By Amir Mortazwi, Tatsuo Itoh, James Harvey
"Whether communications, radar, transportation, or safeguard drives your curiosity in solid-state units at microwave and millimeter-wave frequencies, this prepared reference e-book will give you an invaluable assessment of quasi-optical energy combining and lively built-in antennas. delivered to you in a single handy quantity are key reprinted papers from best specialists in microwave know-how. Their necessary views diversity from the most up-tp-date advances to historic advancements. incorporated as a different characteristic is an invited paper, never-before-published, which provides an summary of quasi-optical energy combining by means of famous authority J.W. Mink and associates. you will find different necessary highlighted themes such as:* Transmitting and receiving energetic antennas* Spatial energy combining oscillators* Spatial combining amplifiers* Beam keep an eye on* energetic built-in antennas and quasi-optical structures* research and CAD* rising technologies-two dimensional quasi-optics"Sponsored by:IEEE Microwave conception and strategies Society.
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12, p . 1701-1705, December 1988). The planar oscillator using a periodic leaky wave antenna can be used as a transceiver. This can be attained by slight modifications of the single and coupled oscillators described above . In such cases, the FETs perform a dual function, serving as the source for the transmitted signal and as self-oscillating mixers for down conversion of the received signal  . Much more compact integrated receivers than those in  were designed and tested by an ingeneous use of a coupled slot antenna [28, 29].
IEEE Trans. Microwave Theory and Techvol. MTT-31, n. 2, February 1983, p. 164-170;Erratum, vol. niques», vol. 36, n. 12, December 1988, p. 1701-1705. MTT-31, n. 6, June 1983, p. 504. 34 Active Integrated Antennas J. LIN, STUDENT MEMBER, IEEE, Abstract- The development of active integrated antennas is reviewed in this paper. The circuit structures of different types of active integrated antennas are discussed. Various circuits integrating solid state devices and low-profile passive antenna elements are demonstrated.
A milestone work on this subject is the paper by Mink . The schematic is shown in Fig. 14. By placing the SCM ll lo. ~L Fig. 12 - Double grid dimension s ( © 1985 IEEE Reprinted with permission from Fig . F . W . B. C . , «Watt-level monolithic quasi-optical diode frequency multiplier grid», Tenth International Conference on Infrared and Millimeter Waves, December 1985, Lake Buena Vista, FL, p . 56-57). > ~:~~:~~~;nt rd z structure is sandwiched between combinations of wire grid filters and a half-wave plate and other quasi-optical components so that the fundamental and the harmonic are separated.
Active Antennas and Quasi-Optical Arrays by Amir Mortazwi, Tatsuo Itoh, James Harvey