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scattering from reflector antenna

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nematollahi

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Hi
I want to know the differences between scattering
electromagnetic waves from common reflector antenna and the grid one(grid reflector antenna)
Is it possible to have the same RCS?
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jiripolivka

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Your question is a base of a wide scientific study, mostly of military importance. Any antenna does reflect and scatter incoming waves, at east like a flat conductive board of the same shape. The frequency response of such scattering/reflection peaks where the radiating elements or the array is tuned to.
 
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