Wideband Microwave Materials Characterization
By John W. Schultz
This book offers a unique and comprehensive overview of the different methods for characterizing microwave materials. It starts off with a much-needed introduction to the physical mechanisms behind material properties, including dispersion and anisotropy. The theory and practice of traditional and novel wideband, non-resonant electromagnetic characterization methods of materials is presented in a thorough manner along with the necessary equations for implementing these methods. The author uses his background in academia and industry to provide a great resource for anyone looking to characterize microwave materials both in a laboratory or manufacturing environment.
Reviewed by: Reena Dahl
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Artech House (February 2023)