Antennas for distributed nanosatellite networks

@article{Mizuno2005AntennasFD,
  title={Antennas for distributed nanosatellite networks},
  author={T. J. Mizuno and J. D. Roque and B. T. Murakami and L. K. Yoneshige and G. S. Shiroma and R. Miyamoto and W. A. Shiroma},
  journal={IEEE/ACES International Conference on Wireless Communications and Applied Computational Electromagnetics, 2005.},
  year={2005},
  pages={606-609}
}
Distributed nanosatellite networks have the advantage of being reconfigurable, redundant, and readily deployable. Two types of antennas designed for this application are presented: a flexible UHF antenna for Earth-to-satellite communications, and an X-band retrodirective array for secure satellite-to-satellite crosslink communications. 

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