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Publications about 'resonator'
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A. Elsherbini and K. Sarabandi.
Dual-Polarized Coupled Sectorial Loop Antennas for UWB Applications.
Keyword(s): antenna feeds,
antenna radiation patterns,
electromagnetic wave polarisation,
ultra wideband antennas,
ultra wideband communication,
ultra wideband radar,
compact dual-polarized UWB antennas,
coupled sectorial loop antenna concept,
crossed dipole configuration,
directional dual-polarized cavity-backed asymmetric CSLA,
dual-polarized coupled sectorial loop antennas,
integrated balun feed,
Ultra wideband antennas,
ultrawideband (UWB) antenna.
Microwave permittivity of dry snow.
IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing,
Keyword(s): UHF measurement,
-10 to 0 degC,
average axial ratio,
ice volume fraction,
liquid-like surface layer,
physical mixing theory,
relative dielectric constant,
Christian Matzler and Urs Wegmuller.
Dielectric properties of freshwater ice at microwave frequencies.
Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics,
L. Essen and K. D. Froome.
The Refractive Indices and Dielectric Constants of Air and its Principal Constituents at 24,000 Mc/s.
Proceedings of the Physical Society. Section B,
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Last modified: Mon Feb 1 16:40:59 2021
Author: Othmar Frey, Earth Observation and Remote Sensing, Institute of Environmental Engineering, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology - ETH Zurich .
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