The Microwave Engineering Handbook provides the only complete reference available on microwave engineering. The three volumes of the handbook cover the entire field of microwave engineering, from basic components to system design. All entries in the handbook are written by experts in the area, bringing together an unrivalled collection of expertise on microwave technology. Volume 3: Microwave systems and applications provides a thorough introduction to the principal applications of microwave technology. Telecommunication, broadcasting, detection and ranging and scientific and industrial applications are covered with appendices on microwave measurement and frequency allocation. This volume shows the range of current and developing applications for microwave technology and will enable readers to appreciate the variety of applications and the requirements for the various system types.2.26(a) is a schematic diagram of an half-OMUX: here again, two manifolds are used, one connecting the ... The power amplifiers Each channel is equipped with its own power amplification chain with a gain of about 55 dB or even more. The main ... Of course, tubes remain needed for the higher frequencies (e.g., 20 GHz) and for very high power (e.g. up to 200W for 12 GHz direct broadcasting satellites ).
|Title||:||The Microwave Engineering Handbook|
|Author||:||B. Smith, M.H. Carpentier|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2012-12-06|