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Bibliography - High Frequency Antennas

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3. Barker, R. H., Rhombic Aerial Design Chart, Wireless Engr., 25:361, November, 1948.

4. Baumler, M., K. Kruger, H. Plendl, and W. Pfitzer, Radiation Measurements of a Short Wave Directive Antenna at the Nauen High Power Radio Station, Proc. IRE, May, 1931, p. 812.

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32. Lewin, L., Rhombic Transmitting Aerial, Wireless Engr., May, 1941, p. 140.

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34. Morton, H. B., and J. W. Whitehead, Two Transmitters on One Aerial (3-15 mc/c.), Elec. Eng., 20(243), May, 1948.

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38. Royal Air Force Signal Manual, Part II, Air Pub. 1093, May, 1937, Chap. 14, Propagation, Chap. 15, Aerials and Aerial Arrays.

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43. Walmsley, T., Beam Arrays and Transmission Lines, J.. IEE, February, 1931.

44. Walmsley, T., New Type of Directive Aerial, Wireless Engr., 9:662, November, 1932.

45. Wells, X., Short-wave Dipole Aerials, Wireless Engr., 20:219, May, 1943.

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