Microwave technology: Microwave, Radar, Cavity magnetron, Microwave oven, Maser, Solar sail, PIN diode, Angular misalignment loss, Circulator

 
9781156533284: Microwave technology: Microwave, Radar, Cavity magnetron, Microwave oven, Maser, Solar sail, PIN diode, Angular misalignment loss, Circulator
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 98. Chapters: Microwave, Radar, Cavity magnetron, Microwave oven, Maser, Solar sail, PIN diode, Angular misalignment loss, Circulator, AZUSA, Waveguide flange, Microwave transmission, John Randall, Power dividers and directional couplers, Klystron, Mark Oliphant, Attenuator, Explosively pumped flux compression generator, Traveling-wave tube, Herley Industries, Cavity Perturbation Theory, Microstrip, Gunn diode, Microwave cavity, Space charge, RF switch matrix, Radiolocation, Aviation transponder interrogation modes, Artificial dielectrics, H. Paul Shuch, Crest factor, Backward wave oscillator, Phase shift module, High electron mobility transistor, Magic tee, Heterojunction bipolar transistor, Inductive output tube, Isolator, Microwave Power Module, MODFET, Susceptor, Monolithic microwave integrated circuit, Harry Boot, Hans Hollmann, MESFET, Stripline, Goubou line, Gyrotron, SSMIS, Absorption wavemeter, William C. Brown, Wilkinson power divider, Crossed-field amplifier, YIG sphere, Spurline, Rat-race coupler, Vircator, Heterostructure-emitter bipolar transistor, Pasotron, Post wall, Induced high electron mobility transistor, MTT-S Geographic activities, Microwave sounding unit, Microwave thermotherapy, Slow-wave coupler, Space Lattice Passive Repeater, Overshoot, Microwave enhanced electrochemistry. Excerpt: Radar is an object-detection system which uses electromagnetic waves-specifically radio waves-to determine the range, altitude, direction, or speed of both moving and fixed objects such as aircraft, ships, spacecraft, guided missiles, motor vehicles, weather formations, and terrain. The radar dish, or antenna, transmits pulses of radio waves or microwaves which bounce off any object in their path. The object returns a tiny part of the wave's energy to a dish or antenna which is usually located at the same site as the transmit...

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