Study of inkjet printing as an ultra-low-cost antenna prototyping method and its application to conformal wraparound antennas for sounding rocket sub-payload

@inproceedings{Maimaiti2013StudyOI,
  title={Study of inkjet printing as an ultra-low-cost antenna prototyping method and its application to conformal wraparound antennas for sounding rocket sub-payload},
  author={Maimaitirebike Maimaiti},
  year={2013}
}
Study of Inkjet Printing as an Ultra-Low-Cost Antenna Prototyping Method and Its Application to Conformal Wraparound Antennas for Sounding Rocket Sub-Payload by Maimaitirebike Maimaiti, Master of Science Utah State University, 2013 Major Professor: Dr. Reyhan Baktur Department: Electrical and Computer Engineering Inkjet printing is an attractive patterning technology that has received tremendous interest as a mass fabrication method for a variety of electronic devices due to its manufacturing… CONTINUE READING

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