Электронная книга: Dominique Lesselier «Non-standard Antennas»

Non-standard Antennas

This book aims at describing the wide variety of new technologies and concepts of non-standard antenna systems– reconfigurable, integrated, terahertz, deformable, ultra-wideband, using metamaterials, or MEMS, etc, and how they open the way to a wide range of applications, from personal security and communications to multifunction radars and towed sonars, or satellite navigation systems, with space-time diversity on transmit and receive. A reference book for designers in this lively scientific community linking antenna experts and signal processing engineers.

Издательство: "John Wiley&Sons Limited"

ISBN: 9781118601679

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