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Introduction to microwave fields and circuits.
Keith I. Thomassen
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Microwaves are easily attenuated within shorter distances.Introduction to Microwave Fields and Circuits Thomassen, Keith I. ; Harrington, Roger F. The American Journal of Physics, Volume 40 (2) – Feb 1,