AuthorSandberg, Craig D.
AffiliationUS. ARMY ARMAMENT RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT AND ENGINEERING CENTER
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AbstractMicrostrip antenna designs have gained importance due to the requirements and restrictions of projectile size and desired data. Most projectile testing programs require in-flight data during the entire trajectory. Original microstrip antenna designs created extensive variations in the antenna radiation pattern as the projectile was rotated about its axis. These variations led to distortion and total loss of data during critical events of a projectile fuze test. Developments and data that have led to modified designs in order to reduce these nulls will be discussed in the following sections.
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