Progress on the development of a dual-polarized dense dipole array for the SKA mid-frequency aperture array
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© 2016 European Association of Antennas and Propagation. The progress on the design of a dual-polarized dense dipole array was presented. A wide bandwidth has been realized and good cross-polarization performance for an element embedded in the infinite array has been demonstrated.
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