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Oct-2003 A dual-band reflectarray for X- and Ka-bands Zawadzki, Mark; Huang, John
20-Jun-2004 Design of a large dual polarized Ku band reflectarray for space borne radar altimeter Hodges, Richard E.; Zawadzki, Mark
Jul-2005 The design of H- and V-pol waveguide slot array feeds for a scanned offset dual-polarized reflectarray Zawadzki, Mark; Rengarajan, Sembiam; Hodges, Richard E.
Mar-2006 The UAVSAR phased array aperture Chamberlain, Neil; Zawadzki, Mark; Sadowy, Greg; Oakes, Eric; Brown, Kyle; Hodges, Richard
26-Jun-2006 The Glacier and Land Ice Surface Topography Interferometer (GLISTIN): a novel Ka-band digitally beamformed interferometer Moller, Delwyn K.; Heavey, Brandon; Hodges, Richard; Rengarajan, Sembiam; Rignot, Eric; Rogez, Francois; Sadowy, Gregory; Simard, Marc; Zawadzki, Mark
12-Oct-2010 UAVSAR active electronically-scanned array Sadowy, Gregory; Brown, Kyle; Chamberlain, Neil; Figueroa, Harry; Fisher, Charlie; Grando, Maurio; Hamilton, Gary; Vorperian, Vatche; Zawadzki, Mark
9-Mar-2011 Large Aperture, Scanning, L-Band SAR Moussessian, Alina; Del Castillo, Linda; Bach, Vinh; Grando, Maurio; Quijano, Ubaldo; Smith, Phil; Zawadzki, Mark
11-Jun-2011 Large Aperture, Scanning, L-Band SAR Moussessian, Alina; Del Castillo, Linda; Bach, Vinh; Grando, Maurio; Quijano, Ubaldo; Smith, Phil; Zawadzki, Mark
21-Jun-2011 Large Aperture, Scanning, L-Band SAR Moussessian, Alina; Del Castillo, Linda; Bach, Vinh; Grando, Maurio; Quijano, Ubaldo; Smith, Phil; Zawadzki, Mark
8-Jul-2012 Ka-band reflectarray for interferometric SAR altimeter Hodges, Richard; Zawadzki, Mark

 

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