Artech House, 1992 - Technology & Engineering - 412 pages
This book covers all the major types of microwave sources, their distinguishing features, the primary research issues and the fundamental limits on performance. The book traces the technological trends that form the historical foundations of the field and compares the capabilities of HPM to those of conventional microwaves. It is also a text of reference for research into fast photoconducting switching, electromagnetic missiles and pulse compression.
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