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re: Ultra-wideband antenna arrays--The basics--Part II
juliusko   3/22/2013 6:13:03 AM
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PS. My E-mail add is as follow... 1. julius_koh@yahoo.co.kr

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re: Ultra-wideband antenna arrays--The basics--Part II
juliusko   3/22/2013 6:11:51 AM
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Dear, manager... I am a student researching UWB antenna on KwangWoon University in Korea. I have read this article for several times. It was very interesting for me. I want a PDF version of this article to adopt some part of its contents and also find out the reference. As you know somebody who want to know the reference from this website, he could not find that. So How can I obtain it? Please let me know that or send that PDF file for me. Best regards.

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re: Ultra-wideband antenna arrays--The basics--Part II
Kinnar   4/23/2011 5:38:12 AM
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This is a very good approach about introducing new concepts and methods being implemented in some diverse field like antennas, as we rarely find discussions about antennas in most of the electronic sites, but this article is missing the link to the part-I.



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