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5.0 out of 5 stars A well written book, for the serius., 16 May 2012
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This review is from: Antennas: From Theory to Practice (Hardcover)
Maybe at the time of publication Dr Yi Huang was a Dr! but actually he is a Professor!
Oh the book. I think this book is intended for the serious introduction to antennas for university students or anyone wishing to have deeper and an in-depth knowledge. Its a concise and well written book, the maths is deep for the just interested or amateur enthusiast. But if you want to know more on antenna theory this is the book for you. The author assumes you have an understanding of mathematics and symbols, but if at any time you get lost on the maths read the informative text. I found some numeric details omitted in the Smith Charts making it little difficult to recognise the analyst with the charts. For high the price tag, all in all its a really good book.
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5.0 out of 5 stars A book that "defragments" and consolidates your antenna knowledge, 15 Nov 2013
This review is from: Antennas: From Theory to Practice (Hardcover)
This book/the author is simply amazing on how it explains, clarifies and summarizes rather complex concepts with intensive mathematics in a very well organized manner. If you have already studied Electromagnetics (e.g in uni), theory of transmission lines, antenna theory, RF/Microwave theory courses, etc and find yourself with a plethora of information scattered all over your brain, this book is well suited for you. It defines and explains quite clearly important and often basic concepts which becomes the building blocks to more advance topics (it also covers well relevant and advance topics), and it gives you the references/options to dig deeper into specific topics (if you are already a professional RF engineer or antenna engineer, most of the time you don't really need to go through all the math derivations [again] and involved formulas to get the information you need!). Overall I think it a great book to add to your library specially as a reference book!
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