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The book presents a simple approach to the design of antenna arrays to enable the reader to use the classical Orthogonal Method for synthesis of linear arrays.This theory-based book, which includes rapid, effective solutions to design problems for communications applications and broadcasting, is amply illustrated with real-world examples and case studies.

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A 2×2 dual-polarized antenna subarray with filtering responses is proposed in this paper. This antenna subarray is a multilayered 3-D geometry, including a dual-path 1× 4 feeding network and four cavity-backed slot antennas. The isolation performance between two input ports is greatly improved by a novel method, which only needs to modify several vias in a square resonator. Cavities ...

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Günter Haufe has strong research interests in organofluorine chemistry including 18F-radiochemistry. Experimental studies carried out in his group include selective fluorination methods and synthesis of fluorinated analogues of natural products and medicinally relevant compounds. Other topics are application of enzymes in organic synthesis, alicyclic chemistry and total synthesis of natural products. Günter Haufe owns >20 patents and has published >280 peer reviewed research papers, reviews and book chapters. In 1989 he published a book on "Chemistry of Alicyclic Compounds" (Elsevier, Amsterdam) together with Gerhard Mann and in 2008 he edited a monograph "Fluorine and Health" (Elsevier, Amsterdam) together with Alain Tressaud. He was an Associate Editor of "Advances in Fluorine Science" and he is a Regional Editor of the Journal of Fluorine Chemistry since 2008.

The material is developed from fundamental principlesand illustrated with numerous practical examples of working antenna and arraysystems.


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Kibble was appointed a lecturer in 1960 and promoted to Professor in 1970. He was Head of the Physics Department from 1983 to 1991. His work has been mainly on quantum field theory and cosmology, especially problems of spontaneous symmetry breaking and the formation of topological defects such as cosmic strings in the early universe or analogues in laboratory systems. In 1964, together with Gerald Guralnik and Carl Richard Hagen he wrote an influential paper ‘Global conservation laws and massless particles’ on what has come to be known as the Higgs mechanism, an essential feature of the standard model of particle physics. This was one of three papers on the subject by different authors to appear in Physical Review Letters in that year. He followed this up with a more detailed study of the application to non-Abelian gauge theories in 1967. Prior to that he had worked on the possibility of regarding gravity as a gauge theory, developing a formalism that has been widely used.

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He is currently associate editor of the Journal of the American Chemical Society. His broad research interests range from the development of new polymer-forming reactions, including methods of organometallic chemistry, to the chemistry and physics of small molecules, graphenes, dendrimers and biosynthetic hybrids. His work further encompasses the formation of multi-dimensional polymers with complex shape-persistent architectures, nanocomposites, and molecular materials with liquid crystalline properties for electronic and optoelectronic devices. He owns about 60 patents, published nearly 1700 papers.

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Kurt Kremer was one of the first to point out that the huge diversity of synthetic and biological soft matter results from the interplay of universal and chemistry specific contributions. Already in 1998 he and coworkers published a paper dealing with scale bridging simulations for polymers, which by now developed into a truly quantitative and predictive tool. Beyond plain structural properties organic electronic materials pose additional challenges. His group systematically linked structural and morphological properties with electronic properties of the individual molecular moieties. They demonstrated that the conventional approach to study systems only at T=0K neglects fluctuations and disorder, often leading to qualitatively wrong results. Recently he combined field based, particle based coarse grained and all atom models for P3HT, the ‘fruit fly’ of organic electronics. His scientific work typically connects physical problems with methodological advances. Such an advance e.g. is the particle based adaptive resolution simulation, where different regions with different resolution freely exchange molecules. First applications concern quantum classical systems or the problem of co-nonsolvency of organic macromolecules in mixed solvents.