A SHALLOW-CAVITY UHF CROSSED-SLOT ANTENNA
MASSACHUSETTS INST OF TECH LEXINGTON LINCOLN LAB
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The shallow-cavity crossed-slot antenna is a UHF radiator designed primarily for use on a high-speed aircraft operating as the airborne terminal in a satellite-to-air communications link. The requirements, design analysis and performance characteristics are described. The antennas shallow profile makes it attractive either as a paste-on or flush-mounted type radiator. Near-hemispherical radiation coverage is provided.
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