10-15 July 2022 • Denver, Colorado, USA

IEEE AP-S/URSI 2022

10-15 July 2022 • Denver, Colorado, USA

TU-A1.2A.9
Virtual Presentation

Bandwidth Enhancement of a Metal-Only Reflectarray Based on the Phoenix Cell

Zhihang An, María García Vigueras, Raphaël Gillard, Institute of Electronics and Telecommunications of Rennes, France; Tony Makdissy, TICKET Research Laboratory, Lebanon; Sébastien Vaudreuil, Centre Euromed de Recherche, Morocco

Session:
Reflector and Reflectarray Antennas III: Synthesis and Modelling

Track:
AP-S: Antennas

Location:
Mineral Hall A (HR)

Presentation Time:
Tue, 12 Jul, 11:00 - 11:20 Denver Time (UTC -7)

Session Co-Chairs:
James Breakall, Pennsylvania State University and Raj Mittra, University of Central Florida
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Session TU-A1.2A
TU-A1.2A.1: Advanced Antenna Modelling Tool for Performance Verification and Diagnosis
Niels Vesterdal, Oscar Borries, Erik Jørgensen, Sabine Fie Hansen, Anders Eltved, Asger Limkilde, Peter Nørtoft, TICRA, Denmark; Nelson J. G. Fonseca, ESA/ESTEC, Netherlands
TU-A1.2A.2: RF Modeling and Measurements of a Ka-band Reflectarray for SAR Applications
Niels Vesterdal, Min Zhou, Michael Palvig, Stig Sørensen, Jakob de Lasson, TICRA, Denmark; David Alvarez, Airbus Defence and Space, Spain; Giovanni Toso, European Space Agency, Netherlands
TU-A1.2A.3: Shaped-Beam Pattern Synthesis using Flat Lens Based on the Generalized Law of Refraction
Saba Aslam, Muhammad Umar Khan, National University of Sciences and Technology, Pakistan; Raj Mittra, University of Central Florida, United States
TU-A1.2A.4: Pattern Control for Reflector Antennas Using Electronically-Reconfigurable Rim Scattering
R.M. Buehrer, Steven Ellingson, Virginia Tech, United States
TU-A1.2A.5: Influence of shaping on the electrical performance of multiple structure errors of petal antenna
Qunbiao Wang, Peng Li, Naigang Hu, Wanye Xu, Xidian University, China
TU-A1.2A.6: Dual Circularly Polarized All-Metal Orbital Angular Momentum Beam Reflectarray Antenna
Zubair Ahmed, Awab Muhammad, Mojeeb Bin Ihsan, National University of Sciences and Technology (NUST), Pakistan; Shafaq Kausar, Boise State University, United States
TU-A1.2A.7: Alternative Ways to Feed the Arecibo Observatory Spherical Reflector
Mohamed Alkhatib, James Breakall, Pennsylvania State University, United States; Omar Alzaabi, Khalifa University, United Arab Emirates
TU-A1.2A.8: Radiation from aperiodic reflectarrays using optimized NUFFTs
Amedeo Capozzoli, Claudio Curcio, Angelo Liseno, Università di Napoli Federico II, Italy
TU-A1.2A.9: Bandwidth Enhancement of a Metal-Only Reflectarray Based on the Phoenix Cell
Zhihang An, María García Vigueras, Raphaël Gillard, Institute of Electronics and Telecommunications of Rennes, France; Tony Makdissy, TICKET Research Laboratory, Lebanon; Sébastien Vaudreuil, Centre Euromed de Recherche, Morocco
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