Design and performance of a twenty-corner-cluster reflector.
Hoisington, David B.
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This paper is a report on the design and performance of a twenty-corner-cluster ( icosahedron) reflector. Comparison of the measured cross sections of the icosahedron reflector with those of a cluster of eight corner reflectors used as a "standard" reflector shows the former being superior in performance over the latter in that it gives nearly omnidirectional response.
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