A series-fed, circularly polarized array of annular sector radiating-line elements that operates over a ground plane and has a low profile is presented. Pattern shaping can be achieved through control of the fraction of the incident power that is radiated by each element. This can be accomplished over a wide range by a simple adjustment in the geometry of each element. A synthesis technique is given, and experimental results are presented. The array is demonstrated to have a high return loss (good impedance match) and a low axial ratio
J. L. Drewniak and P. E. Mayes, "The Synthesis of Patterns using a Series-Fed Array of Annular Sector Radiating Line (ANSERLIN) Elements: Low-Profile, Circularly Polarized Radiators," IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation, vol. 39, no. 2, pp. 184-189, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), Feb 1991.
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Electrical and Computer Engineering
Keywords and Phrases
2.2 GHz; ANSERLIN; Annular Sector Radiating-Line Elements; Antenna Array; Antenna Radiation Patterns; Circularly Polarized Array; Low Profile; Microwave Antenna Arrays; Pattern Shaping; Pattern Synthesis; Series-Fed Array; Microstrip Antenna Arrays; Polarization; Impedance; Linear Antenna Arrays; Feeds; Geometry; Bandwidth; Microstrip Antennas; Antenna Arrays; Power Transmission Lines
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01 Feb 1991