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Rectangular (2.5×2 cm 2 ) antennas fastened to an end of a transmission line were pulse-excited by 0.5 ns rise time pulses for radiation of ultra-wideband signals. Wideband horn antennas were used for receiving the signals and wideband sampling oscilloscope was used for their visualization. The signals were registered in 1-5.6 GHz frequency range and had the quasi-Gauss envelope form. The plane antennas made of Cu, resistive Al, and resistive nanostructured Ni thin films on supportingdoi:10.3952/lithjphys.49105 fatcat:vwzwwfgedrgffeunfyt3ah2df4