2D beam steering formula

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yef smith

Joined Aug 2, 2020
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Hello i have sucseeded in 1D beamsteering by applying phase into the formula of phase=(2p/lambda)*d*sin(alfa)
if i have an 1X4 array then we add phase as following:
1st phase : 0
2nd phase : phase
3rd phase : 2*phase
4th phase : 3*phase
this method works like a charm.

now i want to implement 2D beam steering.
how do i calculate the phase in 4X4 elements array
so the main beam will shift 10 degrees left and 20 degrees up?
What is the mathematical logic to do it?
Thanks.
 

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yef smith

Joined Aug 2, 2020
293
Hello Andrewmm,SO if i have 4x4 array and i want to stear it 10 degrees to the left(x direction) and 20 degress down (y direction)

for the X direction i put
1st phase : 0
2nd phase : x_phase
3rd phase : 2*x_phase
4th phase : 3*x_phase
in every row
but how do i adjust the phase to pull down the beam 20 degrees?
my intuition says i should add 20 degree correction in the columns.correct?
could you please visualise it for me?

Thanks.
 
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