Development of a phased array antenna powered by Rotman printed lens for a mobile satellite communication terminal


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Abstract

Connecting to the Internet whenever and wherever you travel is no longer a luxury. All people have the ability to connect to the Internet and share data away from home. Satellite communications are now an integral part of successful and high-quality communications. Satellite communications antennas are usually installed on mobile ground terminals. Due to its wide coverage and versatility, satellite communications are continuously improving and adapting to the telecommunications needs of many countries, despite the fact that broadband, Internet and fiber - optic communications are used almost everywhere. We know that more than 50 % of all satellites in orbit are communications satellites.

About the authors

Yuri G. Pasternak

JSC NPP «Automated communication systems»; Voronezh State Technical University

Author for correspondence.
Email: pasternakyg@mail.ru

Vladimir A. Pendyurin

JSC NPP «Automated communication systems»

Email: infonpp-acc.ru@yandex.ru

Kirill S. Safonov

Voronezh State Technical University

Email: safonov-kirik@mail.ru

Sergey M. Fedorov

Voronezh State Technical University

Email: fedorov_sm@mail.ru

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