Microwave Engineering

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Focusing on the design of microwave circuits and components, this valuable reference offers professionals and students an introduction to the fundamental concepts necessary for real world design. The author successfully introduces Maxwell's equations, wave propagation, network analysis, and design principles as applied to modern microwave engineering. A considerable amount of material in this book is related to the design of specific microwave circuits and components, for both practical and motivational value. It also ...

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Nidzam

Apr 10, 2008

A must for a researcher

This book basically covers all aspects needed for researcher in the field of electromagnetic and radio frequency. Simple, easy to understand and pack with references and examples. I should recommend to everyone in the field.

blessed

Jun 1, 2007

Excellent microwave book

Best book I have come across.Highly recommended.

superg

Apr 27, 2007

Good for student and reseacher in microwaves

Very good basic book for beginners and advanced students in microwaves.
Moreover is a coplete reference book for researchers and workers in microwaves.
It is easier (less formulas and more pragmatic) and newer (it has written after) than classic Collin's microwave book. Respect to that book is more complete when planar waveguides (e.g. microstrip lines, coupled lines, coplanar lines) are discussed.

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