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The long awaited revision of the classic book Transmission Line Transformers (2001) by Jerry Sevick has been updated and reorganised by Raymond Mack to provide communication engineers with a clear technical presentation of both the theory and practical applications of the transmission of radio communication.Sevick's Transmission Line Transformers: Theory and Practice, 5th edition reviews the underlying principles that promote a better understanding of transmission line transformers. Featuring expanded coverage, this book provides substantial background theory and includes recent work on fractional ratio transformers and high power Balun designs.Ideal for academics and practicing engineers, this edition is divided into two clear parts. Part one is a review of the theory and new concepts, including a discussion on the magnetic materials. Part two essentially focuses on the “practice” element of the book title and details the practical implications of transformers.Key features include:- Completely reorganised and logically indexed- Clear graphical presentation of transmission lines- Increased amount of background theory- Divided into two main parts for easy reference- Covers recent work on fractional ratio transformers and high power Balun designsSevick's Transmission Line Transformers: Theory and Practice, 5th edition is a classic practitioner reference, ideal for communication engineers, undergraduate/graduate level students, radio hobbyists and professionals alike.
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Ray Mackintosh is an emeritus professor of nuclear physics based at the UK's Open University in Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire.
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