Microwave Filters for Communication Systems: Fundamentals, Design and Applications

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Wiley, Jul 27, 2007 - Technology & Engineering - 804 pages
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There have been significant advances in the synthesis and physical realization of microwave filter networks over the last three decades. This book provides a coherent and readable description of system requirements and constraints for microwave filters, fundamental considerations in the theory and design of microwave filters, up-to-date modern synthesis techniques with examples and technology considerations in the choice of hardware.

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If you are looking for a well rounded, thorough text on the design and analysis of microwave filters, then this book definitely belongs on your desk. Cameron, Mansour and Kudsia apply decades of experience from aerospace industry and distil that down into a practical guide on almost all required topics in Microwave Filter Design. 

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Excellent reference book for the microwave filter design engineers.


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Richard J. Cameron is the retired technical director of COM DEV Europe, Visiting Professor at the University of Leeds (UK), and is a Fellow of IEE and IEEE.

Dr. Chandra M. Kudsia is Adjunct Professor at the University of Waterloo,a Fellow of IEEE, AIAA and EIC, and the retired chief scientist of COM DEV Space Group.

Dr. Raafat R. Mansour is a Professor at the University of Waterloo, former director of R&D at COM DEV International, and is a Fellow of IEEE.

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