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Polarization in Electromagnetic Systems, Second Edition

Polarization in Electromagnetic Systems, Second Edition

By (author): Warren L. Stutzman
Copyright: 2018
Pages: 352
ISBN: 9781630811075

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This completely revised and expanded edition of an Artech House classic Polarization in Electromagnetic Systems presents the principles of polarization as applied to electromagnetic systems. This edition emphasizes the concepts needed for functional aspects of systems calculations and device evaluation. Readers find up-to-date coverage of applications in wireless communications. The fundamentals of polarization are explained, including the principles of wave polarization along with their mathematical representations. This book explores polarized, partially polarized waves, and unpolarized waves.


The second part of the book addresses applications of polarization to practical systems. Antenna polarization is covered in detail, including omnidirectional, directional, and broadband antennas with emphasis on antennas for generating linear and circular polarization for each antenna type. This book provides detailed coverage of wave interaction with an antenna and dual-polarized systems. Additional topics covered in this edition include propagation through depolarizing media, polarization in wireless communication systems, including polarization diversity and polarization measurements. This hands-on resource provides a clear exposition on the understanding of polarization principles and evaluation of the performance of electromagnetic systems.

Part 1: Polarization Fundamentals; Introduction; Wave Polarization Principles; Polarization State Representations; Partially Polarized Waves; Part 2: Antenna Polarization; Antenna-Wave Interaction; Dual-Polarized Systems; Depolarizing Media and System Applications; Polarization in Wireless Communication Systems Including Polarization Diversity; Polarization Measurements.

  • Warren L. Stutzman

    has been with the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at Virginia Tech for more than 40 years and is currently an emeritus professor. He founded the Virginia Tech Antenna Group. He received his BS in electrical engineering and BA in mathematics from the University of Illinois, and his MS and Ph.D. in electrical engineering from Ohio State University. He is a Fellow of the IEEE.

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