McGraw-Hill Professional - Practical Antenna Handbook, 5th Edition
By Joseph J. Carr, George W. Hippisley
Design and build your own antennas with the help of this guide. Updated and revised to provide clear answers to questions frequently asked by hobbyists and electronics technicians, this book blends theoretical concepts with hands-on experience and requires only high school mathematics. The book covers antenna fundamentals, the half-wave dipole, transmission line impedance matching techniques, a Smith chart tutorial, and also explores antenna modeling software and network analyzer add-ons for computers.
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