Microwave transistor amplifiers: analysis and designA unified presentation of the analysis and design of microwave transistor amplifiers (and oscillators)  using scattering parameters techniques. FEATURES:
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Contents
MATCHING NETWORKS AND SIGNAL FLOW GRAPHS  92 
MICROWAVE TRANSISTOR AMPLIFIER DESIGN  212 
NOISE BROADBAND AND HIGHPOWER  294 
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admittance bandwidth bias network calculated capacitance capacitor characteristic impedance configuration constant constantgain circle coupler dc bias Equation Example expressed feedback follows frequency GaAs FET gain circle given Hence HewlettPackard inductor input and output input impedance Input matching network input port input power Lange coupler largesignal load impedance load reflection coefficient lossless lownoise lownoise amplifier maximum measured microstrip line microwave amplifier microwave transistor amplifier mils negative resistance network in Fig network shown noise figure normalizing impedance obtain oneport opencircuited oscillator output matching network output power output stability circle output VSWR plane potentially unstable power delivered produces radius reactance reflection coefficient resistance resistor RL circuit scattering parameters shortcircuited shown in Fig shows shunt stub signal flow graph Solution terminated transducer power gain transmission line twoport network unconditionally stable voltage VSWR)in Zload ZY Smith chart