Quasioptical Systems

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Springer, Feb 28, 1998 - Science - 412 pages
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Combining a general introduction to Gaussian beams and quasioptical propagation with practical applications, Quasioptical Systems provides a state-of-the-art treatment of the design of low-loss, broadband systems at microwave to submillimeter wavelengths. The approach presented involves utilizing a beam with a Gaussian distribution of field strength perpendicular to its axis, which in turn propagates in a simple, predictable fashion.

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DAVID GOLDSMITH is Professor of Chemistry at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia. Professor Goldsmith is former Chair of the Emory Chemistry Department and has been Visiting Professor at Strasbourg, Mulhouse, and Grenoble. Professor Goldsmith received his PhD in organic chemistry from Columbia University, and his research interests have been principally in the field of natural product synthesis.