The Handbook of Antenna Design, Volume 1
Alan W. Rudge
IET, 1982 - Technology & Engineering - 710 pages
These books present the fundamental background, theory and analytical techniques of antenna design, dealing with a very wide range of antenna types from very low frequencies to millimeter waves.
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