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Newly revised and updated, this best-selling reference provides the essential principles, methods, and data needed to solve the engineering problems that arise in antenna design and application. An array of leading experts from RCA, Raytheon, Scientific-Atlantic, and other major firms makes it the most authoritative A-to-Z collection of state-of-the-art information available. Anyone involved with antennas will be an eager customer for this updated classic. Technicians will use it to better understand the antennas they work with. Beginning engineers will want its descriptive material and design data. Experienced engineers will use it as their primary source of design data. Senior engineers will use the Handbook to get up to speed on new antennas and applications. And design engineers will find ideas to solve new and difficult problems.
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Richard Clayton Johnson (9 May 1930 – 3 January 2003) was a researcher at the Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) and the inventor of the Compact Antenna Range.
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