Integrated Man-Portable Wearable Antenna System
Adams, Richard C.
O'Neil, Robert J.
Lebaric, Jovan E.
Emo, Todd R.
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A man-portable wearable antenna system to be worn by a wearer. The wearable antenna system comprises a helmet antenna, a vest antenna worn around the torso, a body antenna worn along the entire body, and a means for routing signals between one of the antennas and a communication device.
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