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  • Painting TIL-TEK Antennas
    of various antennas. The approach taken by TIL-TEK is to provide a clear description of the various surfaces and materials involved, and a description of paint additives to avoid when painting the radomes of antennas. This information can then be forwarded to a paint manufacturer / supplier
  • Dielectric Materials for Use in Radomes
    is in the construction of radomes. Radomes are structures that form a protective cover between an antenna and the environment with minimal impact to the performance of the antenna inside. Safety, security and reliability are imperative features of communication, telemetry and radar systems

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  • A New Method to Analyze Broadband Antenna-Radome Interactions in Time-Domain
    In this example, the interaction of a demonstrated antenna radome is studied.
  • IAG 150 Years
    – Application of antenna phase centre offsets and direction-dependent phase centre variation values from model igs08.atx (Schmid 2011, http://igscb.jpl.nasa. gov/igscb/station/general/pcv_archive/) for both satellite transmitting and ground receiving antennas; – Antenna radome calibrations applied if given in the…
  • Design of a new type of metamaterial radome for low frequencies
    H.N. Liu, H.L. Su, K.H. Lin, C.Y. Wu, C.L. Tang, and S.H. Yeh, Design of antenna radome composed of metamaterials for high gain, In: Antennas and Propagation Society International Sympo- sium, Albuquerque, NM, 2006, pp. 19–22.
  • Photonic Crystals
    13.1 Photonic Crystal Antennas .........................................................................414 13.1.1 Photonic-Crystal Antenna Substrates.................................................415 13.1.2 Photonic-Crystal Antenna Mirrors .....................................................418 13.1.3 Photonic Crystal Antenna Radomes or Superstrates..........................422 13.2 Controllable Structures and Metamaterials................................................424 13.2.1…