Industrial Microwave Sensors
Artech House, 1989 - Technology & Engineering - 351 pages
Textbook designed for an advanced undergraduate course in industrial applications of microwaves. Provides knowledge about the possibilities of the microwave technique in implementing practical measurement sensors. Knowledge of the fundamentals of physics and electronics is assumed. Annotation copyri
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Dielectric Properties of Materials
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amplitude angle antenna aperture applications attenuation bandwidth brightness temperature calculated capacitance capacitor caused cavity resonator circuit coaxial line components conductor constant coupling cylindrical density depends detected detector Dielectric Properties dipole distance effect electric field strength electromagnetic electronic equation error European Microwave Conf example Figure free-space function Gaussian beam holography IEEE Trans impedance insertion loss Instr interface layer liquid loss power lossy magnetic field material measurement frequency measurement system medium metal meter method microstrip Microwave Power microwave sensors moisture multiple reflections noise oscillator permittivity measurements phase detector phase shift plane wave plate polarization probe Proc propagation factor quality factor radar radiation radiometer Radiometry ratio reflection coefficient resonance mode resonant frequency resonator sensor Section signal Sihvola stripline stripline resonator structure Stuchly surement surface technique thermography thickness Tiuri transmission line transmission sensor transmitted two-conductor usually values vector voltage wave impedance waveguide wavelength