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Brakeshoe
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Brakeshoe   5/2/2012 2:20:53 PM
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A more appropriate title should be "Antenna Cookbook" -- And it shows why a degree from Southern Tech isn't all that valuable, either.

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Dr. Phil   6/28/2010 9:50:55 AM
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Looks like this will be an easy to understand first book on antenna science. I applaud the Authors, as the calculus approach in a first text is often frustrating while trying to understand the basics of "coupling" with the ether.

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kdboyce   6/19/2010 12:50:59 AM
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This book makes Antennas an easier subject to understand. The Deluxe edition with full featured Mathcad included gives the student the tools to practice what is taught and to experiment with design variations.

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