Antenna Engineering Handbook Fourth Edition

Author: John Volakis
Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional
ISBN: 0071511164
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G. T. Poulton and T. S. Bird, “Improved Rear-radiating Cup Feeds,” IEEE
Antennas Propagation Symposium, vol. 1, Philadelphia, PA (June 9–13, 1986):
79–82. R. Schwerdtfeger, “ACoaxial Dual Mode Feed System,” IEEE Antennas
Propagation Symposium, vol. 1, Seattle, WA (June 18–22, 1979): 286–289. T. S.
Bird, “A Ring-slot Flange for Rear-radiating Cup Feeds, IEEE Antennas
Propagation Symposium, vol. II, Blacksburg (1987): 672–675. P.-S. Kildal, “The
Hat Feed: A Dual-mode ...

Modern Antenna Handbook

Author: Constantine A. Balanis
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118209753
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INTRODUCTION. A “feed antenna” is a means of supplying energy to (or
receiving energy from) a “secondary antenna,” such as a reflector, lens, or beam
waveguide, via a transmission line or waveguide. Therefore a feed antenna is
often referred to as a “primary feed. ... be used to produce beams tailored to suit
the demographics around the transmitter. The secondary antenna can be used to
illuminate another device such as in a beam waveguide system for a reflector or
a particle ...

Antenna Engineering Handbook

Author: Henry Jasik
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However, some consideration will be given to the general reflector problem, so
that, with additional effort on the part of the designer, reflector surfaces having
novel properties can be devised. Some general ... Since at least four array
elements must be placed in each square wavelength of the aperture, the number
of elements required to approximate the pattern of the reflector- type system may
be of the order of a few thousand, so that the feed system becomes unreasonably
complex.

Electronics Engineers Handbook

Author: Donald G. Fink
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Companies
ISBN: 9780070209824
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Antennas Propag., September 1965, Vol. AP-1 6, pp. 536-541. 184. Love, A. W.
Spherical Reflecting Antennas with Corrected Line Sources, IEEE Trans.
Antennas Propag., September 1962, Vol. AP-13, pp. 529-537. 185. Schell, A. C.
The Diffraction Theory of Large-Aperture Spherical Reflector Antennas, IEEE
Trans. Antennas Propag., July 1963, Vol. AP-14, pp. 428-432. 1 86. Potter, P. D.
The Aperture Efficiency of Large Paraboloidal Antennas as a Function of Their
Feed System ...

Analysis Of Reflector Antennas

Author: W. V. T. Rusch
Publisher: Academic Press
ISBN: 1483219887
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Analysis of Reflector Antennas provides information pertinent to the analysis of reflector-antenna systems. This book provides an understanding of how design data have been and can be derived.

Near Field Testing Of The 15 Meter Hoop Column Antenna

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Large Space Antenna Systems Technology— 1984, William J. Boyer, compiler,
NASA CP-2368, Part 1, 1985, pp. 139-166. 2. Bush, H. G.; Herstrom, C. L.; Stein,
R A.; and Johnson, R. R.: Synchronously Deployable Tetra- hedral Truss
Reflector. Large Space Antenna Systems Technology— 1984, William J. Boyer,
compiler, NASA ... of the 15-Meter Model of the Hoop Column Antenna. Volume II
— Near- and Far-Field Plots for the LaRC Feeds, Final Report. NASA CR-178060
, 1986. 12.

Satellite Communications Payload And System

Author: Teresa M. Braun
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118345207
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Antennas easily excite enthusiasm in some people: most antennas are big, many
of themmove, and antenna deployment videos are exciting, but what is more fun
is to watchan antenna engineer demonstrate a twoaxis deployment withhisarm. ...
A reflectorantenna always hasa feed; onreceive afeed collects the RF power
reflected intoit by the reflector(s)and passes itto thefrontend amplifier, and
ontransmit the feed sends out the RF powerfrom a highpoweramplifier tothe
reflector(s).