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RFID Basics: Antenna Polarization

10/23/2007 06:00 AM EDT
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RFGeezer   11/1/2007 1:29:11 PM
Based on the excerpts printed so far in this newsletter, I bought Dan's book. I am reading chapter 4 right now. If our EE textbooks were written using Dan's approach, which is informative and entertaining, there would be more EE students interested in RF and more practicing RF engineers with accurate fundamental understanding of how and why radio communications work. Buy this book! (By the way - I am not related to Dr. Dobkin and in no way do I receive benefit from the sale of his book.)

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