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Characteristics of an Inverted Shorted Annular-Ring-Reduced Surface-Wave Antenna

Characteristics of an Inverted Shorted Annular-Ring-Reduced Surface-Wave Antenna,10.1109/LAWP.2008.921321,IEEE Antennas and Wireless Propagation Lette

Characteristics of an Inverted Shorted Annular-Ring-Reduced Surface-Wave Antenna   (Citations: 1)
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The electrical characteristics of an inverted shorted annular-ring-reduced surface-wave (RSW) antenna are presented in this letter. This microstrip antenna is designed for RSW excitation and lateral radiation and, hence, the characteristic patterns are relatively smooth in the forward region and demonstrate significantly reduced backscattered radiation, relative to a conventional microstrip patch. Results from a theoretical analysis of the antenna will be presented, along with confirming experimental results. These results include a radiation, input impedance, efficiency, bandwidth, directivity, and gain characterization of the antenna.
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    • ...While the benefits of the larger patch for single-band CP applications are discussed in [9], the benefits of the ISAR patch geometry for dual-band CP operation are discussed in the following section...
    • ...A complete electric characterization of the ISAR-RSW antenna is presented in [9] (theoretical and measured results include the input impedance characterization of the antenna)...
    • ...More quantitatively, the gains for the conventional, SAR, and ISAR design are approximately 6, 9, and 8 dB, respectively [9]...
    • ...Using a similar analysis [9], [11], the inner and outer radius of an ISAR antenna resonant at 1.227 MHz were calculated as 7.16 cm and 11.15 cm, respectively...
    • ...The identification of the modes is determined from the cavity-mode analysis presented in [9]...

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