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This book describes the basic theory of microwave resonators and filters, and practical design methods for wireless communication equipment. Wireless communication is rapidly gaining in importance in our modern information society. Mobile communication equipment is required to be more compact, lighter weight, to have longer operating times, and be battery operated for portability. The microwave resonators and filters described in this book provide a basis for realizing all these requirements. From the basic theory to applications, the text enables the reader to understand the key role played by microwave resonators and filters. Superconducting devices and micro-electromechanical devices are also described. The sections on design theory will be especially informative for microwave researchers and engineers.
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