Luneburg lens


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Luneburg lens

[′lü·nə‚bərg ‚lenz]
(electromagnetism)
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Pta-P-21-11-00-001 With One 7 Inches Luneburg Lens In Front Cone And Ir Flares-4 Nos.
These COWs will feature some of the highest capacity antennas in AT&T's fleet, including the Giant Eyeball Antenna (also known as the Luneburg Lens Antenna), AT&T added.
Cui, "Beam-steering Vivaldi antenna based on partial Luneburg lens constructed with composite materials," Journal of Applied Physics, Vol.
Australia has been investigating a type of antenna known as the Luneburg lens.
The Luneburg lens is one of the front runners', Peter Hall, says.
Datron's patented Luneburg Lens Array (LLA) technology provides a versatile platform for a variety of antenna system applications for commercial, corporate and military aircraft.
The Luneburg Lens Array antenna system is very versatile, offering scalability in both size and frequency, is broadbanded, and delivers excellent satellite reception during high-latitude operation," said Mark Rayner, director of Datron's Airborne Products Division.
Tenders are invited for Ir Tow Body Drg No Pta_21_11_00_001 With 7Inch Luneburg Lens In Front Cone And Ir Flare-04 Nos
Sauleau, "Two-shell radially symmetric dielectric lenses as low-cost analogs of the Luneburg lens," IEEE Trans.
Datron's patented Luneburg Lens Array (LLA) antenna systems are the key enabling technology for bringing true broadband capabilities to the airborne market," said Mark Rayner, director of Airborne Products for Datron.
The contracts call for development work related to the design of lens antennas derived from Datron's patented Luneburg lens technology, which was initially developed for airborne direct broadcast satellite television and first flown on a commercial airliner in 1996.