1 Antennas and Antenna Arrays.
1.2 Antenna Array Factor.
1.3 Elements and Array Types.
1.4 Antenna Parameters and Indices.
1.5 Antenna Input Impedance.
1.6 Antenna Arrays Classification.
1.7 Array Factor Classification.
2 Arrays: Linear, Planar, 3D and Conformal.
2.2 Linear Arrays.
2.3 Uniform Linear Arrays.
2.4 Chebyshev Linear Arrays.
2.5 Linear Arrays from Sampling or Root Matching of Line Sources.
2.6 Planar Arrays.
2.7 3-D Arrays.
2.8 Conformal Arrays.
3 Pattern Synthesis for Arrays.
3.2 Uniform Linear Array Synthesis.
3.3 Chebyshev Array Synthesis.
3.4 Synthesis by Sampling or by Root Matching.
3.5 Synthesis by Fourier Transform.
3.6 The Woodward - Lawson (WL) Method.
3.7 Array Synthesis as an Optimization Problem.
3.8 Synthesis by Convolution of Linear, Planar and 3-D Arrays.
4 The Orthogonal Methods.
4.2 Synthesis of Non-uniformly Spaced Linear Arrays: The Matrix Inversion Method.
4.3 Synthesis of Non-uniformly Spaced Linear Arrays: The Orthogonal Method.
4.5 Quantized Excitation and Geometry Synthesis of a Linear Array: The Orthogonal Perturbation Method.
4.6 Synthesis of Non-uniformly Spaced Planar Arrays: The Orthogonal Method.
4.7 Synthesis of Non-uniformly Spaced 3-D Arrays: The Orthogonal Method.
4.8 Synthesis of Non-uniformly Spaced 3-D Arrays with Arbitrarily Oriented Dipoles: The Non-parallel Orthogonal Method.
4.9 Synthesis of Arrays of Wire Antennas: The MoM Orthogonal Method.
4.10 Synthesis of General Antenna Arrays: The Orthogonal Compensation Method.
4.11 Synthesis of Conformal Arrays: The Conformal Orthogonal Method.
5 The Orama Computer Tool (George S. Miaris and John N. Sahalos).
5.2 Description of the ORAMA Program.
5.3 Element Types.
5.4 Design Examples.