Science with the Square Kilometre Array, eds: C. Carilli, S. Rawlings, New Astronomy Reviews, Vol.48, Elsevier, December 2004
Table of contents and articles.
The SKA: an engineering perspective, P.Hall, Springer, 2005 – reprinted from Experimental astronomy, Vol 17, Nos 1-3, 2004
Table of content and articles.
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