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Modern Methods of Reflector Antenna Analysis and Design is the first complete reference available on all of the modern reflector antenna analysis and design techniques. In presenting easy-to-understand methods for the design of single and dual-reflector systems, this book takes you step-by-step through the mathematical derivations and discusses all aspects of the final equations. The book demystifies modern reflector antenna analysis by proceeding from the early numerical integration approaches to today's powerful techniques, such as the Jacobi-Bessel and Fourier-Bessel Methods. It presents over 500 equations, 40 line illustrations, and detailed explanations of practical, easy-to-use techniques for designing reflector antennas.
Table Of Contents
Introduction. Reflector Antenna Concepts. The Ludwig Method. Rusch's Method. The Jacobi-Bessel Method. The Fourier-Bessel Method. Sampling Methods. The Quadratic Phase Method. Design of Single-Reflector Antenna Systems. Design of Dual-Reflector Antenna Systems. Aperture Field Integration Methods. Appendices.