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Electrical design of Ka-band feeder-link antennas for DRS and Artemis satellites

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3 Author(s)
Basile, A. ; Alenia Spazio SPA, Rome, Italy ; Capone, R. ; Mantica, P.G.

In the framework of the European Telecommunication Satellite Programme, Alenia Spazio is presently responsible for two studies involving the development of two telecommunication satellites: the Data Relay Satellite (DRS) and the Advanced and Technology Mission Satellite (Artemis). Both systems need a fixed Ka-band reconfigurable antenna for the feeder-link to/from a set of earth stations in Western Europe. The authors describe the electrical design and performance of both Ka-band antennas based on a shaped reflector and two feeds. Only one feed is active at a time, switched-on in orbit according to the location of the satellite. Some computed antenna radiation patterns for the two designs are shown.<>

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Antennas and Propagation Society International Symposium, 1992. AP-S. 1992 Digest. Held in Conjuction with: URSI Radio Science Meeting and Nuclear EMP Meeting., IEEE

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18-25 June 1992

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