cylindrical reflector

cylindrical reflector

[sə′lin·drə·kəl ri′flek·tər]
(electromagnetism)
A reflector that is a portion of a cylinder; this cylinder is usually parabolic.
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Figure 7(a) shows the directivity pattern of the sectorized array with the conical reflector in the 360[degrees] configuration obtained by operating each element of the array in pulseecho mode (using the 5077 PR) and measuring the peak to peak amplitude of the echo originated by a 20 mm cylindrical reflector located at 200 mm away from the transducer/conical reflector axis.
Directivity pattern of the 8 elements sectorized 400 kHz array measured with the conical reflector in the 360[degrees] configuration and in pulseecho mode using a cylindrical reflector (20 mm diameter) located at 200 mm distance and rotated 360[degrees] around the transducers in steps of 5[degrees] (a).
The CXR feed is designed to improve significantly the cross-polar accuracy of side/corner-fed single reflector systems, but is equally suitable for dual cylindrical reflector systems.
Illahi and Naqvi studied the focusing from chiral nihility coated PEC and perfect electromagnetic conductor (PEMC) cylindrical reflector [46].
Ji, "High frequency expression for the field in the caustic region of a cylindrical reflector using Maslov's method," Radio Sci.
Naqvi, "High frequency expression for the field in the caustic region of cylindrical reflector placed in chiral medium," Progress In Electromagnetics Research, Vol.
The electromagnetic wave radiated from the LFA is just reflected by the cylindrical reflector to a free space.
The cylindrical reflector means that the z coordinates on the XOZ plane are all equal as shown in Figure 4.
Naqvi, "High frequency expressions for the field in the caustic region of a PEMC cylindrical reflector using Maslov's method," Journal of Electromagnetic Waves and Applications, Vol.
Now consider the relative RCS of a cylindrical reflector and a comer reflector which would fit inside of it as shown in Figure 4.
Naqvi, "High frequency expression for the field in the caustic region of a cylindrical reflector placed in chiral medium," Progress In Electromagnetics Research, Vol.
Rather than using traditional dish-shaped telescopes, CHIME consists of four 100-metre-long cylindrical reflectors which cover an area larger than five professional hockey rinks and gathers signals for the critical computational analyses supplied by the AMD FirePro S9300 x2 GPU cluster.