EuCAP

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EuCAPEuropean Conference on Antennas and Propagation
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Pucci, "Accuracy in reverberation chamber for wireless testing: Simple formulas for the number of independent samples," Proceedings of EuCAP 2009, 2673-2677, Berlin, Germany, Mar.
For example, prior to adding the EUCAP panels, only 76 percent of the colors available on North American Audi vehicles were present in the NAPF.
EUCAP Sahel Niger is a civilian mission supporting the Nigerien security institutions/forces (Police, Gendarmerie, National Guard, Armed forces) to reinforce the rule of law and Nigerien capacities to fight terrorism and organised crime.
Rieche Marie "Land Mobile Satellite Propagation Characteristics from Knife-Edge Diffraction Modeling and Hemispheric Images" 2015 EuCAP
gharssalah "A Discution of a SRR Parasitic Antenna for an RFID TAG ANTENNA by Using Lumped Elements", EUCAP 2012, pp 3181-3185 March 2012, republic tcheq,
of the 3rd European Conference on Antennas and Propagation, EuCAP 2009, 2321-2325, Berlin, Germany, Mar.
Shaker, "Reflectarrays for satellite telecommunication antennas," EuCAP 2007, 1-6, Edinburgh, 2007.
Ministers were briefed by the commanders of several Common Security and Defence Policy (CSDP) operations, including EU NAVFOR Atalanta, EUTM Somalia, EUFOR Althea and EUCAP Nestor, the Cyprus Presidency said in a statement.
To help tackle this, the EU is supporting Nigerien authorities through our civillian Common Security and Defence Policy Mission EUCAP Sahel Niger with advice and training, in order to strengthen their capacities in the fight against terrorism and organised crime.
BRUSSELS, June 6 (KUNA) -- The EU decided Monday to increase the budget of its mission called EUCAP Sahel Mali by 4.
Vardaxoglou, "A broadband high-gain resonant cavity antenna with single feed," First European Conference on Antennas and Propagation, EuCAP 2006, 1-5, Nov.
Migliaccio, "An effective indicator for NLOS, nLOS, LOS propagation channels conditions," Proceedings o EUCAP 2012, 1422-1426, Prague, Czech Republic, Mar.