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1 LO, T.K : 'Miniature aperture-coupled microstrip antenna of very high permittivity', Electron. Lett., 1997, 33, pp. 9-10
 

Summary: References
1 LO, T.K : 'Miniature aperture-coupled microstrip antenna of very
high permittivity', Electron. Lett., 1997, 33, pp. 9-10
2 PINHAS, s., and SHTRIKMAN, s.: 'Comparison between computed and
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3 WATERHOUSE, R.B : 'Small microstrip patch antenna', Electron.
Lett., 1995, 31, pp. 604605
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Spatial aliasingfor near-fieldsensor arrays
T.D. Abhayapala, R.A. Kennedy and R.C. Williamson
An investigation is presented into the presence of spatial aliasing
due to the operation of a linear array in the near-field. It shows
that the standard half wavelength sensor spacings rule, which
guarantees that no aliasing will occur in the operation of far-field
arrays, is not sufficient to prevent aliasing in the near-field. This
claim is justified by theoretical considerations and corroborated
by simulation results.
Introduction: There has been a growing interest in near-field array

  

Source: Abhayapala, Thushara D. - Department of Information Engineering, Australian National University

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences