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Handbook of Reflector Antennas and Feed Systems Volume I: Theory and Design of Reflectors

Handbook of Reflector Antennas and Feed Systems Volume I: Theory and Design of Reflectors : Theory and Design of Reflectors

Copyright: 2013
Pages: 320
ISBN: 9781608075164

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This is the first truly comprehensive and most up-to-date handbook available on modern reflector antennas and feed sources for diversified space and ground applications. There has never been such an all-encompassing reflector handbook in print, and no currently available title offers coverage of such recent research developments. The Handbook consists of three volumes. Volume I provides a unique combination of theoretical underpinnings with design considerations and techniques. The need for knowledge in reflector antennas has grown steadily over the last two decades due to increased use in space and ground applications, as well as their high gain and wide bandwidth capabilities at relatively low cost. This volume brings you to the leading edge of developments in the field related to numerical techniques, classical reflector geometries, adaptive reflector antennas, shaped reflectors, bifocal and bicollimated dual reflectors, advanced reflectors, and reflect arrays. A must-have reference for both practicing engineers as well as academic researchers.
Introduction -Introduction. Reflector Antenna Basics. Feed Sources for Reflector Antennas. Analysis of Reflector Antennas. Advanced Reflector Antenna Configurations. Important Fundamental Parameters. Organization of the Book.; Numerical Techniques for Reflectors -Introduction. Reflector Geometry Using a Surface of Revolution. Geometric Optics. Feed Modeling. Reflector Analysis Methods. Reflector Size Limitation. Struts. Dual Reflector. Dual Grid Reflector. Reflector Coupling. ; Classical Reflector Antennas: Design Guidelines and Performance Characteristics -Introduction. General Conic-Section-Generated Reflectors. Parabolic Reflectors. Folded-Optics Reflectors. Other Classical Reflectors.; Reflector Antennas with Adaptive Apertures.Introduction. Theory and Overview. Reflector Antenna Performance with Individual TE11, TM01, and TE21 Modes of a Circular Waveguide Feed. Reflector Antenna Performance with Dual Mode Feed Horns. Symmetric Reflector with a Tri-Mode Circular Waveguide Feed. Multiple Phase Center Offset Reflectors with TM11 TM21 Microstrip Patch Feeds.; Reflector Shaping -Introduction. Reflector Shaping Considerations. Reflector Shaping Techniques. Frequency Re-Use. Reflector Shaping Using Synthesis Techniques. Shaping Limitations and Manufacturing Aspects. Bifocal and Bicollimated Dual Reflector Antennas -Introduction. Bifocal Dual Reflector Antennas. Multifocal Dual Reflector Antennas. Bicollimated Dual Reflector Antenna. Bifocal and Bicollimated Dual Reflector Antenna Applications. Appendices.; Advanced Reflector Antennas -Introduction. Confocal Antenna System. Side-Fed and Front-Fed Offset Cassegrain Antenna Systems. Nonfocused Reflector Antennas. Reconfigurable Reflector Antennas. ADE Reflector Antennas.; Reflectarray Antennas -Introduction. General Design Guidelines. Aperture Efficiency of Reflectarray and Comparison with Conventional Parabolic Reflector. Contribution of Scattering from Constituent Components of a Reflectarray to Its Near-Field and Far-Field Operation. Different Types of Reflectarray Cell Elements. Different Types of Reflectarray Antennas. ;
  • Sudhakar Rao Sudhakar Rao is a Technical Fellow at Northrop Grumman Aerospace Systems. He earned his Ph.D. in electrical engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology, Madras.
  • Lotfollah Shafai Lotfollah Shafai is the Canada Research Chair in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at the University of Manitoba. He earned his Ph. D. in electrical engineering from the University of Toronto.
  • Satish K. Sharma Satish K. Sharma is an associate professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the San Diego State University. He earned his Ph. D. in electronics engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology (BHU), Varanasi.
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