Direct Radiating Arrays for Satellite Communications via Aperiodic Tilings

@inproceedings{Morabito2009DirectRA,
  title={Direct Radiating Arrays for Satellite Communications via Aperiodic Tilings},
  author={A. F. Morabito and Tommaso Isernia and Maria Grazia Labate and Michele d’Urso and O. M. Bucci},
  year={2009}
}
This paper presents an innovative Direct Radiating Array (DRA) architecture exploiting aperiodic tilings of the plane. In particular, a pinwheel tiling has been selected in order to fix positions of the different radiating sources, which are constituted by properly shaped elements. Such a choice allows to achieve a good aperture efficiency and very low pseudo-grating lobes while using only two different kinds of radiating elements. Preliminary results are shown and discussed with reference to… CONTINUE READING
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