Phased Array Technologies [Scanning the Issue]

@article{Epstein2016PhasedAT,
  title={Phased Array Technologies [Scanning the Issue]},
  author={Benjamin R. Epstein and Roy H. Olsson and R. Rotman},
  journal={Proc. IEEE},
  year={2016},
  volume={104},
  pages={482-486}
}
The articles in this special issue focus on the topic of phased array technologies. These papers provide readers with a look into the future of phased arrays by broadly describing emerging core technologies as well as potential new applications covering a diverse range of disciplines. 
A Method for Radiation Pattern Reconstruction of Phased-Array Antenna
TLDR
This letter proposes an approach for reconstructing the radiation pattern of a phased-array antenna by application of the minimum norm least-square solution that has low reconstruction error for the copolar and cross-polar patterns while being valid for a large scanning range. Expand
An Ultra-Compact and Reconfigurable X-band GaN-based Control MMIC for 5G Phased Array Transceivers
This thesis proposes an ultra-compact and reconfigurable X-band control MMIC, consisting of a SPDT switch, a 5-bit digital phase shifter and a 5-bit digital attenuator, for 5G phased arrayExpand

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