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Measurements using Optic and RF Waves (ISTE) by Frédérique de Fornel,Pierre-Noël Favennec

By Frédérique de Fornel,Pierre-Noël Favennec

clinical and technical wisdom for measurements in smooth electromagnetism needs to be large as our electromagnetic setting covers all frequencies and wavelengths. those measurements needs to be utilized to fields as various as nanotechnologies, telecommunications, meteorology, geolocalization, radioastronomy, wellbeing and fitness, biology, and so on. so one can disguise the a number of elements of the subject, this booklet sweeps the complete electromagnetic spectrum, from a number of hertz to terahertz; considers distances starting from nanometers to light-years in optics; sooner than extending in the direction of a few of the size recommendations utilizing electromagnetic waves for numerous functions. This e-book describes those diversified features in 11 chapters, every one overlaying assorted domain names of applications.

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