Abstract

The fast-developing domain of microwave optics is surveyed, with main emphasis on those aspects of interest to optical scientists. Special attention is devoted to the newer trends in that field of research. The following aspects are covered: diffraction theory of microwave optics, microwave optical instruments, beam waveguides, and components for millimeter waves.

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