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Millimeter wave corner reflector antenna array

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5 Author(s)
A. Nesic ; IMTEL Inst., Belgrade, Serbia ; Z. Micic ; S. Jovanovic ; I. Radnovic
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In this paper we introduce new millimeter wave printed arrays with eight axially placed dipoles fed by a symphase network with the corner reflector. Three different typical beamwidths are investigated by a variation of the corner angle. Antennas are simulated and realized in the frequency range about 26 GHz which is popular for microwave communication networks. Three antennas are presented with different H-plane beamwidths (intended for azimuth) of 55deg, 110deg, and 180deg and gains of 19.3 dBi, 16.5 dBi, and 14 dBi respectively, all having E-plane beamwidth of 7deg (intended for elevation). Losses are less than 1 dB

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The European Conference on Wireless Technology, 2005.

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3-4 Oct. 2005