Tong, Peter T. and Neikirk, Dean P. and Young, Peter E. and Peebles, W. A. and Luhmann, Neville C., Jr. and Rutledge, David B. (1984) Imaging Polarimeter Arrays for Near-Millimeter Waves. IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques, 32 (5). pp. 507-512. ISSN 0018-9480 http://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:TONieeetmtt84
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An integrated-circuit antenna array has been developed that images both polarization and intensity. The array consists of a row of antennas that lean alternately left and right, creating two interlaced sub-arrays that respond to different polarizations. The arrays and the bismuth bolometer detectors are made by a photoresist shadowing technique that requires only one photolithographic mask. The array has measured polarization at a wavelength of 800 µm with an absolute accuracy of 0.8° and a relative precision of 7 arc min. and has demonstrated nearly diffraction-Iimited resolutiort of a 20° step in polarization.
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