
Accession Number : AD0757619
Title : Comparison of the Performance of a Large and a Small Delta Antenna, and a Spiral Log Periodic Antenna.
Descriptive Note : Research and development technical rept.,
Corporate Author : ARMY ELECTRONICS COMMAND FORT MONMOUTH N J
Personal Author(s) : D'Accardi,Richard J. ; Roswell,Edwin L. , III
Report Date : MAR 1973
Pagination or Media Count : 110
Abstract : NTENNA, AND A Spiral Log Periodic Antenna.Research and development technical rept.,D'Accardi,Richard J. ;Roswell,Edwin L. , III;ECOM4085DA1H662701A4481H662701A44806(*antennas, atmospheric sounding), antennas, spiral antennas, log periodic antennas, antenna radiation patterns, gain, standing wave ratios, high frequency, statistical analysis, ionosphereFullscale measurements were made of the elevationplane gain patterns of inhouse constructed fixed and transportable versions of the delta antenna. These antennas are primarily vertically looking radiators intended for use in ionospheric sounding. Measured patterns and theoretical considerations are presented along with details of the construction of both delta antennas and the transportable delta erection system. Included for comparison is the Granger Associates Model 798 Logarithmic Periodic Spiral Antenna. (Author)
Descriptors : (*ANTENNAS, ATMOSPHERIC SOUNDING), ANTENNAS, SPIRAL ANTENNAS, LOG PERIODIC ANTENNAS, ANTENNA RADIATION PATTERNS, GAIN, STANDING WAVE RATIOS, HIGH FREQUENCY, STATISTICAL ANALYSIS, IONOSPHERE
Subject Categories : Atmospheric Physics
Electrical and Electronic Equipment
Radiofrequency Wave Propagation
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE