Structuring research on conformal antennas a European collaboration
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The topic of this paper is the work carried out within work package 2.4-3 of the EU network "antenna centre of excellence" (ACE). This work package is concerned with structuring research on conformal antennas. In particular, the work is focused on the problems associated with full benchmarking of conformal antennas, on development of hybrid programs for analyzing different classes of conformal antennas, and on investigation of properties of algorithms for optimizing beam synthesis and beam-steering for conformal arrays.
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