STIFFNESS MODELING OF A LARGE ANTENNA’S SUB-REFLECTOR ADJUSTMENT MECHANISM WITH A MOVABLE BASE

Jiantao Yao, Wenlan Liu, Yundou Xu, Lijian Li, Jianjun Li, and Yongsheng Zhao

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