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A Comment on the Scattering Matrix of Cascaded 2n-Ports (Correspondence)
Epprecht calculated the scattering matrix of two cascaded two-ports. Redheffer does the same for the 2n-port using non-standard notation. This note will comment on the physical interpretation of theExpand
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Radar Calibration Test Satellite
A satellite has been designed for application to radar calibration. Electromagnetic and mechanical characteristics of the satellite and their influence on the selection of shape and other parametersExpand
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THE ANALYTIC FOUNDATIONS OF LINEAR, TIME-INVARIANT N-PORTS, PART I
Abstract : t a single frequency, a linear, source-free time invaria t n-port N is completely characterized by the n n normalized scattering matrix S . The work of Mason, Deschamps, andExpand
THE ARPA CALIBRATION SATELLITE - THEORETICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL ELECTROMAGNETIC SCATTERING CONSIDERATIONS
Abstract : This report contains a theoretical and experimental determination of the shape of the ARPA calibration satellite from the viewpoint of electromagnetic scattering. Theoretical andExpand
Some Comments on the Method of Kyhl (Correspondence and Author's Reply)
The purpose of this letter is not to criticize the philosophy of Kyhl's method nor even to engage in a debate as to whether his method is, or is not, more useful than ours. We find his proposals bothExpand
The Analogy Between the Weiss-floch Transformer and the Ideal Attenuator (Reflection Coefficient Transformer) and an Extension to Include the General Lossy Two-Port (Correspondence)
Weissfloch's transformer theorem states that at certain pairs of reference planes a lossless two-port can be represented by an ideal transformer. There are many proofs of this important theorem. OneExpand
On Voltage and Current Continuity in the Youla-Weissfloch Circuit (Correspondence)
Any lossless 2n-port can be represented as a cascade of three 2n-ports: an all-pass network, a set of n uncoupled ideal transformers, and another all-pass network. The 2n-port may be either aExpand
On "An Impedance Transformation Method for Finding The Load Impedance of a Two-Port Network" (Correspondence)
The above article begins with ten extensive footnotes, but the authors omit the one reference that discusses their problem: Deschamps' "Hyperbolic Protractor." The undersigned writers concede thatExpand
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