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Superluminal Effects on Fine Wires, Part I

Harold W. Milnes
Year: 1999
The theoretical basis is found for previously experimentally uncovered evidence that signals can be transmitted at superluminary velocities by fine wires. The effect is shown to depend on the existence of variables-separable type solutions, unrecognized heretofor, to the partial integro-differential equations of classical transmission line theory.
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