Effect of chaos factor in radiation pattern in planner antenna arrays with chaos adaptive invasive weed optimization

Datla Rajitha, Godi Karunakar


For mobile communication and spatial detection of antennas should have high directive radiation pattern, in this context pattern synthesis of planar circular antenna arrays is highly significant such design has been done inverse weed optimization. The basic objective e is to study invasive weed optimization in compression with modified chaotic adaptive invasive weed optimization. The focus of the study is the effect of chaotic factors suitable for sinusoidal mapping for chaos as applicable to the context of the design of antennas. Taking various numbers of elements of the antenna and the distance between the antenna’s radiation patterns are studied by varying chaos factors through MATLAB programming. It is found that the critical point of 2.3 for chaos factor makes the map enter into phase of chaos prior to the critical point is a phase of periodicity starting with chaos factor of 2. Below this value there is no chaos but a phase of convergence. These phases are useful having a trade of convergence and chaos. By varying the factor of chaos the impact on the radiation factor of non-uniform planar antennas has been found to give phases of convergence of chaos which are essential for making trade of between exploitation and exploration required in optimization.


Antenna; Chaos factor; Convergence; Invasive weed optimization; Radiation pattern;

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DOI: http://doi.org/10.11591/ijeecs.v27.i2.pp692-700


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The Indonesian Journal of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (IJEECS)
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