"The problem consists of the development of the electric far field equations for a forty-five degree corner reflector antenna with a tilted dipole, of arbitrary length, centered at the corner bisector plane to produce circularly-polarized radiation. The far field expression was developed as a function of the spherical coordinate system variables and placed in Fortran language in order to determine the dipole locations which would produce circularly-polarized radiation. At such dipole locations the field patterns were plotted in the [theta] = [pi]/2 and [phi] = 0.0 planes. Computations were made by the IBM 1620 digital computer"--Abstract, page ii.
Skitek, G. G. (Gabriel G.)
Hord, William E.
Kerr, Richard H., 1907-1980
Betten, J. Robert
Electrical and Computer Engineering
M.S. in Electrical Engineering
University of Missouri at Rolla
x, 102 pages
© 1965 Ruben A. Carrizo M., All rights reserved.
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Carrizo M., Ruben A., "Circular polarization from a corner reflector antenna with tilted dipole of arbitrary length" (1965). Masters Theses. 7009.