Technical Program

522: Antenna Theory and Measurements

Session Type: Oral
Time: Friday, July 11, 13:20 - 17:00
Location: L3
Session Chairs: Steven Weiss, Army Research Laboratory and Chien-Hao Liu, University of Wisconsin–Madison
 
522.1: EVALUATING THE PERFORMANCE OF THE FT. HUACHUCA COMPACT RANGE
         Michael Francis; National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), United States
         Ronald Wittmann; National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), United States
 
522.2: A DIPOLE IN THE PRESENCE OF THE EARTH´S SURFACE: ANALYTIC SOLUTIONS AND REALIZATION WITH HFSS
         James Conroy; ENSCO, Inc., United States
         Dane Thompson; ANSYS, Inc., United States
 
522.3: NON-FOSTER TECHNIQUES FOR DESIGNING BROADBAND ELECTRICALLY-SMALL ANTENNAS AND BIOMIMETIC ANTENNA ARRAYS
         Amir Reza Masoumi; University of Wisconsin-Madison, United States
         Nader Behdad; University of Wisconsin-Madison, United States
 
522.4: THE DISTRIBUTION OF SUPPORT FOR THE RADIATION OF SPHERICAL MODES ON THE SURFACE OF SMALL ANTENNAS
         Ted Simpson; University of South Carolina, United States
 
522.5: HIGHLY MINIATURIZED LOW-VHF FOLDED DIPOLE ANTENNA FOR COMPACT, MOBILE COMMUNICATION APPLICATIONS
         Jihun Choi; University of Michigan, United States
         Kamal Sarabandi; University of Michigan, United States
 
522.6: DUAL-POLARIZED RADIATING ELEMENT FOR ATMOSPHERIC 2-D ELECTRONICALLY SCANNED ACTIVE PHASED-ARRAY RADARS
         Jorge L. Salazar-Cerreno; National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR), United States
         Eric Loew; National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR), United States
 
522.7: SPARSE CRUCIFORM REFLECTOR WITH PHASED ARRAY FEED
         Joshua Wilson; IEEE, United States
         Eric Moore; IEEE, United States
         Stephen Hartzell; IEEE, United States
         Ronald Marhefka; IEEE, United States
         Andrew Terzuoli; IEEE, United States
 
522.8: BANDWIDTH ENHANCEMENT OF A SMALL COMPOSITE ANTENNA WITH PARASITIC ELEMENTS
         Hatim Bukhari; University of Michigan, United States
         Kamal Sarabandi; University of Michigan, United States
 
522.9: MEASUREMENT OF RESONANT ANTENNAS STRUCTURES FORMED WITH CANONICAL SPHERICAL CONTOURS RESIDING OVER CONDUCTING SPHERES AND HEMISPHERES
         Steven Weiss; Army Research Laboratory, United States
         Gregory Mitchell; Army Research Laboratory, United States
 
522.10: HIGHLY INTEGRATED S-BAND ANTENNA ARRAY
         Marcello Ascione; Selex ES, Italy
         Aniello Buonanno; Selex ES, Italy
         Michele D'Urso; Selex ES, Italy
         Maurizio Felaco; Selex ES, Italy
         Ettore Flavio Meliadò; Selex ES, Italy