Adam Kusiek
Adam Kusiek
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Analysis of scattering from arbitrary configuration of cylindrical objects using hybrid finite-difference mode-matching method
A Kusiek, J Mazur
Progress In Electromagnetics Research 97, 105-127, 2009
282009
A new hybrid method for analysis of scattering from arbitrary configuration of cylindrical objects
A Kusiek, R Lech, J Mazur
IEEE transactions on antennas and propagation 56 (6), 1725-1733, 2008
212008
An analysis of probe-fed rectangular patch antennas with multilayer and multipatch configurations on cylindrical surfaces
R Lech, W Marynowski, A Kusiek, J Mazur
IEEE transactions on antennas and propagation 62 (6), 2935-2945, 2014
152014
Investigations of the circulation effects in the structure using ferrite coupled slot‐line section
A Kusiek, M Marynowski, J Mazur
Microwave and Optical Technology Letters 49 (3), 692-696, 2007
142007
Microstrip four-port circulator using a ferrite coupled line section
W Marynowski, A Kusiek, J Mazur
AEU-International Journal of Electronics and Communications 63 (9), 801-808, 2009
122009
An analysis of elliptical-rectangular multipatch structure on dielectric-coated confocal and nonconfocal elliptic cylinders
R Lech, W Marynowski, A Kusiek
IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation 63 (1), 97-105, 2014
102014
Hybrid technique for the analysis of scattering from periodic structures composed of irregular objects
A Kusiek, R Lech, J Mazur
Progress In Electromagnetics Research 135, 657-675, 2013
102013
Design of a broadband microstrip crossover for ultra‐wideband applications
A Kusiek, W Marynowski, J Mazur
Microwave and Optical Technology Letters 52 (5), 1100-1104, 2010
102010
Resonance frequency calculation of a multilayer and multipatch spherical microstrip structure using a hybrid technique
A Kusiek, R Lech
IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation 64 (11), 4948-4953, 2016
92016
Scattering from a cylindrical object of arbitrary cross section with the use of field matching method
R Lech, P Kowalczyk, A Kusiek
IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation 64 (11), 4883-4887, 2016
92016
Microstrip ferrite coupled line isolators
W Marynowski, A Kusiek, J Mazur
2006 International Conference on Microwaves, Radar & Wireless Communications …, 2006
92006
Investigations of cylindrical ferrite coupled line junction using hybrid technique
A Kusiek, W Marynowski, J Mazur
Progress In Electromagnetics Research 120, 143-164, 2011
82011
Hybrid finite-difference/mode-matching method for analysis of scattering from arbitrary configuration of rotationally-symmetrical posts
A Kusiek, J Mazur
Progress In Electromagnetics Research 110, 23-42, 2010
82010
Analysis of scattering from arbitrary configuration of elliptical obstacles using T-matrix representation
A Kusiek, P Kowalczyk, J Mazur
IET microwaves, antennas & propagation 2 (5), 434-441, 2008
82008
Investigations of four-port circulator utilizing cylindrical ferrite coupled line junction
A Kusiek, W Marynowski, J Mazur
Progress In Electromagnetics Research 134, 379-395, 2013
72013
An analysis of multistrip line configuration on elliptical cylinder
A Kusiek, R Lech, W Marynowski, J Mazur
IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques 63 (6), 1800-1808, 2015
62015
Investigations of nonreciprocal devices employing cylindrical ferrite coupled line junction
A Kusiek, W Marynowski, J Mazur
Journal of Electromagnetic Waves and Applications 26 (13), 1685-1693, 2012
62012
Application of hybrid finite‐difference mode‐matching method to analysis of structures loaded with axially symmetrical posts
A Kusiek, J Mazur
Microwave and Optical Technology Letters 53 (1), 189-194, 2011
62011
Investigations of broadband multilayered coupled line couplers
W Marynowski, A Kusiek, A Walesieniuk, J Mazur
2008 14th Conference on Microwave Techniques, 1-4, 2008
62008
Finite ground CPW-fed UWB antenna over the metallic cylindrical surfaces
R Lech, W Marynowski, A Kusiek
Progress In Electromagnetics Research 140, 545-562, 2013
52013
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