This new addition to the prestigious Wiley Series in Microwave and Optical Engineering presents the first comprehensive coverage of Frequency Selective Surfaces (FSS) and active grid arrays, the two-dimensional periodically arranged array elements which may be etched on, or imbedded in, one or multiple layers of dielectric laminates. Because of its filtering frequency properties, this technology, which has attracted much interest over the past two decades, is being used to create filtering devices in microwave and higher frequency bands.
With Frequency Selective Surface and Grid Array, it is no longer necessary to sift through a multitude of research papers and reports. Here, in one self-contained volume, is a thorough and up-to-date treatment of the concept, theory, applications, design, and fabrication techniques for periodic arrays. Furthermore, the book provides a complete reference for the technological advances in FSS, including the recent technology of active grid arrays.
The first part of the book is devoted to the fundamentals and analytical techniques pertaining to FSS and grid arrays, including the advanced analyses of the conjugate gradient method and the generalized mode-matching technique with multiple dielectrics or nonsimilar grid arrays. In the second part, the book deals with implementation and application, describing the numerous applications of this technology, from the reflector antenna system used in satellite and spacecraft communications and bandpass radome to solar energy grids.
The expert contributions to this volume make it useful both as a tutorial and as a reference for project and system/design engineers working with antennas, optics, millimeter waves, microwaves, radar, and low observable radomes.
A comprehensive and self-contained reference for FSS and grid array technology Frequency Selective Surfaces (FSS), the two-dimensional periodic array elements with frequency filtering properties, have made important advances over the past two decades. They provide filtering devices in microwave and higher frequency bands with applications ranging from bandpass radome to solar energy grids—including satellite and spacecraft communications.
Written by experts in the field and edited by Dr. T. K. Wu, an internationally recognized researcher in electromagnetics, Frequency Selective Surface and Grid Array provides the first comprehensive look at the theory, measurements, manufacturing, and applications of FSS and grid array technology.
This publication brings together a wealth of information previously not available in book form, as well as material that has not been published anywhere, including:
Frequency Selective Surface and Grid Array is an invaluable planning and design resource for research engineers and scientists dealing with FSS and grid array, as well as a handy reference for students and professionals entering the field.
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Written in a highly tutorial and easy-to-understand format by acknowledged experts in the field. The first section comprises the fundamentals of the periodic structures including the FSS element shape, size, dielectrics and grating lobe; a brief summary of FSS analytical and measurement techniques; FSS analyses, designs and applications. The latter half is devoted to active grid arrays--nonlinearity into an FSS enabling the development of arrays with numerous additional capabilities. Features computer codes to get readers started in FSS design and grid array.About the Author:
ABOUT THE EDITOR
Dr. T. K. WU is a Senior Antenna Engineer at TRW in Redondo Beach, California, and a Senior Member of IEEE. Dr. Wu has authored over 100 technical papers, holds eight U.S. patents, and has been awarded eleven NASA Certificates of Recognition for technical innovation.
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Descripción Wiley-Interscience, 1995. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. Never used!. Nº de ref. de la librería P110471311898