As the radio frequency spectrum is quickly filling with wireless services, mobile communication applications have turned to microwaves. Here is the fundamental guide to both basic microwave engineering and principles and the latest wireless applications. Designed for working engineers and students, it fully explains the connection between microwaves and wireless technologies, providing convenient one-volume coverage of communications, radar, and antenna applications.
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Join the New Age of Microwave Engineering. Beyond traditional microwave engineering lies an intriguing new set of challenges. More and more the spectra of choice in the rapidly expanding field of mobile communications, microwaves offer exciting opportunities to engineers. This up-to-the-minute guide gives you both a thorough grounding in basic microwave engineering principles plus all the information you need to develop circuits and systems for the newest applications. Comprehensive and rigorous enough for use as a text, this book offers engineers and advanced students a clear understanding of microwave engineering in: Radar; Communications; Antennas; Mobile Radio.
You'll also get complete coverage of: Transmission Lines; Electromagnetic Waves; Matching; Matrix Representation of Circuits and Signal Flow Graphs; Microstrip; Waveguides; Passive Device; Active Devices; Detectors and Mixers; Control Circuits; Amplifiers and Oscillators; Microwave Measurement. In this age of mobile telecommunications, Microwave Engineering with Wireless Applications may become the most valuable resource you own.
S.R. Pennock and P.R. Shepherd are both Professors of Electronic and Electrical Engineering at the University of Bath in the United Kingdom.
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Book Description McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing, 1998. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0070497222