16 March 2001 Design of smart multibeam millimeter-wave antennas
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Multi-beam approaches using beam-forming antenna array architectures have been identified as one solution for overcoming the limited fields-of-view provided by highly directional mm-wave sensors. Rotman lenses offer a compact, rugged and reliable alternative to electronically scanned antenna technologies but architectures that operate at frequencies > 20 GHz perform poorly at higher frequencies on account of greater losses and dispersion. This paper outlines the design process for providing Rotman-based lenses, examining various levels of simulation that are needed for designs that function at K and W-band frequencies. The impact of using mictrostrip structures is demonstrated.
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Leonard T. Hall, Leonard T. Hall, Hedley J. Hansen, Hedley J. Hansen, Derek Abbott, Derek Abbott, } "Design of smart multibeam millimeter-wave antennas", Proc. SPIE 4236, Smart Electronics and MEMS II, (16 March 2001); doi: 10.1117/12.418757; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.418757


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