Antennas (Electronics), Klystrons, Microwave antennas
Millimeter waves, corresponding to the frequency range 30 to 300 GHz, have characteristics which make them ideal for many applications. Antennas at these frequencies have the advantage of reduced size and weight and can be fabricated as an integral part of the system they are used in. Millimeter wave microstrip antennas have been extensively researched over the past decade. The purposed of this report was to build and test 35 GHz microstrip antennas as well as put into operation a high voltage klystron power supply, Micro-Now Model 756. The antennas were fabricated and tested in the lab and the results obtained are reported. The operation of the Model 756 power supply is also outlined in detail.
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Wahid, Parveen F.
Master of Science (M.S.)
College of Engineering
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Albritton, Rachel S., "Implementation of a 35 GHz Microstrip Antenna System" (1987). Retrospective Theses and Dissertations. 4991.
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