J. A. Arnaud, J. T. Ruscio, D. C. Hogg
Microwave Theory and Techniques, IEEE Transactions on (Volume:20 , Issue: 5 ), 344 – 345, May 1972
The possibility of using inexpensive commercial glass mirrors for refocusing and redirecting millimeter-wave beams has already been investigated; such beams would be useful for distributing large quantities of information in cities. Interference is expected to be minimal as a result of the close confinement of the beams. We report preliminary experiments made in the 50-55-GHz band, using a swept backward-wave oscillator (BWO) as a source.
LIEN VERS L’ARTICLE : FOCUSING OF 52-GHZ BEAMS BY CYLINDRICAL MIRRORS (SHORT PAPERS)