by Alexander Schure
Publisher: J. F. Rider 1959
Number of pages: 102
The intent of this book is to discuss and evaluate amplifiers that operate in the r-f portion of the electromagnetic spectrum, particularly the low and medium ranges of the r-f band. Thus, fundamental concepts of the subject of r-f amplifiers are presented.
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