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This article deals with an effective technique for reducing, in a significant way, the error related to the truncation of the scanning zone in the cylindrical near-field-far-field transformation. Such a reduction is obtained by extrapolating a proper number of data external to the near-field...
The recent technique of electromagnetic (EM) coupling is used here for the microstrip notch filter. It employs the normal λ g /2 L-shaped microstrip resonator as a transmission type rejection filter for 2.4 GHz with its λ g /4 arm coupled electromagnetically to the 50 Ω transmission line...
Electromagnetic fields exert higher radiation pressures over isotropic, achiral, homogeneous, passive spheres made of negative-phase-velocity materials than of positive-phase-velocity materials. The radiation pressure can be very high if a nanoscale sphere has negligible loss, and the real parts...
This article will introduce a model for predicting diffraction loss from arbitrary numbers of equal height parallel buildings by using the uniform theory of diffraction in urban environments. Some recent works have focused on plane-wave approximation rather than spherical-wave assumption. Even...
The rigorous mode-matching technique combined with point matching is used in this article to find the dispersion curve of the traveling wave in a 1-D strip grating backed by a grounded homogeneous dielectric substrate. The strips are assumed to be infinitely thin. Unlike regular mode matching, a...
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