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Model Studies of the VLF PAC Antenna ~ U.S. Navy and Holmes & Narver, Inc., 04-1963.

Model Studies of the VLF PAC Antenna ~ U.S. Navy and Holmes & Narver, Inc., 04-1963.

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Model Studies Of The VLF PAC Antenna ~ U.S. Navy and Holmes & Narver, Inc., 04-1963. Source: www.dtic.mil

Model Studies Of The VLF PAC Antenna ~ U.S. Navy and Holmes & Narver, Inc., 04-1963. Source: www.dtic.mil

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COPYRIGHT GUIDANCE
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) is a U.S. Government agencyand provides information on this Web site as a public service of the U.S.Department of Defense.
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CONTENTS
Page
1.
Introduction
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TestProcedures
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ModelRange
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Equipment
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EffectiveHeight
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Static
Capacitance
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Base
Impedance
Measurements
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2.2.4
Current
Distribution
Measurements
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Field
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Corona
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Scale
Model
Factors
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Calibration
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