This is a textbook for upper undergraduate and graduate courses on microwave engineering, written in a student-friendly manner with many diagrams and illustrations. It works towards developing a foundation for further study and research in the field. The book begins with a brief history of microwaves and introduction to core concepts of EM waves and wave guides. It covers equipment and concepts involved in the study and measurement of microwaves. The book also discuses microwave propagation in space, microwave antennae, and all aspects of RADAR. The book provides core pedagogy with chapter objectives, summaries, solved examples, and end-of-chapter exercises. The book also includes a bonus chapter which serves as a lab manual with 15 simple experiments detailed with proper circuits, precautions, sample readings, and quiz/viva questions for each experiment. This book will be useful to instructors and students alike.