By Ben A. Munk
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Although these inventors claimed improvement (see line 27) that sounds a bit high (possibly because the long rod case was purely designed), they nevertheless were the first to present the concept of “tuned elements” (see lines 38-42). To paraphrase, they state that the length of the sections should be preferably h/2 but may be made greater or less by inserting in it either a condenser or an inductance. The author was unaware of the above facts when his patent on a “periodic surface for large scan angles” was filed on October 16, 1968 (it was under secrecy order until it was granted on January 29, 1974).
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2: Group I : The center connected or N-poles, such as the simple straight element, three-legged element; anchor elements; the jerusalem cross; and the square spiral. Group 2: The loop types such as the three- and four-legged loaded elements; the circular loops; and the square and hexagonal loops. Group 3: Solid interior or plate types of various shapes. Group 4: Combinations. The list is endless! 2. Typical element types arranged in groups. 1 "Gangbuster" Surface A simple example of the so-called gangbuster surface first presented in Kornbau's dissertation  is shown in the insert of Fig.
Frequency Selective Surfaces: Theory and Design by Ben A. Munk