Microwave Engineering

Microwave Engineering

Authors : Dr M Sudhakar & Vandana Khare

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About the Author

Dr M Sudhakar :-
He is currently working as Professor and Vice Principal of CMR College of Engineering & Technology, Hyderabad. Formerly he was Professor and Head of ECE departments at several Engineering Colleges in Hyderabad. He has served at the rank of Wing Commander in the branch of Aeronautical Engineering (Electronics) of Indian Air Force. He served several defence organisations such as Air Force Technical College Bangalore, Air Force Academy Hyderabad, Aeronautical Development Establishment Bangalore and DLRL Hyderabad. He is A Fellow member of IETE and ISTE.


Vandana Khare :-
She is currently working as Associate Professor in the department of ECE at CMR College of Engineering & Technology, Hyderabad. She is pursuing her Ph. D at JNTU Hyderabad in Wireless Communications. She has 18 years of teaching experience and has published 13 research papers in International journals & presented 5 papers in National & International conferences. She is life member of ISTE, IETE & IEEE Technical societies. Her research Interests include Wireless Communication, Computer Networks, Mobile Computing and Bio-Medical Imaging.
 

About the Book

 
Microwave Engineering is intended as textbook catering needs of third year undergraduate students of Electronics & Communication Engineering. Microwave Engineering is a prerequisite for courses like Radar Systems, Microwave Integrated Circuits and Satellite Communications.
 

Key Features

• Contents relevant to the UG Engineering students.
• Simple language
• Detailed derivations
• Includes number of solved, unsolved and multiple choice questions
 

Table of Content

• Introduction to Microwaves
• Microwave Transmission Lines
• Circular Waveguides and Resonant Cavities
• Waveguides Components and Ferrite Devices
• S-Parameters
• Klystron Tubes
• Helix TWT and Magnetrons
• Solid State Devices
• Microwave Measurements