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nurul
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PostPosted: Wed Jun 22, 2011 12:04 pm    Post subject: scan blindness Reply with quote

Hello,

What is scan blindness? blind spot in an array?

Found an article that says - scan blindness occurs when
the propagation constant of a Floquet mode coincides with that of
a mode supported by the homogeneous substrate, resulting in large
input mismatch and in a propagating mode with complex propagation constant - what is thiiis? hehe

is this something that has to do with element spacing in an array?

Thanks a lot for the reply.
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