90 GHz 3D-printed reflector antenna

This project aims at designing, manufacturing, and testing a 3D-printed reflector antenna operating at 90 GHz to investigate the capability of 3D-printing at sub-cm wavelengths for electrically large structures. The design should take outset in the DTU-ESA 12 GHz and mmwave

validation standard antennas – as well as an existing 60 GHz 3D-printed reflector antenna - with at least the reflector being manufactured by a 3D printing technique, but if possible also the feed and the support structure. The project lies within the research on satellite communication antennas of the Electromagnetic Systems group.