Luneburg Lens Antenna
A Luneburg lens is a spherically symmetric gradient-index focal point. An ordinary Luneburg lens’s refractive list n diminishes radially from the center to the external surface. Luneburg lens is a new generation of antennas. The centering properties of the Luneburg focal point can be accomplished through a boundless number of refractive-index arrangements.
Luneburg lens is utilized in utilizing different clusters with the ultra-broadband capability and wide seeing within the microwave radio range. RFecho Luneburg lens has the frequency range from 1.7GHz to 40GHz where Gains are 15, 20, and Return Loss is less than – 20 (dB).
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Luneburg Lens Antenna OLLA-2233
Luneburg lens antenna is a spherical dielectric lens antenna, which focuses microwaves to the focal point through dielectric. Luneburg lens antenna is widely used in microwave, millimeter wave, mobile communication, satellite communication and radio astronomy due to its high gain, low profile and multi-feed multi-beam operation.
The distribution has sphere symmetry, which makes any point on the Luneberg lens sphere the focal point of the lens sphere. The refore, as long as the position of the antenna feed on the spherical surfaceis controlled, the electromagnetic radiation beam can be directed in any direction, and there is no defocus problem as the position of the feed on the spherical surface changes.
Due to the medium distribution characteristics of the lens, the antenna is relatively insensitive to the frequency band of electromagnetic waves, so the frequency band can be very wide.
Customize Luneburg lens antenna are offered for the frequency range of 2 to 110 GHz.The standard gain value and corresponding half power beam width at 2.2 GHz-3.3 GHz is 15 dBi and 8 degrees.SKU: OLLA-2233
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