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The Near- and Far-Zone Fields of Periodic Spherical Arrays of Dipole Antennas on Spherical Chiral Substrates

By W.-Y. Yin, L.-W. Li, and M.-S. Leong

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W.-Y. Yin, L.-W. Li, and M.-S. Leong, "The Near- and Far-Zone Fields of Periodic Spherical Arrays of Dipole Antennas on Spherical Chiral Substrates," Progress In Electromagnetics Research, Vol. 25, 239-260, 2000.
doi:10.2528/PIER99061402
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