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dc.contributor.authorBhooshan, S-
dc.contributor.authorArora, R-
dc.identifier.citationAntennas and Propagation Society International Symposium, 14, 158 - 163en
dc.description.abstractFrequency-scanned antenna arrays usually employ a sinuous feed to obtain a high frequency sensitivity [1], [2]. It has been realized [1] that this effect can alternatively be produced by using a slow-wave feed, such as a helix, in place of the more commonly employed TEM-line or waveguide feed. Such a feed system can be made quite compact and lightweight as compared to the latter types of feed. In this paper, a structure consisting of a coaxial line with a corrugated inner conductor is examined as an array feed. The radiating elements are transversely out half-wavelength slots on the outer conductor and constitute a uniformly spaced linear array. The absorber at the end of the feed ensures that the array is excited in the traveling-wave mode.en
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dc.subjectsinuous feeden
dc.subjectslow-wave feeden
dc.subjectcoaxial lineen
dc.subjectcorrugated inneren
dc.subjecthalf-wavelength slotsen
dc.subjectfeed ensuresen
dc.titleA frequency-scanned slot-array on a coaxial slow-wave structureen
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