Book Reconfigurable Antenna Design for THz B and 6G Applications 1st Dr. S. Mohankumar, Mrs. Shilpa Bhairanatti Dr. S. Mohankumar, Mrs. Shilpa Bhairanatti 978-93-91303-41-9 Jupiter Publications Consortium Prof. S. MageshChennai, India 23042022 ... ... ...

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Name of the Book: Reconfigurable Antenna Design for THz B and 6G Applications


Author(s) : Dr. S. Mohankumar, Mrs. Shilpa Bhairanatti



Keywords: Reconfigurable Antenna Design,THz B, 6G Applications



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ISBN: 978-93-91303-41-9


Volume: 2022


Edition: 1


Pages: 200


Price: INR 350/=


First Published: October, 2022




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Mohankumar.S, Shilpa Bhairanatti.,(2022). Reconfigurable Antenna Design for THz B and 6G Applications (1st ed., pp. 1-200). Jupiter Publications consortium,ISBN:978-93-91303-02-0, DOI: