Recent European Work on Semi-Active Antennas

  • A. G. Roederer
  • Published 1998 in 1998 28th European Microwave Conference


Active antennas, with amplifier modules at each radiating element, are generally better suited than passive ones to generate multiple beams, in particular if adjacent beams must partially overlap. Low sidelobe requirements, however, lead to unequal power levels at the different radiating elements. If identical power amplifiers are used, this leads to a… (More)


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@article{Roederer1998RecentEW, title={Recent European Work on Semi-Active Antennas}, author={A. G. Roederer}, journal={1998 28th European Microwave Conference}, year={1998}, volume={2}, pages={473-478} }