Modern Radio Science 1996

Hardcover | August 1, 1996

EditorJ. Hamelin

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The contributions to this book are the invited lectures (tutorial and general) presented at the XXV General Assembly of the International Union of Radio Science in Belgium, August 1995. They are surveys of the most interesting current and likely future developments in a diverse range ofsubjects under the umbrella of Radio Science.

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The contributions to this book are the invited lectures (tutorial and general) presented at the XXV General Assembly of the International Union of Radio Science in Belgium, August 1995. They are surveys of the most interesting current and likely future developments in a diverse range ofsubjects under the umbrella of Radio Science.

J. Hamelin, Head of Space Division, Ministry of Information, Techology and Post Affairs, Paris.

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Format:HardcoverDimensions:288 pages, 9.41 × 7.25 × 0.98 inPublished:August 1, 1996Publisher:Oxford University Press

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0198565305

ISBN - 13:9780198565307

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Dr J.H. Taylor: Radioscience, pulsar and general relativityDr M. Joindot: Lightwave communicationsDr R.K. Raney: From coherence to confusion: a conservative SAR viewProf. W. Lauterborn: Nonlinear physics and chaosProf. Dr J. Niemeyer: Counting of single flux and single charge quanta for metrologyProf. R. Tiberio: High frequency methods in electromagneticsProf. R.L. Pickholtz: Communications by means of low earth orbiting satellitesDr H. Burkhard: Optoelectronics integrationProf. P. Degauque and Dr J.P. Parmantier: Topology-based modeling of very large em-systemsDr K.H. Craig: Impact of numerical methods on propagation modelingDr B.M. Reddy: The equatorial ionosphereProf. D.B. Melrose: Radio emmission from instabilities in space plasmas: marginal stability, stochastic growth and fine structuresDr J.M. Moran: Cosmics MASERS - a useful tool in radio astronomyProf. M.A. Stuchly: Personnal communication services - technology and health concerns - Is there a common solution?