Investigations on frequency beam scanning microstrip (bsms) antenna structures

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2009
Dündar, Burhan
Beam scanning Microstrip (BSMS) antenna is designed to work at center frequency of 10 GHz for using in the scanning applications of 9 GHz to 11 GHz band. The design parameters are defined and by using an Electromagnetic Simulation software program, the parameters are optimized. A Beam Scanning Microstrip Antenna is produced as a prototype and the measurement’s results are compared with theoretical results. In conclusion, the values of deviation between theoretical and experimental results are discussed.

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B. Dündar, “Investigations on frequency beam scanning microstrip (bsms) antenna structures,” M.S. - Master of Science, Middle East Technical University, 2009.