Multibeam arrays on the basis of Rotman lenses
Keywords:multibeam array, Rotman lens
AbstractThe paper gives a re-view of modern feed circuits multibeam antennas based on Rotman lens. The main attention has been concentrated to possibilities of microstripe lens.
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