Antennas are electronic components that rely on precise mechanical engineering for performance. As communications and other electronic systems grow in complexity, so too do the antennas required to transmit and receive their waveforms. But through the use of additive manufacturing (AM) and three-dimensional (3D) metal printing, even advanced antenna arrays can be reduced in size and complexity. By redesigning a Ka-band 4 × 4 monopulse array and producing it with a 3D printer, what had
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