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Title CubeSat antenna design / edited by Nacer Chahat.
Imprint Hoboken, NJ : John Wiley & Sons, Inc., [2021]
Edition First edition.

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Subject Artificial satellites -- Radio antennas -- Design and construction.
Microspacecraft -- Design and construction.
Alt Name Chahat, Nacer,
Description 1 online resource
Edition First edition.
Contents Introduction / Nacer Chahat -- Mars Cube One / Nacer Chahat, Emmanuel Decrossas, M Michael Kobayashi -- Radar in a CubeSat: RainCube / Nacer Chahat, Jonathan Sauder, Alessandra Babuscia, Mark Thomson -- One Meter Reflectarray Antenna: OMERA / Nacer Chahat, Manan Arya, Jonathan Sauder, Ellen Thiel, Min Zhou, Tom Cwik -- X/Ka-Band One Meter Mesh Reflector for 12U-Class CubeSat / Nacer Chahat, Jonathan Sauder, Gregg Freebury -- Inflatable Antenna for CubeSat / Alessandra Babuscia, Jonathan Sauder, Aman Chandra, Jekan Thangavelautham -- High Aperture Efficiency All-Metal Patch Array / Nacer Chahat -- Metasurface Antennas: Flat Antennas for Small Satellites / David Gonz©Łlez-Ovejero, Okan Yurduseven, Goutam Chattopadhyay, Nacer Chahat.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references.
Summary "This book surveys a variety of antenna designs used for CubeSat communication and radar by the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL). The first chapter presents a brief introduction of CubeSats. The second chapter illustrates the telecommunication subsystem of Mars Cube One (MarCO) mission, with an emphasis on the antenna development. The third chapter describes the enabling technology of Radar in a CubeSat (RainCube): the 0.5m deployable mesh reflector. Chapter 4 presents the electrical and mechanical design of the largest reflectarray compatible with a 6U-class CubeSat: OMERA (one meter reflectarray antenna). Chapter 5 explains the development of a one-meter mesh reflector for telecommunication at X- and Ka-band for deep space missions. In Chapter 6, an inflatable antenna operating at X-band is shown from an electrical and mechanical point of view with all the challenges associated with operation in space. In Chapter 7, depicts how a novel patch array mainly made of metal is used on a CubeSat. Finally, Chapter 8 describes the design of multiple metasurface antennas"-- Provided by publisher.
Note Description based on online resource; title from digital title page (viewed on February 04, 2021).
ISBN 9781119692720 electronic book
1119692725 electronic book
9781119692713 electronic book
1119692717 electronic book
9781119692706 electronic book
1119692709 electronic book
9781119692584 hardcover
OCLC # 1157719687
Additional Format Print version: CubeSat antenna design First edition. Hoboken, NJ, USA : Wiley-IEEE, 2020. 9781119692584 (DLC) 2020024526

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