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TOC Alert for Publication# 4126157 2014December 25<![CDATA[Slot combined complementary split ring resonators for mutual coupling suppression in microstrip phased arrays]]>o and the complete design with two radiating elements measures 84 × 44 mm^{2}.]]>81512611267950<![CDATA[Analytical model of interwoven spiral arrays]]>81512681276501<![CDATA[Interval-based analysis of pattern distortions in reflector antennas with bump-like surface deformations]]>81512771285800<![CDATA[Overlapped subarray decomposition method for an effective simulation of electrically large planar arrays of antennas]]>81512861293864<![CDATA[High-directivity on-glass window antenna using a see-through reflector]]>81512941298691<![CDATA[Wideband omnidirectional printed dipole antenna with dumbbell-shaped open sleeve for wireless communication applications]]>81512991304748<![CDATA[Complex waveguide filter topologies employing inductive windows and dielectric objects]]>81513051312495<![CDATA[Mechatronic method for study of random error on cable-net reflector antennas]]>81513131321757<![CDATA[Wideband balanced out-of-phase network based on double-sided parallel-strip line]]>81513221326529<![CDATA[Radiation and scattering from a point source on an inhomogeneous substrate]]>81513271332485<![CDATA[Improved algorithm of retrieving oceanic surface wind speed based on a stratified media model at high sea states]]>81513331339598<![CDATA[PO–PO method for electromagnetic backscattering from a 2D arbitrary dielectric-coated conducting target located above a 1D randomly rough surface: horizontal polarisation]]>81513401347462<![CDATA[Null steering method by controlling two elements]]>81513481355956<![CDATA[Mode-stirred reverberating chamber Doppler spectra: multi-frequency measurements and empirical model]]>81513561362439<![CDATA[Design of a textile ultra-wideband antenna with stable performance for body-centric wireless communications]]>815136313751732<![CDATA[Sommerfeld integration for arbitrary, multi-layer dielectric systems: a practical method for seawater antenna modelling]]>6-order jumps in complex permittivity across the different layers. As well as validating the algorithm for multiple layers the authors show results from a realistic air/sea/seabed setup. The authors demonstrate that, if the antenna is close to the seabed, surface waves can form on the sea/seabed interface as well as the air/sea interface potentially improving reception.]]>81513761388579<![CDATA[Dual-polarisation reflectarray made of cells with two orthogonal sets of parallel dipoles for bandwidth and cross-polarisation improvement]]>815138913971068<![CDATA[Robust technique for the polarisability matrix retrieval of bianisotropic scatterers via their reflection and transmission coefficients]]>S-parameters can be employed for the inversion of the resulting non-linear system of equations, leading to the desired dynamic polarisability matrix and, especially, the magneto-electric coupling term. Finally, the featured technique is applied to an assortment of important structures, frequently utilised for various metamaterial applications and the outcomes are extensively compared with previously existing techniques, thus verifying the merits of the novel approach.]]>81513981407776<![CDATA[Constraining directional modulation transmitter radiation patterns]]>81514081415981<![CDATA[<italic>C</italic>-band complementary metal-oxide-semiconductor bandpass filter using active capacitance circuit]]>C-Band is presented. This filter utilises an active capacitance technique to compensate resistive losses of resonators, and a shunt-feedback inductor between input and output to achieve the transmission zeros in the bandpass filter. Moreover, one transmission zero is in the lower stopband, and two transmission zeros are in the upper stopband, thus improving the selectivity of the filter significantly. The filter is designed and fabricated in a standard 0.18 μm CMOS technology with a chip area of 0.92 mm × 0.76 mm including all testing pads. The filter achieves 0.77 dB insertion loss, 18 dB return loss, and 32% 3 dB bandwidth at 5.3 GHz with 2.2 mW power consumption. The measured NF and input P1 dB is 4.3 dB and 2.5 dBm, respectively. Finally, the rejection levels at these transmission zeros are greater than 14.4 dB.]]>81514161422519<![CDATA[Corner-fed dual-band circularly polarised antenna]]>815142314311091<![CDATA[Zeroth-order resonant circular patch antenna based on periodic structures]]>81514321439656<![CDATA[<italic>W</italic>-band low-loss bandpass filter using rectangular resonant cavities]]>81514401444408<![CDATA[Hexagonal fractal ultra-wideband antenna using Koch geometry with bandwidth enhancement]]>81514451450674