Microwave and radio frequency (RF) elements play an important role in communication systems, and, due to the proliferation of radar, satellite and mobile wireless systems, there is a need for the study of electromagnetism.
Each of the nine chapters of this book provides a complete analysis and modeling of the microwave structure used for emission or reception technology, providing students with a set of approaches that can be used for current and future RF and microwave circuit designs. The authors emphasize the practical nature of the subject by summarizing the analysis steps and giving numerous examples of problems and exercises complete with solutions, making this book theoretical, but also experimental, with over 16 microwave problems. This approach has produced a coherent and practical treatment of the subject.
The book has grown out of the authors’ own teaching and, as such, has a unity of methodology and style. It provides basic knowledge of microwave and RF range and is intended for microwave engineers and for advanced graduate students.
Part 1. Transmission Lines
1. Electromagnetic of TEM Transmission Lines.
2. Losses in TEM Transmission Lines.
3. Determination of the Characteristics of TEM Lines.
Part 2. Guides
4. Electromagnetic in Linear, Homogeneous, Isotropic and Lossless Guides.
5. Losses in Guides.
6. Rectangular TM and TE Guides.
7. Circular TM and TE Guides.
Part 3. Cavities
8. Rectangular TE011 Cavity.
9. Circular TEmnp AND TMmnp Cavities.
Pierre Jarry is Professor at the University of Bordeaux, France and the CNRS laboratory IMS (Intégration du Materiau au Système). His research focuses on the areas of microwave, distributed, multimode, and genetic microwave filters, among others.
Jacques N. Beneat is Assistant Professor at Norwich University in Vermont, USA. His research interests include microwave and filter design, radio propagation measurements, and modeling for emerging wireless networks.
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