McGraw-Hill Higher Education, 2008 - Technology & Engineering - 516 pages
Part of the McGraw-Hill Core Concepts Series, Microwave Engineering thoroughly covers the basic principles, analysis, design and measurement techniques necessary for an introductory undergraduate or graduate course in microwave engineering. The text includes comprehensive coverage, with chapters on the applications of microwave engineering, including antennae, radar, communication systems, and industrial applications of microwaves, as well as microwave measurements and microwave radiation hazards and safety measures. Pedagogy such as numerous illustrations, solved examples, and practice exercises reinforce pratical design concepts. About the Core Concepts in Electrical Engineering Series:As advances in networking and communications bring the global academic community even closer together, it is essential that textbooks recognize and respond to this shift. It is in this spirit that we will publish textbooks in the McGraw-Hill Core Concepts in Electrical Engineering Series. The series will offer textbooks for the global electrical engineering curriculum that are reasonably priced, innovative, dynamic, and will cover fundamental subject areas studied by Electrical and Computer Engineering students. Written with a global perspective and presenting the latest in technological advances, these books will give students of all backgrounds a solid foundation in key engineering subjects.
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