IEEE Antennas and Propagation Magazine

 

June 2011 Issue

 
 

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Magazine Staff

Cover:  A comparison between the exact and Geometrical Optics (GO) solutions for the total fields diffracted by a wedge with soft and hard boundary conditions (BC), for two different angles of incidence.  See the contribution by Feray Hacivelioglu Levent Sevgi, and Pyotr Ya.  Ufimtsev in the Testing Oursleves column.

 

 

 
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