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Karabey, Onur Hamza ; Bildik, Saygin ; Strunck, Sebastian ; Gaebler, Alexander ; Jakoby, Rolf (2012):
Continuously polarisation reconfigurable antenna element by using liquid crystal based tunable coupled line.
In: Electronics Letters, 48, pp. 141-143. [Article]

Fritzsch, Carsten ; Giacomozzi, Flavio ; Karabey, Onur Hamza ; Goelden, Felix ; Moessinger, Alexander ; Bildik, Saygin ; Colpo, Sabrina ; Jakoby, Rolf (2011):
Continuously Tunable W-Band Phase Shifter Based on Liquid Crystals and MEMS Technology.
pp. 1083-1086, Proceedings of the 41st European Microwave Conference, [Conference or Workshop Item]

Fritzsch, Carsten ; Strunck, Sebastian ; Bildik, Saygin ; Jakoby, Rolf (2011):
Investigation of Beam Scanning Speed for Liquid Crystal based Tunable Antennas.
33rd ESA Antenna Workshop on Challenges for Space Antenna Systems, [Conference or Workshop Item]

Bildik, Saygin ; Dieter, Sabine ; Fritzsch, Carsten ; Frei, Michael ; Fischer, Christoph ; Menzel, Wolfgang ; Jakoby, Rolf (2011):
Reconfigurable Liquid Crystal Reflectarray with Extended Tunable Phase Range.
Proceedings of European Microwave Conference 2011, [Conference or Workshop Item]

Karabey, Onur Hamza ; Bildik, Saygin ; Fritzsch, Carsten ; Strunck, Sebastian ; Gaebler, Alexander ; Jakoby, Rolf ; Manabe, Atsutaka (2010):
Liquid Crystal Based Reconfigurable Antenna Arrays.
[Conference or Workshop Item]

Bildik, Saygin ; Fritzsch, Carsten ; Moessinger, Alexander ; Jakoby, Rolf (2010):
Tunable liquid crystal reflectarray with rectangular elements.
pp. 1 - 4, [Conference or Workshop Item]

Moessinger, Alexander ; Fritzsch, Carsten ; Bildik, Saygin ; Jakoby, Rolf (2010):
Compact Tunable Ka-Band Phase Shifter based on Liquid Crystals.
pp. 1020-1023, Proceedings of International Microwave Symposium, [Conference or Workshop Item]

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