The paper investigates the possibility of forming a reflector for an
antenna system based on solar panels. The design of the reflector is
formed on the basis of two solar panels, which form a corner reflector.
The conducted studies show that the use of solar panels as a reflector
makes it possible to provide a high level of antenna directivity,
provide a wide range of operating frequencies, and also ensure the
generation of electricity based on green (carbon-free) energy
technologies. The obtained results are confirmed by the results of
electrodynamic modeling, as well as experimental measurements of the
antenna layout. The developed design, thanks to the use of a planar
antenna as an emitter, made it possible to provide a high level of
electricity generation, since a small overlap of solar panels is
provided. The results of measurements and simulations are illustrated by
pictures of radiation patterns, as well as measurements of the
characteristics of the electrical energy generated by the solar panel.