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Observe: this article is a part of the IEEE Press sequence on Electromagnetic Wave Theory.
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5 (b)]. 5. Local (a) and far-field (b) coordinates for the circular array. effects, that is, we consider element excitations (voltages or currents) as given or specified including the effects of mutual coupling. The mutual coupling problem in conformal arrays is treated extensively in Chapters 6 and 7. Limiting the analysis to the azimuth plane only makes the circular array problem a two-dimensional problem, that is, it has bearing on other two-dimensional problems like cylindrical array structures.
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