Plasma antennas: survey of techniques and the current state of the art
Jenn, David C.
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Plasma antennas refer to a wide variety of antenna concepts that incorporate some use of an ionized medium. This study summarizes the basic theory behind the operation of plasma antennas based on a survey of patents and technical publications. Methods of exciting and confining plasmas are discussed, and the current state of the art in plasma technology is examined.
NPS Report NumberNPS-CRC-03-001
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