Footnotes for The Lindenblad

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(1) The Satellite Experimenter's Handbook, pages 6-17 to 6-20. By Martin R. Davidoff, K2UBC. Published by the ARRL and also available from AMSAT.

(2) Sodja H, W6SHP, "Lindenblad Antennas for Microsat Omnidirectional Reception", AMSAT Journal Volume 13, No. 3, July 1990; pp 4-30. Published by AMSAT-NA.

(3) Sodja H, W6SHP, "Lindenblad Serendipity and Enlightenment", AMSAT Journal Volume 14, No.6, Nov/Dec 1991: pp 15-18. Published by AMSAT-NA.

(4) MININEC, by Brian Beezley, K6STI, 507 1/2 Taylor St., Vista, Ca. 92084. MININEC Lindenblad modeling by Stu Mitchell, WD4ECK/7, 3030 El Dorado, Medford Or. 97504, USA.

(5) W. L. Stutzman, G. A. Thiele, ANTENNA THEORY AND DESIGN, John Wiley & Sons, Inc., New York, 1981; p 47.

(6) The ARRL Antenna Handbook, 15th edition, p 26-9 to 26-10. Published by the ARRL

(7) Ott, R, W6XY, A Lindenblad Circularly Polarized Antenna For Amateur Satellite Communications", AMSAT Journal Volume 14, No.6, Nov/Dec 1991, Published by AMSAT-NA.

(8) Lewallen, R, W7EL, "MININEC: The Other Edge of the Sword", QST Volume 75, No. 2, February 1991; pp 18-22. Published by the ARRL.

(9) W. N. Caron, ANTENNA IMPEDANCE MATCHING, American Radio Relay League, Newington, Ct, 1989; p 1-12, 1-13.

(10) The Radio Amateur's Handbook, 1980, pages 14-9 to 14-10. Published by the ARRL. OSCAR News No 113, June 1995, page 6. Published by AMSAT-UK.

(11) Oscar News, June 1990, Number 83, page 12, "The JARL News". (from JAMSAT and Westlink Report). Published by AMSAT-UK

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