Dielectric Resonators. ISBN-13: 978-0930071059.
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Programs implement the models presented in the book and identify the frequencies of all the modes.
Dielectric Resonators (BOOK). Broadband stacked dielectric resonator antennas. AA Kishk, B Ahn, D Kajfez. Electronics Letters 25 (18), 1232-1233, 1989. Q-factor measurement with network analyzer. IEEE transactions on microwave theory and techniques 32 (7), 666-670, 1984. Computed modal field distributions for isolated dielectric resonators. D Kajfez, AW Glisson, J James. IEEE transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques 32 (12), 1609-1616, 1984.
A dielectric resonator is a piece of dielectric (nonconductive) material, usually ceramic, that is designed to function as a resonator for radio waves, generally in the microwave and millimeter wave bands. The microwaves are confined inside the resonator material by the abrupt change in permittivity at the surface, and bounce back and forth between the sides.
No matter what the major use of dielectric resonators will be in the future, the prerequisite for an intelligent application is an understanding of the basic principles of these devices. This book aims to provide that understanding.
Contributor(s): Kajfez, Darko Guillon, Pierre. Material type: BookSeries: Noble Publisahing classic series. Subject(s): Dielectric wave guides May2013DDC classification: 62. 81. Tags from this library: No tags from this library for this title.
Darko Kajfez, Professor, University of Mississippi.
With renewed interest in dielectric resonator technology for modern wireless communications equipment, this book is an excellent reference for its understanding and application. Darko Kajfez, Professor, University of Mississippi. Amarpal S. Khanna, R&D Section Manager, WID/Hewlett Packard, Santa Clara, California (previously listed as Senior Member of Technical Staff, Avantek, Santa Clara, California). Krzystof A. Michalski, Associate Professor, Texas A&M University (previously listed as Assistant Professor, University of Mississippi).