I wonder if some of the LFers work on the efficiencies of small antennas
From: IEE [mailto:[email protected]]
Sent: 2003 July 01 19:38
To: Talbot Andrew
Subject: [IEE Events] IEE Measurement Prize
Do you know someone who has carried out novel or outstanding work in the
of electrical or electromagnetic measurement?
If so, they could be eligible to apply for the 2003 IEE Measurement Prize.
The Prize is awarded annually and is sponsored by the National Physical
Laboratory. This year the prize money has been doubled to £1,000 and
the winner(s) will also receive a certificate and a medal. The closing date
for nominations is 31 July 2003 and the prize will be presented at the
Wheatstone Measurement Event on 10 December 2003 at Savoy Place, London.
Individuals or groups may nominate themselves or be put forward by a third
Full details of eligibility and a nomination form can be found at
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