand AAfor spacecraft (SC) and their ground testing. The scientific basis for the calculation of antenna with reactive inserts and digital AAwas created. New antennas with jet inserts, digital antenna arrays, antennas based on a two-wire line and coplanar antennas using quick seconds pulses have been developed. Software has been implemented for computer calculations of rod-shaped arbitrarily bent antennas with reactive inserts and a program for calculating periodic structures with high symmetry. The simulation and calculation of the electrical parameters of promising microstrip antennas and AAs have been performed. The proposed methods of calculation and creation of the AFDallowed to develop and implement 8 inventions, while achieving significant technical and economic effect in comparison with the best domestic and foreign counterparts with an economic effect of 21.8 million_UAH.

Number of publications 643, including 5 monographs, 6 manuals, 386 articles (58 in foreign editions). In the scientific and metric base SCORUS 259 publications were recorded, with a total h-index equal to 3, the total number of references to the publications of the authors of the presented work is 99. The novelty and competitiveness of technical solutions is protected by 14 patents. 4 doctoral and 5 candidate theses are defended on this topic. A number of developments of the authors of this work were demonstrated at international exhibitions in 2007, 2017 and 2018years

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