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Title: (abstract) A Ka-Band 0.5 m Circularily Polarized Microstrip Reflectarray
Authors: Huang, John
Issue Date: 6-Jan-1997
Citation: Hong Kong
Abstract: The microstrip reflectarray antenna, being in the form of a flat reflector, has recently been investigated by several antenna researchers. This antenna, when compared to the conventional parabolic reflector, not only has the potential advantages of achieving smaller mass, smaller volume, simpler deployment mechanism, but also has the capability of scanning its main beam to larger angles from the broadside direction. Without any power divider and its associated large insertion loss, a phased reflectarray may not need the high cost T/R modules and can still remain to be an efficient array antenna.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2014/26489
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