Millimetre-Wave Optics, Devices and Systems

Millimetre-Wave Optics, Devices and Systems

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The millimetre-wavelength region of the electromagnetic spectrum is increasingly exploited for a wide range of commercial, industrial, and military applications. Conventionally, this region is considered as lying qaboveq microwaves and qbelowq the infrared. Hence, in practice, millimetre-wave scientists have tended to pick and mix useful techniques on an empirical basis from both these areas. Millimetre-Wave Optics, Devices and Systems describes the fundamental physics of the quasi-optical techniques, devices, and system design for instruments processing millimetre-wave signals. Relevant ideas from Gaussian beam mode theory and antenna and transmission line theory are brought together to show the underlying unity of optics and electronics. Aimed at advanced undergraduates and postgraduates as well as millimetre-wave, laser optics, antenna, and microwave engineers, this book will also be of interest to manufacturers of millimetre-wave and microwave equipment.10.1 Circuit Symbols and Design Electronics engineers make considerable use of circuit diagrams to record information on complex arrangements ... A circuit diagram does not usually specify every physical detail of the circuit that it describes.


Title:Millimetre-Wave Optics, Devices and Systems
Author: J.C.G Lesurf
Publisher:CRC Press - 1990-01-01
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