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by N. Marcuvitz

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ISBN:
0863410588
Author:
N. Marcuvitz
Category:
Engineering
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Institution of Engineering and Technology (June 30, 1986)
Pages:
448 pages
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The Waveguide Handbook is the most important and most widely used single book in the history of the microwave field. Dr. Marcuvitz has also made many other significant contributions to electromagnetic waves.

The Waveguide Handbook is an unabridged reprint of the book first published in 1951 by McGraw Hill as Volume 10 of the MIT Radiation Laboratory Series.

Although the primary aim of the book is to present the equivalent-circuit parameters for a large number of microwave structures, a brief but coherent account of the fundamental concepts necessary for their proper utilisation is included. The first three chapters summarise both the field and network theoretic considerations necessary for the derivation and utilisation of the basic transmission line-equivalent-circuit formalism. The mode concept and transmission-line formulation of the field equations are introduced in Chapter 1. This chapter contains an engineering treatment of the transmission-line theory necessary for the description of propagating and nonpropagating modes in the more important types of uniform and nonuniform waveguides. The field-structure, propagation, attenuation, etc., characteristics of the transmission-line modes so described are compiled in Chapter 2, with both quantitive and pictorial detail. The elements of microwave-network theory required for the analysis, representation, and measurement of the equivalent circuits for N-terminal microwave structures are outlined in Chapter 3; also contained in this chapter is a sketch of some of the field theoretic methods employed in the derivation of the equivalent-circuit parameters reported in Chapters 4 to 8. Although most of the above material is written for the impedance-minded microwave engineer, some of the sections should be of interest to the applied mathematician. The remaining chapters contain a compilation of the equivalent-circuit parameters for a variety of nondissipative N-terminal microwave structures. In Chapter 4 a number of two-terminal structures, such as beyondcutoff and radiative waveguide terminations, are treated. Obstacle and aperture discontinuities in waveguides, gratings in free space, etc., are among the four-terminal structures described in Chapter 5. Chapter 6 deals with six-terminal microwave structures and contains the equivalent-circuit parameters for a number of E-and H -plane T- and Y-junctions, bifurcations, etc. Several eight-terminal structures are treated in Chapter 7. Chapter 8 contains the circuit description of a number of typical composite microwave structures; dielectric-filled guides, thick apertures, etc.

This edition also contains a new preface by the editor and several pages of errata which he has collected over the past thirty-five years.

  • inform
This book deserves credit for featuring full blown equations of some of the most common and uncommon waveguide structures, for instance elliptical waveguides are perhaps mentioned on modern literature, yet no equations to calculate TE, TM modes are presented in those books. This book is truly the authority when it comes to waveguides. The downside of the book is notation and the fact that eventhough the information is in there, theres little to none explanation and zero examples on how to work out the extremely complicated formulas, I've devoted countless hours on just trying to figure out the weird notation, and use the nested formulas which refer to other formulas which refer to other formulas and so on...
  • blodrayne
Dating to WW2 as part of the radar research effort and published in 1950 or so as part of the Radiation Laboratory series, this book will never be out of date. Referred to as 'Marcuvitz' no RF group should be without this book, period.
  • Zaryagan
Although originally written in the 1950's, this book remains timeless to this day. A must have book for any microwave engineer.
  • MegaStar
An exhaustive reference for the design engineer who wants to put together a simple model with decent accuracy for a hollow metal waveguide structure, before spending thousand of hours with an EM field simulator with the humiliating feeling that he doesn't know where he is going...
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