Rebeiz, Gabriel M. and Guo, Yong and Stimson, P. A. and Rutledge, David B. and Kasilingan, Dayalan P. (1988) Two‐dimensional horn imaging arrays (abstract). Review of Scientific Instruments, 59 (8). p. 1592. ISSN 0034-6748 http://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:20120621-104445262
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A two‐dimensional horn imaging array has been demonstrated at 242 and 93 GHz. In this configuration, a dipole is suspended in a pyramidal horn, fabricated by an anisotropic chemical etch technique, on a 1‐μm silicon‐oxynitride membrane. This approach leaves room for low‐frequency lines and processing electronics. Pattern measurements on a 1.45‐λ imaging array agree well with theory, show no sidelobes, and a 3‐dB beamwidth of 35° and 46° for the E and H planes, respectively. Application areas include a superconducting tunnel‐junction receiver for radio astronomy and imaging arrays for real‐time electron density mapping in fusion plasmas.
|Additional Information:||© 1988 American Institute of Physics. Presented on 14 March 1988. Support for this project was provided by DOE contract DE-FG03-86-ER-53225 (subcontracted from U.C.L.A.).|
|Official Citation:||Two-dimensional horn imaging arrays (abstract) Gabriel M. Rebeiz, Yong Guo, P. A. Stimson, David B. Rutledge, and Dayalan P. Kasilingan, Rev. Sci. Instrum. 59, 1592 (1988), DOI:10.1063/1.1140156|
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