Microwave Engineering Tutorial
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About the Book
Of all the waves found in the electromagnetic spectrum, Microwaves are a special type of electromagnetic radiation that is used in many ways, from cooking simple popcorn to studying the nearby galaxies!!
This tutorial will help readers get an overall knowledge on how Microwaves work and how we use them in several applications.
This tutorial will be helpful for all those readers who want to learn the basics of Microwave Engineering. The readers will gain knowledge on how Microwave signals are generated, controlled, transmitted, and measured.
It is a simple tutorial written in a lucid way. We believe almost any reader having a basic knowledge of analog and digital communication can use this tutorial to good effect.
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