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Gap problem in king-middleton second-order theory for dipole admittance calculations

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1 Author(s)
Lau, K.H. ; GEC Research Laboratories, Antenna Division Marconi Research Centre, Chelmsford, UK

The `gap problem¿ associated with the King-Middleton second-order theory has been solved by King et al. The empirically determined susceptance values of the knife-edge capacitance as given in Reference 1 were found to be reliable for thin dipoles, but not for thicker ones. The cause of this imperfection is determined and a table of the corrected values included in this letter.

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Electronics Letters  (Volume:20 ,  Issue: 8 )