Planar antennas on a dielectric surface

Planar antennas on a dielectric surface

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A theory has been developed for planar metal antennas on a dielectric surface and the main predictions have been verified experimentally. Current dipole antennas have radiation diagrams and impedances favourable for microwave to far-infra-red integrated circuits.


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