'An engaging introduction for students and researchers approaching this observational field for the first time.'
Source: All About Space
'… the book succeeds in its overall aims, and the fourth edition, with nearly a hundred pages of extra material and substantial additional on-line resources, is a useful upgrade from the third.'
Source: The Observatory
‘An Introduction to Radio Astronomy is impressively comprehensive in addressing the basic theory, techniques, telescopes, and astrophysics in the radio regime … The authors adopt a lecture-like writing style that is easy to read, and the text is interspersed with relatively clean, simple figures.’
Matthew L. Lister
Source: Physics Today
‘… the authors include comprehensive discussion of correlation, digitization, and modern techniques of image restoration. The book concludes with a masterful summary of the recent extraordinary advances in our knowledge of the universe and its constituents. Many of these have involved significant contributions at radio wavelengths.’
D. E. Hogg