## Antennas and propagation: 1981 international symposium digest : Bonaventure Hotel, Los Angeles, California |

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RADIATION FROM INFINITE ARRAYS OF ARBITRARILY SHAPED THIN WIRE

ANTENNAS* H.K. Schuman, D.R. Pflug, and L.D. Thompson Atlantic Research

Corporation l72l Black River Blvd. Rome, NY l3440 Large

of ...

RADIATION FROM INFINITE ARRAYS OF ARBITRARILY SHAPED THIN WIRE

ANTENNAS* H.K. Schuman, D.R. Pflug, and L.D. Thompson Atlantic Research

Corporation l72l Black River Blvd. Rome, NY l3440 Large

**planar**phased arraysof ...

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The curvature of the particular conformal surfaces and the positional

relationships of the radiating elements introduce many problems that are different

from those associated with

can be ...

The curvature of the particular conformal surfaces and the positional

relationships of the radiating elements introduce many problems that are different

from those associated with

**planar**phased arrays. There may be no element thatcan be ...

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QUASI-OPTICS OF MAGNETIC WAVES GUIDED BY A

Seshadri Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering The University of

Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin 53706

the ...

QUASI-OPTICS OF MAGNETIC WAVES GUIDED BY A

**PLANAR**FILM S. R.Seshadri Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering The University of

Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin 53706

**Planar**films of ferrimagnets are used inthe ...

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