Estimation of the influence of receiving-amplifying sections non-linearity on the adaptive antenna arrays efficiency


  • Yu. Yu. Kolyadenko Kharkiv National University of Radioelectronics, Ukraine
  • V. V. Popovskiy Kharkiv National University of Radioelectronics, Ukraine
  • A. G. Malitsky Kharkiv State Technical University of Radioelectronics, Ukraine



The adaptive antenna arrays (AAA) still remain one of the most effective means of concentrated interference control, for when applying them there is no need to change regimes of radio lines, whereas a level of interference suppression attains tens of dB [1–3].

In the same time, a number of authors [1, 3] point to the AAA efficiency sharp loss due to non-linearity in receiving sections.


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