Antenna Handbook

Volume III Applications

  • Y. T. Lo
  • S. W. Lee

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xi
  2. F. Schwering, A. A. Oliner
    Pages 1-148
  3. Raymond Tang
    Pages 149-178
  4. J. S. Ajioka, J. L. McFarland
    Pages 179-300
  5. W. D. Burnside, R. J. Marhefka
    Pages 301-400
  6. C. C. Han, Y. Hwang
    Pages 401-513
  7. J. C. Shiue, L. R. Dod
    Pages 514-569
  8. D. A. Hill
    Pages 570-595
  9. C. H. Durney, M. F. Iskander
    Pages 596-654
  10. R. E. Franks
    Pages 655-680
  11. C. E. Smith
    Pages 681-727
  12. G. W. Collins
    Pages 728-768
  13. Back Matter
    Pages A-2-I-69

About this book


Technology has advanced to such a degree over the last decade that it has been almost impossible to find up-to-date coverage of antennas. Antenna Handbook, edited by two of the world's most distinguished antenna speciallists, presents the most advanced antenna theory and designs and demonstrates their application in a wide variety of technical fields. They offer a staggering amount of in-depth data and analysis on a wide range of topics, supported by formulas, curves, and results, as well as derivations.


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Editors and affiliations

  • Y. T. Lo
    • 1
  • S. W. Lee
    • 1
  1. 1.Electromagnetics Laboratory Department of Electrical and Computer EngineeringUniversity of Illinois-UrbanaUSA

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