Microwave and Geometrical Optics

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Academic Press, 1994 - Technology & Engineering - 626 pages
This complete manual covers the spectrum from theory to practice, providing readers with the fundamental information required for the design of microwave optical devices, as well as numerous ground-breaking theories.Nearly every chapter offers insight into an innovative or new aspect in the field, whether it is a new practical device, a new method of design treatment, a new appreciation of classical theories, or a new concept in optics of interest to engineers who wish to see their subjects in a broader light. This indispensable design manual also includes extensive references, illustrations, and tables. Extensively referenced Contains ground-breaking theories Supplements text with illustrations and tables

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Double Reflector Antennas
Lenses and Phase Corrected Reflectors
RayTracing in NonUniform Media

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