A planar `bull-eye' antenna design that utilizes surface-waves (SWs) for leaky-wave (LW) excitation is investigated for millimeter-wave frequencies of operation. Specifically, a planar non-directive surface-wave launcher (SWL) is employed as the antenna feed, generating bidirectional SW field distributions on a grounded dielectric slab (GDS). By the addition of annular metallic strip gratings, LWs can be excited on the planar guiding surface, defining the practical 2-D leaky-wave antenna (LWA).

Baccarelli, P. (2009). A printed `bull-eye' leaky-wave antenna fed by a non-directive surface-wave launcher. In Proceedings Wireless Technology Conference 2009, EuWIT 2009 (pp.81-83). NEW YORK : IEEE, 345 E 47TH ST, NEW YORK, NY 10017 USA.

A printed `bull-eye' leaky-wave antenna fed by a non-directive surface-wave launcher

BACCARELLI, PAOLO
2009-01-01

Abstract

A planar `bull-eye' antenna design that utilizes surface-waves (SWs) for leaky-wave (LW) excitation is investigated for millimeter-wave frequencies of operation. Specifically, a planar non-directive surface-wave launcher (SWL) is employed as the antenna feed, generating bidirectional SW field distributions on a grounded dielectric slab (GDS). By the addition of annular metallic strip gratings, LWs can be excited on the planar guiding surface, defining the practical 2-D leaky-wave antenna (LWA).
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Baccarelli, P. (2009). A printed `bull-eye' leaky-wave antenna fed by a non-directive surface-wave launcher. In Proceedings Wireless Technology Conference 2009, EuWIT 2009 (pp.81-83). NEW YORK : IEEE, 345 E 47TH ST, NEW YORK, NY 10017 USA.
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