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Detection of Buried Objects in a Two Layer Medium Illuminated by a Dipole

By R. H. Ott

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R. H. Ott, "Detection of Buried Objects in a Two Layer Medium Illuminated by a Dipole," Progress In Electromagnetics Research, Vol. 21, 21-69, 1999.

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