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Munson Robert E: Microstrip antenna structures and arrays. Ball Brothers Research Corporation, Haynes James D, November 18, 1975: US3921177 (67 worldwide citation)

A microstrip antenna structure formed from a unitary conducting surface separated from a ground plane by a dielectric film where the r.f. radiator and feedlines form a generally planar arrangement of unitary integrally formed electrical conductors. The r.f. radiators are fed from an outside edge to ...


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Edwin M Turner: Dielectric sheet mounted dipole antenna with reactive loading. Ball Brothers Research Corporation, James D Haynes, July 26, 1977: US04038662 (63 worldwide citation)

A broadband antenna in the form of a multiple element interlaced dipole array is mounted on a thin elongated strip of dielectric material which is mechanically flexible, light weight and electrically small. Each dipole has a first tapered radiator section with an inductive loading section electrical ...


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Krutsinger Jack K, Bullai Carl N, Munson Robert E: Dual slot antenna device. Ball Brothers Research Corporation, Alberding Gilbert E, May 7, 1974: US3810183 (60 worldwide citation)

A dual slot antenna assembly is disclosed herein and generally includes a pair of concentrically positioned and radially spaced cylindrical conductors defining a pair of circumferential slots which are longitudinally spaced one-half wavelength apart at the anticipated operating frequency of the ante ...


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Gary G Sanford: Microstrip antenna structure. Ball Brothers Research Corporation, James D Haynes, February 10, 1976: US03938161 (46 worldwide citation)

A microstrip antenna structure is provided wherein a plurality of relatively narrow elements, resonant in their longer dimensions, are organized into two staggered or offset sets of interleaved elements with each set being fed from opposite sides of the structure through a corporate microstrip feed ...


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Jack A Bamberg, Hans R Bucher, John G Bultena: Active sensor automatic range sweep technique. Ball Brothers Research Corporation, James D Haynes, March 30, 1976: US03947119 (45 worldwide citation)

A plurality of range increments are sequentially pulse-illuminated and energy reflected therefrom is received by a gated light amplifier. Timing circuitry sequentially varies the range viewed, by adjusting the time between illumination and gating on of the light amplifier to achieve enhancement, sup ...


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Bamberg Jack A, Bucher Hans R, Bultena John G: Active-gated television automatic range sweep technique. Ball Brothers Research Corporation, Haynes James D, August 12, 1975: US3899250 (42 worldwide citation)

Timing circuitry is used to pulse a light source and enable reception of the reflected energy such that light pulses directed over a predetermined varying range are emitted and received no more than once per scan line to provide a television image of a wide depth of range repetitively during each te ...


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Lawrence R Murphy, Gary G Sanford: Wide beam microstrip radiator. Ball Brothers Research Corporation, Cushman Darby & Cushman, September 27, 1977: US04051477 (40 worldwide citation)

A radio frequency antenna structure is disclosed wherein a raised pedestal portion of the ground plane surface is provided and above which pedestal portion a microstrip radiator is disposed. The microstrip radiator is thus disposed on a pedestal at a predetermined distance above the base ground plan ...


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Munson Robert E: Electrically scanned microstrip antenna. Ball Brothers Research Corporation, May 14, 1974: US3811128 (40 worldwide citation)

A microstrip antenna including a dielectric layer loaded with a ferrite material disposed between a ground plane and a generally planar or single layer arrangement of electrical conductors constituing both r.f. radiators and r.f. feedlines. Either or both of the r.f. radiators and feedlines include ...


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Robert E Munson, Harold T Buscher: Dual frequency microstrip antenna structure. Ball Brothers Research Corporation, James D Haynes, July 20, 1976: US03971032 (35 worldwide citation)

A conformal microstrip antenna structure formed by a plurality of separated spaced-apart electrically conducting elements on a dielectric substrate overlying a ground plane. The innermost edges of the separated conducting elements define two sets of two intersecting radiators which are fed by micros ...


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Mark H Alspaugh, Lawrence R Murphy: Feed network scanning antenna employing rotating directional coupler. Ball Brothers Research Corporation, Cushman Darby & Cushman, December 23, 1980: US04241352 (32 worldwide citation)

A method and system for beam steering of a spatially fixed microwave antenna array. The phase of radiating elements and hence the beam position is established by the relative positions of a microwave disc or scan network having concentric microstrip paths thereon and a mechanically driven rotating d ...