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The forty-eight technical papers of the 1965 MTT Symposium provide a great fund of detailed information of the state of the microwave art. In a more general sense, the content of the program also shows unmistakable trends which we must not ignore. Before devoting our attention to the specialized presentations to follow, let us pause to consider where we are headed in microwave theory and techniques. This is our eleventh symposium, and the microwave art is now about twenty-five years old. The record of those years is something to be proud of in scientific applications, in engineering, and in business enterprise---except perhaps for some recent microprofits.

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Microwave Theory and Techniques, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:13 ,  Issue: 6 )