The Handbook of Antenna Design, Volume 1

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Alan W. Rudge
IET, 1982 - Technology & Engineering - 710 pages
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  • Authored by a multi-national group of antenna experts of international standing.
  • Presents the principles and applications of antenna design, with emphasis upon key developments in the last 15 years.
  • Fundamental background theory and analytical techniques explained in detail where appropriate.
  • Includes extensive design data and numerous examples of practical application.
  • Deals with a very wide range of antenna types, operating from very low frequencies to millimetre waves.
  • New measurement techniques described in detail.
  • Covers associated topics such as radomes, array signal processing and coaxial components.
  • Includes design data for antennas for satellite and terrestrial communications, radar, mobile communications and broadcasting.

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Quasioptical antenna design and applications W V T Kitsch T S Chu
Theory of quasioptical antennas W V T Rusch
Primary feed antennas A W Love A W Rudge and A D Olver
Hybrid antennas R J Mailloux
Multiple beam antennas L J Ricardi
Low and medium gain microwave antennas J Bach Andersen
Antenna measurements J AppelHansen J D Dyson

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About the author (1982)

Dr Alan Rudge has had more than 15 years experience in antenna research and design at Universities and Institutions in the U.K. and the U.S.A. He is currently Managing Director of ERA Technology Ltd in the U.K., where he has established an international centre for antenna research and design.