Mastering J by McIntyre D.B.

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A modal interaction null will be located somewhere between f f and 2 f f (for no grating lobes). 9. Reflection coefficient curves for a closely packed array of simple unloaded tripoles. 5 GHz. 2 Unloaded Tripole Array Although not particularly small in terms of wavelength, the unloaded tripole element has a very favorable feature: It can be packed tightly, thereby making the interelement spacings small and the bandwidth large. An example is shown in Figs. 10, where we have packed unloaded tripoles as closely as possible.

A detailed design procedure of such band-stop filters is given in Chapter 8. 3 Dichroic Subreflectors Another application is shown in Fig. 13 where a Cassegrain system has the subreflector made of a so-called dichroic structure. This simply refers to a periodic surface that is transparent at a frequency band f l and opaque at another frequency band f 2 . This enables us to place one feed horn operating at f 1 at the focal point of the main reflector and another feed horn operating at f 2 at the Cassegrain focal point.

P?. 8. S(b). Continuation of Fig. 5(a) 8 9 HOW DO WE “SHAPE’ THE RESONANT CURVE? United States Patent [III [191 [ 541 PERIODIC SURFACE FOR LARGE SCAN ANGLES Inventor: Benedikt A. Munk, Columbus, Ohio [73] Assignee: The Ohb State University Research Foundatha, Columbus, Ohio The portion of the term of this [ * 1 Notice: patent subsequent to Aug. 29. 1989. has been disclaimed. [ 751 (221 Filed: Oa. 16, 1968 I 2 1 1 Appl. S. CI............... 343118 6, 343118 A , 343/872 [ 5 1 ] Int. CI.............................................

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