Microwave Engineering – David M. Pozar – 3rd Edition


This emphasizes the of Maxwell’s equations, wave propagation, network , and principles as applied to modern . It features a considerable amount of material related to the design of specific and components, for both practical and motivational value. It also presents the analysis and behind these designs so readers can see and understand the process of applying the fundamental concepts to arrive at useful results.

In-depth coverage of the of impedance matching networks, resonators, filters, couplers, amplifiers, and oscillators.

Table of Content

1: Electromagnetic Theory
2: Transmission Line Theory
3: Transmission Lines and Waveguides
4: Microwave Network Analysis
5: Impedance Matching and Tuning
6: Microwave Resonators
7: Power Dividers and Directional Couplers
8: Microwave Filters
9: Theory and Design of Ferrimagnetic Components
10: Noise and Active RF Components
11: Microwave Amplifier Design
12: Oscillators and Mixers
13: Introduction to Microwave Systems

Ap A: Prefixes
Ap B: Vector Analysis
Ap C: Bessel Functions
Ap D: Other Mathematical Results
Ap E: Physical Constants
Ap F: Conductivities for Some Materials
Ap G: Dielectric Constants and Loss Tangents for Some Materials
Ap H: Properties of Some Microwave Ferrite Materials
Ap I: Standard Rectangular Waveguide Data
Ap J: Standard Coaxial Cable Data

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