Principles of Microwave Measurements
by G.H. Bryant
The Institution of Engineering and Technology, 1993
eISBN: 978-1-84919-365-8 | Paper: 978-0-86341-296-7
Library of Congress Classification TK7876.B79 1993
Dewey Decimal Classification 621.38130287

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ABOUT THIS BOOK

With this book engineers will understand the fundamental theoretical bases of modern microwave measurements. The narrative is firmly based on the principles of swept frequency techniques, though single frequency measurements, for instance of power, are also fully covered. By the use of flowgraph techniques and careful approximations, the author has given physical meaning to the mathematical arguments and has been careful to show the practical and theoretical limitations on measurement accuracy. The book covers a wide range of microwave measurements in the time and frequency domains, including reflectometry, the Smith chart, spectrum analysers, vector and scalar analysers, multiports, power, noise, frequency stability, time domain reflectometry, and a comprehensive account of antenna far and near field measurements. It is particularly recommended for young engineers requiring a good background in microwave measurement principles and will also be a useful reference for more experienced engineers.

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