Soon I will be a graduate physics student at MIT... I need some references to study antenna physics, because it is one of the topics of my Doctoral General Exam... Until now every book I have encountered has merely an Electrical Engineering perspective rather than a physical one... Is there anyone who could introduce me some physics textbook which discusses antennas (dipole and whatever, I don't know) and phased array radars? Appreciate it!
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