## Introduction to Radio EngineeringThe book introduces the basic foundations of high mathematics and vector algebra. Then, it explains the basic aspects of classical electrodynamics and electromagnetism. Based on such knowledge readers investigate various radio propagation problems related to guiding structures connecting electronic devices with antenna terminals placed at the different radar systems. It explains the role of antennas in process of transmission of radio signals between the terminals. Finally, it shows the relation between the main operational charactistics of each kind of radar and the corresponding knowledge obtained from the previous chapters. |

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### Table des matières

NTRODUCTION TO CLASSICAL | |

Electromagnetic Waves Propagation in Various | |

Reflection and Refraction of Electromagnetic | |

GUIDING STRUCTURES AND GUIDING | |

Transmission Lines | |

Coaxial Cables | |

Waveguides | |

ANTENA FUNDAMENTALS | |

RADAR FUNDAMENTALS | |

Physical Fundamentals of GroundPenetrating | |

ESPUWB Radar Systems Applications | |

### Autres éditions - Tout afficher

Introduction to Radio Engineering Nathan Blaunstein,Christos Christodoulou,Mikhail Sergeev Aucun aperçu disponible - 2016 |

Introduction to Radio Engineering Nathan Blaunstein,Christos G. Christodoulou,Mikhail Sergeev Aucun aperçu disponible - 2020 |

### Expressions et termes fréquents

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