Microwave Circuit Theory and Foundations of Microwave
Scope: No system in science or engineering can be successfully designed and specified without rigorous measurement. The microwave field is difficult to measure directly and quantitative analysis is usually only possible by measuring other related parameters. It is therefore especially important to understand the theory of microwave circuits and its limitations; this book sets out to do just that. It clearly identifies the parameters to be measured and then surveys measurement methods. Formerly at the (US) National Bureau of Standards, author Glenn Engen has won many medals from differing institutions for his pioneering work in the area.