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Design and Simulation of a Concentrated Luneberg Antenna

Authors: Z. Briqech, M. Abousetta

Abstract:

Luneberg lens is a new generation of antennas that is developed in the last few years and inserts itself strongly in Microwaves, Communications and Telescopes area. The idea of this research is to improve the radiation pattern by decreasing the side lobes and increasing the main lobe. The new design is proposed to work in the X-band. The simulated result and analysis are presented.

Keywords: Communications, Microwaves, lens Antenna, Lunberg Lens Antenna.

Digital Object Identifier (DOI): doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.1330235

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