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Comprehensive reference covering the theory and applications of transmissions systems with a wide range of practical applications Electronic Transmission Systems: From Theory to Practice addresses electronic transmission systems, covering topics such as basic RF (Radio Frequency) concepts, including constitutive parameters of materials and how these affect radio propagation; propagation mechanisms theory which affect not only radio propagation but also light propagation; transmission lines, waveguides and impedance matching concepts and applications; characteristics of wireless transmission systems, such as microwave links, broadcasting, satellite and cellular; and finally a section devoted to optical communication systems and issues related to this transmission medium. In sum, the authors focus on the different transmission systems used in modern electronic communication systems, a detailed description of these as well as the architectures, specifications, and phenomena affecting their performance. Provides a practical approach using real communication engineering problems which involve various transmission systems Covers a wide range of topics, including transmission lines and waveguides, wireless transmission systems, and optical transmission systems Guided problem-based scenarios, which enable the reader understand and assimilate concepts much more easily Includes an accompanying website containing a solutions manual and a point of contact where readers can share their thoughts, experiences and solutions to other readers around the world