Numerical electromagnetics code (NEC) - method of moments
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Numerical electromagnetics code (NEC) - method of moments a user-oriented computer code for analysis of the electromagnetic response of antennas and other metal structures by G. J. Burke

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Published by National Technical Information Service in Springfield, Va .
Written in English


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StatementG.J. Burke and A.J. Poggio. Vol.2.
SeriesAD-075 460, NOSC Technical Document -- 116
ContributionsPoggio, A. J., National Technical Information Service., Naval Ocean Systems Center.
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Open LibraryOL13978878M

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