A compendium of data for computing the characteristic impedance of transmission lines based on physical dimensions. Covers both conventional structures and unusual geometries, including coaxial, eccentric and elliptic coaxial, twin-wire, wire-above-ground, microstrip and derivatives, stripline, slabline and trough line. Also details numerous configurations of coupled lines.
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Microwave Transmission Line Impedance Data has joined other timeless reference texts in the Noble Publishing's Classic Series. This current printing includes a number of minor corrections to the original edition. It also contains significant revisions to the discussion of microstrip lines. Researchers were actively pursuing greater accuracy in analytical techniques for microstrip in 1971, when this text was originally published, and such work continues today. The fact that this is the only topic on which corrections were deemed necessary is testament to the thoroughness of Mr. Gunston's research for the original book.From the Author:
Since the beginnings of microwave technology some thirty or so years agao, a wide variety of structures has been proposed and/or utilized for the transmission of microwave energy. This book is concerned with that class of structures loosely referred to as transmission lines and constitutes a unique single-volume source of information and data on transmission line impedances. It is expected that this book will be of greatest interest and value to the microwave technologist and will also be a most useful source of reference for the theoretian and for students of electronic and microwave engineering.
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