Six-Degree-of-Freedom Parallel Mechanism Antenna
Six-degree-of-freedom technology is an essential technology in the fields of modern motion simulation, simulation, and robotics. It not only possesses the capability to simulate the six degrees of freedom motion of objects in spatial settings but also offers advantages such as high rigidity, simple and stable structure, lightweight, strong load-bearing capacity, and the absence of cumulative errors in parallel mechanisms. As a result, this technology has found extensive applications in motion simulation.
With the increasing demands for ground reconnaissance systems in terms of size, weight, maneuverability, and tracking capabilities, traditional antenna mounts sometimes fail to meet system requirements. The application of six degree-of-freedom parallel mechanism antenna technology in ground reconnaissance systems not only addresses the drawbacks of traditional antennas, such as overhead blind spots, but also offers the benefits of being lightweight, compact, and highly rigid. This significantly enhances the performance of antenna systems.
Antenna Apertures: 3-meter, 4.2-meter, 5.4-meter, 6.2-meter, and 7.5-meter aperture antennas
Operating Frequency Bands: L, S, C, X, X/Ka, Ku/Ka, Ka, etc.
Antenna Mount: Six-degree-of-freedom parallel-kinematic structure mount with no blind spots overhead.
Other Features: Addressing the closed-loop and coupled control techniques in the six-degree-of-freedom parallel-kinematic structure, pioneering the calibration of six-degree-of-freedom antennas, and demonstrating mature technology