From: L. B. Cebik (firstname.lastname@example.org)
In the US, the contents (intellectual property) may be copyright, but a
title is not copyrightable. Hence, in modern art, there are innumerable
"#12" titled paintings. So you may call the work War and Peace, Gone With
the Wind, or any other such title as befits our encounters with antennas,
whether used before or not, recently or distantly. Title should also not
be confused with registered trademarks, which have a different set of
rules, regs, and laws.
Of course, the subject of this note now has me thinking of great titles
from the world's literature that would also be great titles for antenna
books. Two groups: a. undistubed titles, like Gone with the Wind; b.
fractured titles, like War and Pieces.
Enough of that--be at ease, your title is legal--at least here.
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