Shaped coverage of elongated cells at millimetrewaves using a dielectric lens antennas

@article{Fernandese1995ShapedCO,
  title={Shaped coverage of elongated cells at millimetrewaves using a dielectric lens antennas},
  author={Carlos A Fernandese and Paulo O. Frances and Afonso M. Barbosa},
  journal={1995 25th European Microwave Conference},
  year={1995},
  volume={1},
  pages={66-70}
}
A reasonably uniform coverage with significant ground reflection discrimination can be obtained at 60 GHz over an elongated cell like a section of a street a few hundred meters long, or like a long indoor corridor by using a conveniently designed dielectric lens antenna. The lens is fed directly by the waveguide open-end, and its 3D surface is shaped so that the antenna gain ideally compensates the free space attenuation at each direction wihin the cell limits, and falls-off outside this region… CONTINUE READING

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