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Introduction to Microwaves : Microwave Library - Fred E. Gardiol

Introduction to Microwaves

Microwave Library

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Published: 19th December 1984
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Foreword
General Background
Main Definitionsp. 1
Properties of Microwavesp. 4
Historical Landmarksp. 7
Basic Assumptionsp. 9
Transmission Lines and Waveguides
Definitions and Classificationp. 15
Propagation within a Closed Homogeneous Metallic Waveguidep. 20
Rectangular Waveguidep. 37
Circular Waveguidep. 48
Other Hollow Waveguidesp. 57
Two-Conductor Lines: TEM Modesp. 58
Perturbation Methodsp. 62
Inhomogeneous Lines and Waveguidesp. 70
Simple Case: Dielectric Platep. 73
Circular Dielectric Waveguide, Optical Fiberp. 81
Planar Linesp. 90
Problemsp. 106
Resonant Cavities
Introduction and General Backgroundp. 109
Study of a Closed Homogeneous Cavityp. 110
Cavity Made of a Section of Transmission Linep. 116
Perturbation Methodsp. 129
Open Cavitiesp. 136
Notions of Excitationp. 143
Problemsp. 145
Generators and Amplifiers
Basic Principlesp. 147
Crossed Field Tubes: Magnetronsp. 149
Klystronsp. 157
Tubes with Distributed Couplingp. 165
Gyrotronsp. 174
Transferred Electron Generatorsp. 176
Avalanche and Transit Timep. 182
Transistorsp. 185
Frequency Multiplicationp. 188
Low Noise Amplifiersp. 192
Practical Notesp. 196
Problemsp. 200
Signal Measurements
Quantities Characterizing the Signalp. 203
Mechanical Measurements of Frequencyp. 204
Frequency Countersp. 208
Spectrum Analyzerp. 214
Mechanical Measurement of Powerp. 217
Measurement of Power by Thermal Conversionp. 219
Sources of Errorsp. 224
Measurement of the Pulse Powerp. 228
Cathode Ray Tubesp. 231
Problemsp. 231
Microwave Devices
Scattering Matrixp. 255
One-Port Devicesp. 244
Two-Port Devicesp. 247
Three-Port Devicesp. 265
Four-Port Devicesp. 272
Six-Port Devicesp. 285
Nonreciprocal Ferrite Devicesp. 287
Solid-State Control Devicesp. 306
Insertion of Electronic Componentsp. 311
Problemsp. 315
Device Measurements
Principles of Comparative Measurementsp. 319
Reflection Measurements: Slotted Linep. 323
Reflectometryp. 332
Attenuation and Phaseshiftp. 342
Cavity Measurementsp. 354
Measurement of the Noise Figurep. 358
Problemsp. 365
Applications
Radarp. 367
Communicationsp. 374
Microwave Heatingp. 394
Biological Effectsp. 400
Measurements of Materialsp. 403
Radiometryp. 411
Transfer of Energyp. 414
Particle Acceleratorsp. 415
Problemsp. 416
Transmission Line Fundamentals
Introductionp. 419
Lossless Two-Conductor Linep. 419
Generalized Transmission Linep. 421
Boundary Conditionsp. 423
Particular Case: Lossless Propagating Linep. 426
Matchingp. 435
Appendices
Vector Calculusp. 439
Integral Relationshipsp. 446
Bessel Functionsp. 448
Modified Bessel Functionsp. 452
Similarities between Microwaves and Acousticsp. 455
Tables for Rectangular and Circular Waveguidesp. 456
Properties of Materials Currently used at Microwavesp. 458
Graphical Symbols Utilized at Microwavesp. 458
Solutions to the Problemsp. 463
Bibliographyp. 471
Glossaryp. 485
Alphabetical Indexp. 489
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ISBN: 9780890061343
ISBN-10: 0890061343
Series: Microwave Library
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 512
Published: 19th December 1984
Publisher: Artech House Publishers
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 22.9 x 15.2  x 3.3
Weight (kg): 0.92