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Microwave and Radio-Frequency Technologies in Agriculture

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Microwave and Radio-Frequency Technologies in Agriculture
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Publisher: De Gruyter Open
ISBN-13: 9783110455403
Number of pages: 369

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The main purpose of the book is to provide a glimpse of what is possible and encourage practitioners in the engineering and agricultural industries to explore how radio-frequency and microwave systems might further enhance the agricultural industry. The authors have extensive experience in agricultural and microwave engineering, instrumentation and communication systems.

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