Breakthrough With Microwave by Wire (1965)

By Dr. Theodore Hafner, Surface Conduction, Inc.

Wire or wireless. he surface wave, a third medium combining privacy of wire with the low loss of radiation. The surface wave, a fundamentally novel wave mode. Simple (though only theoretical) derivation of existence of surface wave; its low loss and wide applicability.

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