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3D antenna printing yields an order of magnitude better performance than monopole antenna designs

4/3/2011 05:50 PM EDT
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krisi
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re: 3D antenna printing yields an order of magnitude better performance than monopole antenna designs
krisi   4/4/2011 11:40:53 PM
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Pretty cool technology...

LarryM99
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LarryM99   4/4/2011 3:37:49 PM
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It seems like there have been a number of interesting things happening in manufacturing techniques like this. This is a fascinating mix of printing circuit elements and 3D printing. They applied it to omni antennas, but it seems like it could also apply to more sophisticated directional antenna designs. Am I off-base here? Larry M.

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