A dually polarized narrow (< 0.5deg) beam antenna which provides a geosynchronous arc coverage of60degis proposed and analyzed. To track the geosynchronous arc accurately, the properly oriented antenna produces a conically scanned beam by means of a linear array of feed horns with bias cut apertures illuminating a pair of parabolic cylinder reflectors in an imaging arrangement. This design, with reduced size array and singly carved reflectors, is relatively simple to construct. Calculations for a0.35degbeamwidthKuband earth station antenna show a0.05degpointing accuracy with scan loss due to aberrations less than 1 dB and little pattern degradation throughout the scan region. For multiple beam capability, a Rotman lens is proposed and analyzed as a means of exciting the feed array. It allows communication with multiple satellites spaced as close as1deg.