MIFT


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2, we further perform array thinning using MIFT with various sampling points.
In addition, as related above, although MIFT has been successfully used for moderately truncated arrays, it suffers from beam broadening when the array elements are massively truncated.
This operation could be easily realized through adding only a few lines of MATLAB code to MIFT.
Figure 11 shows the synthesis result using modified MIFT for a 200-element asymmetrical array with [f.
Table 3 shows the synthesis results of the same array using the modified MIFT among various Q values, where [beta] = -20 dB.
To further demonstrate the robustness of MIFT, in this section, we compare the array synthesis results by MIFT with those by GA and ACO in the published reports [31,32].
Then MIFT is performed to thin this antenna array in three cases: 1) 20% thinning; 2) 22% thinning; 3) 24% thinning.
Figure 12 shows the optimum far field pattern of the 20% thinned array produced by MIFT among 30 trials, where [PHI] is the azimuth angle of the far field point measured from X-axis.
Table 5 shows the turned off element numbers by MIFT for all cases.
The synthesis results by MIFT show a good agreement between the desired and synthesized specifications for all above cases with high efficiency.
However, because IFT is apt to fall into local solutions, whereas MIFT provides a good way to avoid trapping, thus for a large array, the optimum solution for thinned array synthesis may be obtained by combining the two methods together.