Lal, "A conformal cylindrical array
for producing omnidirectional radiation pattern," IEEE Trans.
A conventional cylindrical array
operating at a nominal 5 kHz is the basis of a system that exploits the range advantage of lower frequencies.
Here's how Z goes thermonuclear: About the size of a hockey rink, the machine pumps 19 million amperes of electric current through a bracelet-size, cylindrical array
of tungsten wires within about 100-billionths of a second.
The genetic algorithm is implemented on a PC that controls the eight-element cylindrical array
The pulse is released vertically through a cylindrical array
of 240 fine tungsten wires 4 centimeters in diameter by 2 centimeters long.
Powell, "A printed circuit cylindrical array
antenna," IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation, Vol.
The far-field radiation pattern produced by this M x N elements cylindrical array
can be expressed as:
AMANDA's cylindrical array
of tubes already exceeds 120 meters in diameter and 400 meters in depth, dwarfing other neutrino detectors, and tubes are still being added.
Varnes, "An L-band Vehicle-mounted Cylindrical Array
for Satellite Communications," Proceedings 1994 IEEE Singapore International Conference on Communications Systems, Singapore, November 1994.
antennas are mainly utilized when full azimuth scanning is required, however in many practical applications where a curved platform is available, such as missiles, ships and aircrafts, full azimuth scanning is not required [11, 12].
The cylindrical patch  used to be adopted in order to solve the feeding problem, but the cost of constructing such a cylindrical array
antenna is usually high, since the antennas had to conform to the cylindrical ground surface.
46), propels a huge electric charge into a hollow cylindrical array
of thin wires.