Technical Program

406: Antenna Theory, Design, and Measurements I

Session Type: Oral
Time: Thursday, July 11, 08:00 - 11:30
Location: Iris/Hibiscus
Session Chairs: Amir Boag, Tel Aviv University and Amir Zaghloul, U.S. Army Research Laboratory and Virginia Tech
 
406.1: EVALUATION OF A COMPRESSED HYPERHEMISPHERICAL LENS AS A FOCAL PLANE FEED FOR KA SATELLITE APPLICATIONS
         Catarina C. Cruz; Instituto de Telecomunicacoes, IST-UTL, Portugal
         Sergio A. Matos; Instituto de Telecomunicacoes, IST-UTL, Portugal
         Eduardo B. Lima; Instituto de Telecomunicacoes, IST-UTL, Portugal
         Jorge R. Costa; Instituto de Telecomunicacoes, IST-UTL, Portugal
         Carlos A. Fernandes; Instituto de Telecomunicacoes, IST-UTL, Portugal
 
406.2: EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION OF THE BEAM-SCANNING CAPABILITIES OF A STUB-LOADED HALF-WIDTH MICROSTRIP LEAKY-WAVE ANTENNA
         Korede Akinlabi-Oladimeji; Michigan State University, United States
         Junyan Tang; Michigan State University, United States
         Edward J. Rothwell; Michigan State University, United States
         Benjamin Crowgey; Michigan State University, United States
         Raoul Ouedraogo; Michigan State University, United States
 
406.3: HIGH-GAIN PLANAR HORN ANTENNA WORKING AT 60 AND 77GHZ.
         Unai Beaskoetxea; Public University of Navarre, Spain
         Miguel Beruete; Public University of Navarre, Spain
         Francisco Falcone Lanas; Public University of Navarre, Spain
         Mario Sorolla; Public University of Navarre, Spain
 
406.4: LEVEL-SET BASED TOPOLOGY OPTIMIZATION OF MM-WAVE LARGE APERTURE LENS DESIGNS
         Huseyin Yigit; Sabanci University, Turkey
         Gullu Kiziltas; Sabanci University, Turkey
 
406.5: SPHERICAL MEANDER DIPOLE WITH OPTIMUM FILLING CONFIGURATION
         Amir Zaghloul; U.S. Army Research Laboratory, United States
         W. O'Keefe Coburn; U.S. Army Research Laboratory, United States
         Louis Jenkins; U.S. Army Research Laboratory, United States
 
406.6: FAST SOURCE IMAGING USING A MULTILEVEL NON-UNIFORM GRID ALGORITHM IN OBLATE SPHEROIDAL COORDINATES
         Alexander Gergel; Tel Aviv University, Israel
         Amir Boag; Tel Aviv University, Israel
 
406.7: AN OPTICALLY TRANSPARENT TWO-ELEMENT WIDEBAND ARRAY ANTENNA WITH UNIDIRECTIONAL AND TILTED BEAM FOR GROUND VEHICLES
         Mani Kashanianfard; University of Michigan, United States
         Kamal Sarabandi; University of Michigan, United States
 
406.8: A COMPARISON OF MEASURED AND COMPUTED DATA FOR PHOTOCONDUCTIVE ANTENNAS
         John C. Young; University of Kentucky, United States
         Darren Boyd; University of Kentucky, United States
         Stephen D. Gedney; University of Kentucky, United States
         Jinjun Liu; University of Louisville, United States
         Takehito Suzuki; Ibaraki University, Japan
 
406.9: DIRECTED ROUNDED-EDGE BOW-TIE ANTENNA FOR DIRECTION FINDING AT ULTRA HIGH FREQUENCIES
         Mehmet Ozturk; TUBITAK-BILGEM, Turkey
         Murat Kebeli; TUBITAK-BILGEM, Turkey