Technical Program

109: Advances in Antenna Arrays

Session Type: Oral
Time: Monday, July 7, 08:00 - 12:00
Location: L5
Session Chairs: John Volakis, The Ohio State University and Jennifer Bernhard, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
 
109.1: LOW-COST PLANAR PHASED ARRAY WITH WIDE SCAN AND MULTIOCTAVE BANDWIDTH
         Johnson Wang; Wang Electro-Opto Corporation, United States
 
109.2: A CONTINUOUSLY BEAM-STEERABLE PATCH ARRAY USING VARIABLE REACTIVE REFLECTION LOAD
         Bingzhang Tsai; National Taiwan University, Taiwan
         Shih-Yuan Chen; National Taiwan University, Taiwan
 
109.3: 2D TRAVELING WAVE ARRAY EMPLOYING A TRAPEZOIDAL DIELECTRIC WEDGE FOR BEAM STEERING
         Nicholas Host; The Ohio State University, United States
         Chi-Chih Chen; The Ohio State University, United States
         John L. Volakis; The Ohio State University, United States
         Felix Miranda; NASA, United States
 
109.4: DESIGN OF AN ALL-METAL REFLECTARRAY ANTENNA FOR KU-BAND DTV APPLICATIONS
         Hsi-Tseng Chou; Yuan Ze University, Taiwan
         Ming-Hsi Wu; Yuan Ze University, Taiwan
 
109.5: FORMATION AND STEERING OF SUB-WAVELENGTH MAGNETIC-FIELD BEAMS USING NEAR-FIELD ANTENNA ARRAYS
         Alon Ludwig; University of Toronto, Canada
         Costas D. Sarris; University of Toronto, Canada
         George V. Eleftheriades; University of Toronto, Canada
 
109.6: COMPLEX POWER CALCULATIONS WITH RESPECT TO CHARACTERISTIC MODES OF PLANAR ANTENNA ARRAYS
         Aaron King; University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, United States
         Jennifer Bernhard; University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, United States
 
109.7: A Y-BAND MICROMACHINED SLOT-COUPLED CAVITY-BACKED PATCH ANTENNA ARRAY
         Armin Jam; Radiation Laboratory, United States
         Jack East; Radiation Laboratory, United States
         Kamal Sarabandi; Radiation Laboratory, United States
 
109.8: FULLY CRYOGENIC PHASED ARRAY CAMERA PROTOTYPE
         German Cortes-Medellin; Cornell University, United States
         Amit Viswash; Cornell University, United States
         Stephen Parsley; Cornell University, United States
         Donald B. Campbell; Cornell University, United States
         Phil Perilat; NAIC, Puerto Rico
         Richard Black; Brigham Young University, United States
         Jay Brady; Brigham Young University, United States
         Karl Warnick; Brigham Young University, United States
         Brian Jeffs; Brigham Young University, United States
 
109.9: A FOUR-ELEMENT ANTENNA ARRAY FOR MIMO-LTE SYSTEMS
         Eduardo Rodriguez; Universidad de los Andes, Colombia
         Roberto Bustamante; Universidad de los Andes, Colombia
         Ezdeen Elghannai; The Ohio State University, United States
         Roberto Rojas; The Ohio State University, United States
 
109.10: INVESTIGATION OF SUM-DIFFERENCE BEAM GENERATION OF A VOLUMETRIC SPHERICAL RANDOM ARRAY
         Kris Buchanan; Texas A&M University, United States
         Jeffrey Jensen; Texas A&M University, United States
         Gregory Huff; Texas A&M University, United States
 
109.11: RESEARCH INTO NOVEL ANTENNA TECHNOLOGIES AT US ARMY CERDEC WITH APPLICATION TO DIRECTIONAL NETWORKING
         Mahbub Hoque; US Army RDECOM CERDEC, United States