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Mechanically reconfigurable radiation pattern slot antenna array feeded by bended sectoral horn and metalized wood splitter

Abstract : In this paper, an antenna with reconfigurable radiation pattern in H-plane at 2.45 GHz for high power applications is presented. It is based on a 3-slot array in E-plane covered partially with two mobile metallic flaps in order to reduce their length, and in consequence, they ensure the mechanical reconfiguration pattern in H-plane. The power distribution of the array is ensured with a power splitter in E-plane, and the uniform and in phase field distribution on the slots is ensured with a sectorial horn placed before the splitter. To reduce cost and weight, the power splitter is realized with metalized wood. © 2017, Electromagnetics Academy. All rights reserved.
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Alexis Martin, V. Le Neillon, A. Jouade, Mohamed Himdi. Mechanically reconfigurable radiation pattern slot antenna array feeded by bended sectoral horn and metalized wood splitter. Progress In Electromagnetics Research, PIER C, IEEE, 2017, 72, pp.159--165. ⟨hal-01508046⟩

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