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'This book is wonderfully informative, and refreshingly different from the usual rehash of standard engineering topics. Hagen has put his unique insights, gleaned from a lifetime of engineering and radio science, into this volume and it shows. There's an insight per page, at least for me, that makes it truly enjoyable reading, even for those of us who think we know something about the field!' Paul Horowitz, Harvard University

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This updated edition covers the fundamental principles applying to all radio devices. New chapters on radar, digital modulation, GPS navigation, and S-parameter circuit analysis, as well as additional worked examples and end-of-chapter problems, make the book ideal for graduate students as well as professional engineers.

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