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Författare: Dieter Böge.

Unser Urahn erzählt
Ein Mammutjäger erzählt die Geschichte seiner Familie, vom Lagerfeuer der Eiszeit bis in unsere Gegenwart hinein. Er beginnt mit seiner eigenen Kindheit in der Kultur der Jäger und Sammler und durchstreift in Riesenschritten die Weltgeschichte. Die Bilder übernehmen dabei die Führung, und es ist ein bisschen so, als würde man mit Oma und Opa ein altes Fotoalbum anschauen. Sein Blick richtet sich auf das, was uns als Menschen geprägt hat und seit unzähligen Generationen um- und antreibt. Das Bilderbuch stellt in dieser »Familienübersicht« 52 Generationen vor und zeigt so eine ganze Weltgeschichte für Kinder in Bild und Text. Ganz einfach für Kinder: eine Weltgeschichte, die Familiengeschichte ist
Dieter Böge und Bernd Mölk-Tassel waren 2009 mit ihrem Buch "Was tun?"
für den Deutschen Jugendliteraturpreis nominiert.

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Animation showing how a phased array works. The moving red lines show the wavefronts of the radio waves emitted by each element. In antenna theory, a phased array usually means an electronically scanned array, a computer-controlled array of antennas which creates a beam of radio waves that can be electronically steered to point in different directions without moving the antennas. Phased arrays were invented for use in military radar systems, to scan the radar beam quickly across the sky to detect planes and missiles. These phased array radar systems are now widely used, and phased arrays are spreading to civilian applications. The term „phased array“ is also used to a lesser extent for unsteered array antennas in which the phase of the feed power and thus the radiation pattern of the antenna array is fixed. PESAs are the most common type of phased array.

A conformal antenna is a phased array in which the individual antennas, instead of being arranged in a flat plane, are mounted on a curved surface. The phase shifters compensate for the different path lengths of the waves due to the antenna elements‘ varying position on the surface, allowing the array to radiate a plane wave. Ferdinand Braun’s 1905 directional antenna which used the phased array principle, consisting of 3 monopole antennas in an equilateral triangle. A quarter-wave delay in the feedline of one antenna caused the array to radiate in a beam. US PAVE PAWS active phased array ballistic missile detection radar in Alaska.

Completed in 1979, it was one of the first active phased arrays. Closeup of some of the 2677 crossed dipole antenna elements that make up the plane array. This antenna produced a narrow „pencil“ beam only 2. The active phased array radar antenna inside the nose of the US F-22 Raptor fighter aircraft. Virtually all combat aircraft now use phased array radars.

Phased array transmission was originally shown in 1905 by Nobel laureate Karl Ferdinand Braun who demonstrated enhanced transmission of radio waves in one direction. In 2004, Caltech researchers demonstrated the first integrated silicon-based phased array receiver at 24GHz with 8 elements. The relative amplitudes of—and constructive and destructive interference effects among—the signals radiated by the individual antennas determine the effective radiation pattern of the array. On VHF, phased arrays are used extensively for FM broadcasting. These greatly increase the antenna gain, magnifying the emitted RF energy toward the horizon, which in turn greatly increases a station’s broadcast range.

Phased array radar systems are also used by warships of many navies. SPY-1 phased array radar, part of the Aegis Combat System deployed on modern U. SPY-1A radar installation at National Severe Storms Laboratory, Norman, Oklahoma. The enclosing radome provides weather protection.

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