"The editor has succeeded in collecting over 900 printed pages of significant material. . . . This text will find ample use on the desks of microwave and antenna engineers." -Microwave Journal
With its unparalleled scope of coverage and its roster of eminent contributing authors, Microwave Passive and Antenna Components offers a wealth of detailed information that will prove useful to engineers dealing with microwave components.
Includes coverage of:
• Transmission Lines
• Transmission-Line Discontinuities
• Filters, Hybrids and Couplers, Power Combiners, and Matching Networks
• Cavities and Resonators
• Ferrite Control Components
• Microwave Surface Acoustic Wave Devices p9e Quasi-Optical Techniques
• Components for Surveillance and Electronic Warfare Receivers
• Microwave Measurements
• Antennas -Fundamental and Numeric Methods
• Reflector, Lens, Horn, and Other Microwave Antennas of Conventional Configuration
• Array, Millimeter Wave, and Integrated Antennas
• Microstrip Antennas
About the Author
KAI CHANG is a professor in the Electrical Engineering Department of Texas A&M University where he teaches and performs research in microwave devices and circuits. Previously he was a section head at TRW, Inc. where he was responsible for millimeter-wave integrated circuit component and subsystem development. Prior to this, Dr. Chang was a supervisor at Hughes Aircraft Company, where he was involved in the development of microwave circuits, millimeter-wave oscillators, and power combiners. Dr. Chang is the author of a number of book chapters and has published over 90 technical papers on microwave circuits, components, and subsystems. He earned his PhD in electrical engineering at the University of Michigan.
Table of Contents
Filters, Hybrids and Couplers, Power Combiners, and Matching Networks.
Cavities and Resonators.
Ferrite Control Components.
Microwave Surface Acoustic Wave Devices.
Components for Surveillance and Electronic Warfare Receivers.
Antennas I: Fundamental and Numerical Methods.
Antennas II: Reflector, Lens, Horn, and Other Microwave Antennas of Conventional Configuration.
Antennas III: Array, Millimeter Wave, and Integrated Antennas.
Antennas IV: Microstrip Antennas.