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Microwave

About: Microwave is a research topic. Over the lifetime, 48333 publications have been published within this topic receiving 637885 citations. The topic is also known as: microwaves.


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TL;DR: A brief history of microwave engineering is given in this paper, where the impact of computer-aided design and monolithic microwave integrated circuits on microwave design is examined, along with suggestions for related studies that would be useful to the microwave engineer.
Abstract: A brief history of microwave engineering is given. The impact of computer-aided design and monolithic microwave integrated circuits on microwave design is examined. The career potential of microwave engineering is discussed, along with suggestions for related studies that would be useful to the microwave engineer. >

3,169 citations

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01 Jan 1966
TL;DR: In this article, two-and three-dimensional boundary value problems are studied for two-dimensional waveguides with Cylindrical Conducting Boundaries (CCLB).
Abstract: Stationary Electric Fields. Stationary Magnetic Fields. Maxwell's Equations. The Electromagnetics of Circuits. Transmission Lines. Plane-Wave Propagation and Reflection. Two- and Three-Dimensional Boundary Value Problems. Waveguides with Cylindrical Conducting Boundaries. Special Waveguide Types. Resonant Cavities. Microwave Networks. Radiation. Electromagnetic Properties of Materials. Optics. Appendices. Index.

2,852 citations

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TL;DR: In this article, the shape and intensity of the precipitation features are modified during the time between microwave sensor scans by performing a time-weighted linear interpolation, yielding spatially and temporally complete microwave-derived precipitation analyses, independent of the infrared temperature field.
Abstract: A new technique is presented in which half-hourly global precipitation estimates derived from passive microwave satellite scans are propagated by motion vectors derived from geostationary satellite infrared data. The Climate Prediction Center morphing method (CMORPH) uses motion vectors derived from half-hourly interval geostationary satellite IR imagery to propagate the relatively high quality precipitation estimates derived from passive microwave data. In addition, the shape and intensity of the precipitation features are modified (morphed) during the time between microwave sensor scans by performing a time-weighted linear interpolation. This process yields spatially and temporally complete microwave-derived precipitation analyses, independent of the infrared temperature field. CMORPH showed substantial improvements over both simple averaging of the microwave estimates and over techniques that blend microwave and infrared information but that derive estimates of precipitation from infrared data...

2,784 citations


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Performance
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No. of papers in the topic in previous years
YearPapers
20242
20233,244
20227,112
20211,455
20201,828
20192,208