Search Engine www.edaboard.com

Shaped Reflector

Add Question

6 Threads found on edaboard.com: Shaped Reflector
Hello I working on the attached paper and i want to know to the reason behind the enhanced bandwidth. What happened to it using the L shaped ground plane that helped to have wide band characteristic. with best regards. Vishal
In terms of operation concepts : this looks like a cassegrain reflector to me. The metal plate is the "shaped sub-reflector" and dielectric is the "region of air" between the subreflector and feed horn.
As e-books are abandoned here, please check the following request of mine at "EDA E-Book, Articles & Specification Requests" Forum: other detailed documents other than the requested book on shaped reflector design is also welcomed! Best wishes, Eastern
hi, i'm designing a cassegrain reflector antenna , initially i like to design the feed horn and the shaped subreflector in HFSS, but i don't know how to build the shaped reflector which is not exactly a hyperboliod but is a special shape defined by an equation. so if anybody know the procedure to make (...)
hi, i'm designing a cassegrain reflector antenna , initially i like to design the feed horn and the shaped subreflector in HFSS, but i don't know how to build the shaped reflector which is not exactly a hypeboliod but is a special shape defined by a equation. so if anybody know the procedure to make it , (...)
Does anyone know a free software to make shaped reflector analysis ?