Technical Program

328: Beamsteerable Reflectarray and Reflectarrays working at mmW, THz, or Infrared

Session Type: Oral
Time: Wednesday, July 9, 13:20 - 17:00
Location: L3
Session Chair: Xun Gong, University of Central Florida
 
328.1: INFRARED POLARIZING REFLECTARRAY METASURFACES
         Mehdi Veysi; University of California, Irvine, United States
         Caner Guclu; University of California, Irvine, United States
         Ozdal Boyraz; University of California, Irvine, United States
         Filippo Capolino; University of California, Irvine, United States
 
328.2: DESIGN AND COMPARISON OF FOUR DIFFERENT REFLECTARRAY ANTENNAS TOWARDS THZ APPLICATIONS
         Ruyuan Deng; Tsinghua University, China
         Fan Yang; Tsinghua University, China
         Shenheng Xu; Tsinghua University, China
 
CANCELED 328.3: CASSEGRAIN TYPE REFLECTARRAY ANTENNA BASED ON METALLIC-RECTANGULAR-GROOVES FOR MILLIMETER-WAVE GBPS POINT-TO-POINT SYSTEM
         Woo-Jin Byun; Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute (ETRI), Republic of Korea
         Kwang-Seon Kim; Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute (ETRI), Republic of Korea
         Bong-Su Kim; Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute (ETRI), Republic of Korea
         Min-Soo Kang; Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute (ETRI), Republic of Korea
         Yong-Heui Cho; Mok-Won University, Republic of Korea
 
328.4: A MODIFIED PARABOLIC-CYLINDRICAL REFLECTARRAY ANTENNA FOR WIDE BEAM SCANNING CAPABLILITY
         Fang Guo; Tsinghua University, China
         Yilin Mao; The University of Mississippi, China
         Shenheng Xu; Tsinghua University, China
         Fan Yang; Tsinghua University, China
         Atef Elsherbeni; Colorado School of Mines, United States
 
328.5: OFFSET PARABOLIC-TORUS-PHASE REFLECTARRAY ANTENNA
         Payam Nayeri; Colorado School of Mines, United States
         Fan Yang; Tsinghua University, China
         Atef Elsherbeni; Colorado School of Mines, United States
 
328.6: TUNABLE RING-LOADED PATCH ELEMENT FOR BEAM-STEERABLE REFLECTARRAY APPLICATIONS
         Michael Trampler; University Of Central Florida, United States
         Kalyan Karnati; University Of Central Florida, United States
         Xun Gong; University Of Central Florida, United States
 
328.7: ANALYSIS AND OPTIMIZATION OF THE SCANNING PERFORMANCE OF 1-BIT RECONFIGURABLE REFLECTARRAYS
         Huanhuan Yang; Tsinghua University, China
         Yilin Mao; The University of Mississippi, United States
         Shenheng Xu; Tsinghua University, China
         Fan Yang; Tsinghua University, China
         Atef Elsherbeni; Colorado School of Mines, United States
 
328.8: DEVELOPMENT OF LIQUID CRYSTAL REFLECTARRAYS UTILIZING A PASSIVE MATRIX CONTROL SCHEME
         Derek Doyle; Air Force Research Laboratory, United States
         Christopher Woehrle; The University of New Mexico, United States
         Christos Christodoulou; The University of New Mexico, United States
 
328.9: A DUAL-BAND TUNABLE REFLECTARRAY
         Junyan Tang; Michigan State University, United States
         Amin Tayebi; Michigan State University, United States
         Satish Udpa; Michigan State University, United States
         Edward Rothwell; Michigan State University, United States
         Andrew Temme; Michigan State University, United States
 
328.10: FULL REFLECTION PHASE DYNAMIC TUNING USING ACTIVE IMPEDANCE SURFACE WITH DUAL POLES AND ONE ZERO
         Bo Zhu; Nanjing University, China