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Finite and infinite arrays, layout visualization

Arrays are several antennas connected and arranged in a regular structure to form a single antenna. Arrays produce radiation patterns that when combined have characteristics that individual antenna radiation patterns cannot produce.

`linearArray` | Create linear antenna array |

`rectangularArray` | Create rectangular antenna array |

`conformalArray` | Create conformal antenna array |

`circularArray` | Create circular antenna array |

`infiniteArray` | Create 2-D custom mesh antenna on X-Y plane |

Types of array elements in Antenna Toolbox™ array library

Active or scan impedance, array factor and pattern multiplication, coupling matrix, isolated or embedded element pattern

Side lobe control, beam scanning

*Grating lobes * are the maxima of the main beam, as predicted by the pattern multiplication theorem.

To rotate antenna elements in Antenna
Toolbox, use the `Tilt`

and `TiltAxis`

property.