Antennas: Theory and Practice
by S.A. Schelkunoff
Publisher: J. Wiley 1952
Number of pages: 672
This book is about antennas -- about the physical principles underlying their behavior, the theory needed in sound antenna design and in planning meaningful experiments, the applications of theory to antennas in various frequency ranges.
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