## Report of conference held June 20-25, 1955, at the University of Michigan |

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### Contents

INTRODUCTION K M Siegel | 190 |

FORWARD AND MULTIPLE SCATTERING | 322 |

ANTENNA THEORY AND MICROWAVE OPTICS | 393 |

Copyright | |

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amplitude angle antenna aperture applied approximation assumed asymptotic axis beam Bessel functions boundary conditions calculation Cerenkov radiation circular cylinder components computed considered constant corresponding creeping wave cross section curve derived determined dielectric differential equation diffracted rays diffraction dipoles direction distance distribution edge effect eigenvalues electric field electron energy expression ferrite ferromagnetic finite formula Fourier frequency function geometrical optics given grating Green's function half-plane incident wave infinite integral equation Jour limit linear magnetic field maximum Maxwell's equations medium method microwave modes obtained oscillations paper parameters particles path phase Phys plane wave polarization problem propagation radiation pattern radio radius reflection coefficient refraction region relation resonance ring array scalar scattering shown in Fig signal slab solution space sphere spherical spheroid surface wave symmetric tensor theorem theory tion transmission values variation vector waveguide wavelength zero