High Power Microwave Sources and Technologies Using Metamaterials
IEEE Press Series on RF and Microwave Technology
1. Auflage Januar 2022
304 Seiten, Hardcover
Wiley & Sons Ltd
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Explore the latest research avenues in the field of high-power microwave sources and metamaterials
A stand-alone follow-up to the highly successful High Power Microwave Sources and Technologies, the new High Power Microwave Sources and Technologies Using Metamaterials, demonstrates how metamaterials have impacted the field of high-power microwave sources and the new directions revealed by the latest research. It's written by a distinguished team of researchers in the area who explore a new paradigm within which to consider the interaction of microwaves with material media.
Providing contributions from multiple institutions that discuss theoretical concepts as well as experimental results in slow wave structure design, this edited volume also discusses how traditional periodic structures used since the 1940s and 1950s can have properties that, until recently, were attributed to double negative metamaterial structures.
The book also includes:
* A thorough introduction to high power microwave oscillators and amplifiers, as well as how metamaterials can be introduced as slow wave structures and other components
* Comprehensive explorations of theoretical concepts in dispersion engineering for slow wave structure design, including multi-transmission line models and particle-in-cell code virtual prototyping models
* Practical discussions of experimental measurements in dispersion engineering for slow wave structure design
* In-depth examinations of passive and active components, as well as the temporal evolution of electromagnetic fields
High Power Microwave Sources and Technologies Using Metamaterials is a perfect resource for graduate students and researchers in the areas of nuclear and plasma sciences, microwaves, and antennas.
Dr. Jason A. Marshall is the associate superintendent, Plasma Physics Division, Naval Research Laboratory.
Dr. Arje Nachman is the program officer for electromagnetics at AFOSR.
Dr. Edl Schamiloglu is a distinguished professor of electrical and computer engineering at the University of New Mexico, where he also serves as associate dean for research and innovation in the School of Engineering, and special assistant to the Provost for Laboratory Relations.