Microwave engineers' handbook, Volume 2
These two volumes are clearly the most complete reference sources for working microwave engineers and technicians available today, containing vital microwave material no longer available in one source. Each chapter contains hundreds of indispensable charts, graphs, and tables that you'll refer to daily.
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acoustic ANTENNA NOISE TEMPERATURE Aperture ASYMMETRIC COUPLER attenuator Band bandwidth Beamwidth Calibration Characteristics of Principal Chebyshev Arrays COAXIAL copyright 1964 Courtesy of R. C. decibels delay Design detector Devices diameter Dipoles Directional Couplers distortion equation error excess noise ratio Ferrite Field Function Gain Handbook Hybrid IEEE TRANS IMPEDANCE INSERTION LOSS ISOLATED PORT Kelvin Klystrons Line Source LINEAR ARRAY logarithmic amplifier loops Low Noise Magnetrons maximum Microwave Scanning Antennas MICROWAVE THEORY Noise Figure Noise Figure Measurements noise source Noise Temperature Nomogram Nomograph OPTIMUM output Paraboloidal parameters peak power phase PIN DIODE Power Density Pulse R. C. Hansen Radiation receiver Reflection Coefficient Resonance Saturation Magnetization Sidelobe SIDELOBE LEVEL signal SKIN DEPTH Space stage Standards stepped coupling stripline Symmetrical Systems TAPERED THEORY AND TECHNIQUES Transistors Transmission Tubes Tunnel Diode Typical Voltage VSWR Waveguide X Band