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PERSPECTIVES OF HF HALF LOOP ANTENNAS FOR STEALTH COMBAT SHIPS

By M. Koubeissi, B. Pomie, and E. Rochefort

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Abstract:
Based on technical analysis and budget link experimentation, the main purpose here is to show improvement of HF half loop antennas in terms of signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) and stealthy for a combat ship. A special designed HF antenna brings a high quality communication over 1000 NM. A suitable integration of a HF half loop antenna at ship corners contributes to the ship stealthy. This paper shows the antenna performance and the benefit of the completely body integrated HF half loop antenna regarding whip antennas. The corresponding SNR is 15 to 20 dB better than for a conventional antenna.

Citation:
M. Koubeissi, B. Pomie, and E. Rochefort, "Perspectives of HF Half Loop Antennas for Stealth Combat Ships," Progress In Electromagnetics Research B, Vol. 54, 167-184, 2013.
doi:10.2528/PIERB13050201

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