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Microwave Antenna Theory and Design. Electromagnetics and Radar

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Microwave Antenna Theory and Design is an unabridged reprint of the book published by McGraw Hill, as Volume 12 of the MIT Radiation Laboratory Series in 1949. The Editor of the Volume, the late Professor Samuel Silver, contributed extensively to the text and subsequently became one of the best known people in the world of radio science.

Although published in 1949, Microwave Antenna Theory and Design, or 'Silver' as it is commonly known, still remains today essential reading for all those engaged in the microwave antenna field and many subsequent texts have assumed the readers' familiarity with the material in Silver. Access to it has become increasingly difficult with the passage of time and so it is hoped that this reprint will find a ready market among engineers.

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- Chapter 1: Survey of microwave antenna design problems
- Chapter 2: Circuit relations, reciprocity theorems
- Chapter 3: Radiation from current distributions
- Chapter 4: Wavefronts and rays
- Chapter 5: Scattering and diffraction
- Chapter 6: Aperture illumination and antenna patterns
- Chapter 7: Microwave transmission lines
- Chapter 8: Microwave dipole antennas and feeds
- Chapter 9: Linear-array antennas and feeds
- Chapter 10: Waveguide and horn feeds
- Chapter 11: Dielectric and metal-plate lenses
- Chapter 12: Pencil-beam and simple fanned-beam antennas
- Chapter 13: Shaped-beam antennas
- Chapter 14: Antenna installation problems
- Chapter 15: Antenna measurements - techniques
- Chapter 16: Antenna measurements - equipment
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Samuel Silver Naval Research Laboratory, Washington, D.C., USA.
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