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Device and method for sensing and protection of persons and objects










Image Number 14 for United States Patent #6114956.

An electronic device including a wave transmitter covering a determined spatial sensing field, and a wave receiver for controlling an automatic device; a radiating antenna including a waveguide having lateral faces and slots arranged on one of the lateral faces, wherein the slots radiate in planes substantially perpendicular to a longitudinal direction of the waveguide, and wherein the wave transmitter and the wave receiver are arranged at one end of the waveguide; a matched load arranged at an opposite end of the wave guide; substantially identical reflectors arranged over substantially the whole length of the waveguide, wherein the reflectors extend essentially symmetrically with respect to longitudinal plane of symmetry of the waveguide and making a predetermined angle with one another, and wherein the waveguide and the reflectors are composed of at least one piece.








 
 
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