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Industry News / Antennas

A Low Cost Pencil-beam Microstrip Antenna at 76.5 GHz

This article describes the design of a 76.5 GHz microstrip antenna using a simple waveguide distributor. This type of antenna permits any complicated radiation pattern to be obtained. It can be used as part of the transmit/receive module for a compact ...

January 1, 2003
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The design of a millimeter-wave antenna with a pencil-beam pattern is complicated when using a slotted waveguide and results in unacceptable dissipating losses, as high as 8 to 10 dB for a microstrip (RT duroid or Cu/PTFE substrate) distributor. This is why most submillimeter-wave antenna designers avoid traditional VHF...
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