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By G. Angiulli, G. Amendola, and G. Di Massa

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In this paper the analysis of radiation from known current distributions placed on a dielectric coated elliptic conducting cylinder has been effected. The analysis is carried out considering the expansion of the field as a series of Mathieu functions. The presence of the current is taken into account in the boundary conditions at the air-dielectric interface. The behavior of the radiated field as a function of the minor over ma jor axis ratio of the elliptic conducting cylinder has been investigated and discussed.

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G. Angiulli, G. Amendola, and G. Di Massa, "Radiation from Dielectric Coated Elliptic Conducting Cylinder by Assigned Electric Current Distribution," Progress In Electromagnetics Research, Vol. 57, 131-150, 2006.

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