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IET Microwaves, Antennas & Propagation

Volume 5, Issue 4, 21 March 2011

Volume 5, Issue 4

21 March 2011

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    • Robust and efficient method for evaluation of the non-symmetrical components of the Green's functions for microstrip structures
      High/low-impedance transmission-line and coupled-line filter networks for differential phase shifters
      Two-pole digitally tunable evanescent-mode waveguide narrow-band filter with radio frequency micro-electromechanical systems switches
      Gain and efficiency enhancement of compact and miniaturised microstrip antennas using multi-layered laminated conductors
      Measurement and modelling of the propagation channel between low-height terminals
      Analysis of the parameters of an approach that combines the characteristic basis function method and the multilevel fast multipole
      Reflection type Q-factor measurement using standard least squares methods
      Blind direction-of-arrival estimation algorithm for conformal array antenna with respect to polarisation diversity
      Analysis and design of a wideband lumped-element quadrature directional coupler for complementary metal-oxide semiconductor implementation
      Hybrid ultrawideband dielectric resonator antenna and band-notched designs
      Investigations on improving the spurious performance of a coaxial combline filter
      Robustness of a time-reversal ultra-wideband system in non-stationary channel environments
      Stability and dispersion analysis of the finite-difference time-domain algorithms in modelling the earth–ionosphere system
      Evaluation of electromagnetic immunity of layered structures by neural networks
      Design of co-planar waveguide-fed slot/patch antenna with wire bond for a 60-GHz complementary metal-oxide-semiconductor transceiver
      Experimental studies on antenna miniaturisation using magneto-dielectric and dielectric materials

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