This paper presents parametric analysis of Flat Sandwich Multilayer Radome using Boundary Value Solution technique. The effect of variations in the characteristics of constituent layers of Radome on its microwave transmission properties has been studied. This work has relevance in development of Planar Array Radar Antennas especially for airborne platforms.
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