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Differential Cross Section of Multi-Layered Lossy Cylinder of Finite Length

By S. Seker, I. Akkaya and C. Utku

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S. Seker, I. Akkaya and C. Utku, "Differential Cross Section of Multi-Layered Lossy Cylinder of Finite Length," Progress In Electromagnetics Research, Vol. 18, 151-171, 1998.

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