Radio-Frequency and microwave communication circuits analysis design

Scientists and mathematicians of the nineteenth century laid the foundation of telecommunication and wireless technology, which has affected all facets of modern society. In 1864, James C. Maxwell put forth fundamental relations
of electromagnetic fields that not only summed up the research findings of Laplace, Poisson, Faraday, Gauss, and others but also predicted the propagation of electrical signals through space. Heinrich Hertz subsequently verified this in 1887, and Guglielmo Marconi transmitted wireless signals across the Atlantic Ocean successfully in 1900. Interested readers may find an excellent discussion of the historical developments of radio frequencies (RFs) and microwaves in the IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Technique (Vol. MTT-32, September 1984).
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