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Further comments on the definition of antenna gain

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Hang, J. ; Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology

[Editor's note: Three short articles concerning the definition of the gain of active antenna systems and planar arrays appeared on pages 62-64 of the October, 1989, Newsletter. The following comments were solicited by Antoine Roederer as a part of the questions he raised in the October issue, but unfortunately arrived a few da s too late to include in that issue. Alan J. Simmons ($0 Box 103, Winchester, MA 01890) and Donald G. Bodnar (GTRI/CCRF/STL/ATD-Room 4-138, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA 30332 also solicited input from M - S regarding the gain o d active antenna s stems, as a result of discussions at an Antenna StandYards Committee meeting during the San Jose symposium. This later input was sollcited on behalf of the Committee. Those wishing to contribute to this discussion are requested to send their comments to the appropriate author, with copies to Alan Simmons or Donald Bodnar, who will act as coordinators for these discussions. WRS]

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Antennas and Propagation Society Newsletter, IEEE  (Volume:31 ,  Issue: 6 )