Architectures for ku-band broadband airborne satellite communication antennas

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Verpoorte, Jaco and Schippers, Harmen and Jorna, Pieter and Roeloffzen, Chris G.H. and Marpaung, David A.I. and Baggen, Rens and Sanadgol, Bahram (2010) Architectures for ku-band broadband airborne satellite communication antennas. In: 32nd ESA Antenna Workshop on Antennas for Space Applications, 5-8 Oct 2010, Noordwijk, the Netherlands.

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Abstract:This paper describes different architectures for a broadband antenna for satellite communication on aircraft. The antenna is a steerable (conformal) phased array antenna in Ku-band (receive-only). First the requirements for such a system are addressed. Subsequently a number of potential architectures are discussed in detail: a) an architecture with only optical true time delays, b) an architecture with optical phase shifters and optical true time delays and c) an architecture with optical true time delays and RF phase
shifters (or RF true time delays). The last two architectures use sub-arrays to reduce complexity of the antenna system. The advantages and disadvantages of the different architectures are evaluated and an optimal architecture is selected.
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