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Since 1952, this journal has delivered many thousands of articles on a wide range of topics of interest to specialists, practicing engineers, educators and students in the field of interest of the IEEE Antennas & Propagation Society (see Scope of Articles in the Transactions). The Transactions publishes 12 issues per year and occasional Special Issues amounting to about 6000 pages annually.

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