slotted waveguide


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slotted waveguide

[′släd·əd ′wāv‚gīd]
(electromagnetism)
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A novel circularly polarized patch array [6] fed by a slotted waveguide is proposed.
Tenders are invited for: Advanced low loss dual polarized slotted waveguide antenna (old title: power-efficient dual-polarized sar antenna with wider swath)
Tanner, "Design of a power divider network for a slotted waveguide array using finite element and finite difference techniques," Eighth International Conference on Publication Antennas and Propagation, Vol.
Vavriv, "A wideband slotted waveguide antenna array for SAR systems," Progress In Electromagnetics Research M, Vol.
One potential implementation of CLAS for Ground Moving Target Indicator (GMTI)/Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) radar is Slotted Waveguide Antenna Stiffened Structure (SWASS) [11].
In terms of waveguide electrodynamics, this problem can be reformulated as an excitation problem of a slotted waveguide radiator with a conducting spherical flange.
Assuming most readers do not have a thorough knowledge of electromagnetics or antenna theory, he covers the history of radiation and antennas and antenna parameters; design of a four-element, linear, broadside, microstrip patch array antenna; the linear endfire array antenna; the linear phased array antenna; the frequency scanned slotted waveguide array antenna; special array antenna configurations; and array and phased array antenna measurement.
Mechanically scanned antennas using flat-plate arrays of slotted waveguide are used today throughout the world for this type of radar.
One type of antennas used for radar and satellite communications in the aerospace and aviation industry is the Slotted Waveguide Antenna (SWA).
Coverage includes instructions for getting Google Maps on a mobile phone, building a slotted waveguide antenna, and stopping "moochers" from stealing Wi- Fi bandwidth.
The design of a millimeter-wave antenna with a pencil-beam pattern is complicated when using a slotted waveguide and results in unacceptable dissipating losses, as high as 8 to 10 dB for a microstrip (RT duroid or Cu/PTFE substrate) distributor.