Introduction to the Microwave Engineering Handbook
The aim of these books is to provide a general reference work on microwave engineering that includes aspects from basic components to full systems working at microwave frequencies. They are intended for advanced students and engineers who have a basic training in physics and some knowledge of electromagnetic theory and practice and who wish to learn more about microwave techniques as they are used in present day applications.
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