This is the most modern, comprehensive and system-oriented text on radio engineering in print, by a pioneer in the field. Engineers and students need to use this book, which covers the physics of radio systems from a quantum mechanical point of view and offers a unique insight into radio engineering by showing not only how but why radio systems work.
Professor Gosling has spent a lifetime in industry and education, including time as Technical Director of Plessey, President of EUREL (European Convention of Engineering Societies), Past President of the Institution of Electrical Engineers, and Chair of Electronic Engineering at the University of Bath. He is currently Visiting Professor at the University of Bath. He has published eleven books and over fifty scientific papers.
- Eminent author
- Accessible treatment of a challenging subject
- Together with 'Radio Spectrum Conservation' (1999) makes up Radio Engineering Fundamentals
Radio, communications and electronics engineers, equipment designers, technicians and enthusiasts, undergraduates, MSc students
Radio Frequency Energy
More complex antennas
Antennas using conducting surfaces
Moving Quanta from Place to Place
Introduction to Various Propagation Environments
Describing the Earth's Atmosphere
Where We Live
Near Earth Propagation
Radio Propagation in a Complex Urban Environment
Artificial Sky-wave Propagation
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- © Newnes 1998
- 18th September 1998
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Visiting Professor at University of Bath, consultant to a number of major companies.