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Leon Susman: Inhomogeneous dielectric dome antenna. Sperry Corporation, Howard P Terry, Seymour Levine, June 1, 1982: US04333082 (127 worldwide citation)

A dome antenna including a dome of solid dielectric material and scannable feed array positioned in the base plane thereof. The dielectric material of the dome constructed to provide a dielectric constant that varies with the perpendicular distance from the base plane. Rays emanating from the base p ...


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Brown Alison K, Brown Peter K, Matini Amir H, Norgard John D: Phased array antenna system. Navsys, March 21, 2001: EP1085599-A2 (121 worldwide citation)

A miniature phased array antenna system is described which employs a substrate having a high dielectric constant. A plurality of antenna elements is located on a surface of the substrate, and a superstrate having a high dielectric constant covers the antenna elements. The dielectric constant, thickn ...


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Nils Pohl: Dielectric antenna with an electromagnetic feed element and with an ellipsoidal lens made of a dielectric material. KROHNE Messtechnik & Co KG, Roberts Mlotkowski Safran & Cole P C, David S Safran, December 23, 2014: US08917215 (120 worldwide citation)

A dielectric antenna with an electromagnetic feed element (2) and with a lens (3) made of a dielectric material, the feed element (2) emitting electromagnetic radiation (4) and the lens (3) being supplied with electromagnetic radiation (4) in the feed region (5), the lens (3) relaying the electromag ...


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Tomohiro Nagai: Dielectric lens, dielectric lens device, design method of dielectric lens, manufacturing method and transceiving equipment of dielectric lens. Murata Manufacturing, Dickstein Shapiro, April 8, 2008: US07355560 (120 worldwide citation)

A design process first determines a desired aperture distribution, then converts the electric power conservation law, Snell's law on the rear face side of a dielectric lens, and the formula representing light-path-length constraint, into simultaneous equations, and computes the shapes of the surface ...


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Sugiura Toshihiro, Takeda Seiso, Takahashi Junichi: Antenna system for emc test, test signal generation apparatus and transmission apparatus. Maspro Denkoh, June 22, 2006: JP2006-166399 (116 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To properly irradiate an object to be tested with electric waves for test, without increasing costs, in a transmission apparatus used for an EMC test (in particular for an immunity test).SOLUTION: The transmission apparatus comprises a horn antenna 20 and a dielectric lens 30 f ...


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Ohira Akinari, Nakajima Tatsuo: Dielectric resin lens antenna. NTN, September 9, 2004: JP2004-253853 (114 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a high-performance dielectric resin lens antenna capable of realizing reduction in size, thickness and weight, and low cost, and having high sensitivity and no phase shift.SOLUTION: The dielectric resin lens antenna has a lens 1 of a dielectric resin composite materi ...


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Akio Kuramoto, Kosuke Tanabe: Lens antenna having an improved dielectric lens for reducing disturbances caused by internally reflected waves. NEC Corporation, Foley & Lardner, September 14, 1999: US05952984 (100 worldwide citation)

A lens antenna is disclosed which comprises a conical horn and a lens attached to an aperture of the horn. The lens has a first planar surface at a first side which faces free space and a hyperboloid of revolution at a second side opposite the first side and is made of a dielectric material with rel ...


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Tsugawa Tetsuo, Sugio Yoshihiko, Suzuki Fumio: Antenna with a plurality of primary radiators. Abel Systems, October 28, 2004: JP2004-304659 (85 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To improve gain of antenna, by making the whole body compact and preventing interference of primary radiators arranged adjacently.SOLUTION: The antenna includes an electric wave convergence part 2 for converging an incident electric wave from different directions to a plurality ...


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Kauffman James F: Microwave lens antenna and method of producing. Corning Glass Works, Walter S Zebrowski et al, January 22, 1974: US3787872 (75 worldwide citation)

A microwave lens for use in the transmission of microwave energy, and a method of producing such a lens. The microwave lens of this invention transforms microwave energy passing through the lens to a desired specific phase and amplitude distribution. Both surfaces of the lens are contoured interdepe ...


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Kezuka Atsushi, Ishizaki Shoji, Kida Hiroyuki, Kazama Yasuhiro: Lens antenna. Japan Radio, September 30, 2004: JP2004-274656 (68 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a lens antenna which suppresses undesired radiation in a specific direction.SOLUTION: The lens antenna 10 relating to the present invention is equipped with a dielectric lens 14 and a horn 12 that covers a lower end face of the dielectric lens 14, and the horn 12 is ...