Accession Number : AD0641710
Title : STUDY OF ADAPTIVE ANTENNA TECHNIQUES FOR MILLIMETER WAVE APPLICATIONS.
Descriptive Note : Final rept., 15 Apr 65-15 Jul 66,
Corporate Author : ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY CORP TIMONIUM MD
Personal Author(s) : Cotton,J. M.
Report Date : 15 AUG 1966
Pagination or Media Count : 142
Abstract : The study program was concerned with adaptive antenna techniques which could be utilized in the 35 - 100 GHz frequency range. Included are a survey of combining methods in general; discussion of the atmospheric limitations at millimeter wavelengths including an analysis of atmospheric dispersion; a discussion of the techniques peculiar to millimeter wavelengths; and a recommended state of the art combining system using available components. Also included are recommendations for laboratory feasibility models, a millimeter wave interferometer system for atmospheric measurements and suggested development programs for components which would improve the potential and operating characteristics of the system. Throughout the study, emphasis was placed on very broad (i.e., 1 GHz or greater) bandwidth capabilities. (Author)
Descriptors : (*ANTENNAS, MILLIMETER WAVES), EXTREMELY HIGH FREQUENCY, TROPOSPHERE, SCATTERING, ANTENNA APERTURES, ADAPTIVE SYSTEMS, ATTENUATION, PHASE SHIFT CIRCUITS, ANTENNA ARRAYS
Subject Categories : Electrical and Electronic Equipment
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE