Microwave solid state circuit design

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Wiley, 1988 - Technology & Engineering - 914 pages
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This contributed volume presents a comprehensive discussion of the design of passive circuits, solid state devices, and microwave solid state circuits. Because this is a very diversified area, the subject can only be covered well by a team of authors who are specialists in different topics. The editors of this book have brought together just such a team. Coverage is state-of-the-art and includes extensive references and problems. Topics covered include transmission lines and lumped elements, resonators, impedance matching networks, hybrids and couplers, filters, active and passive solid state devices, oscillators, amplifiers, detectors and mixers, microwave control circuits, frequency multipliers and dividers, computer-aided design, microwave integrated circuits, and future trends in microwave circuits. Appendixes cover S-parameters and ABCD parameters; transfer functions: Bessel, Butterworth, Chebyshev, Gaussian, etc.; nonreciprocal components, and noise.

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
1
TRANSMISSION LINES AND LUMPED ELEMENTS
7
References
57
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Inder J. Bahl earned his Ph.D. in microwave engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology. Bahl is principal scientist at ITT GaAsTEK, Roanoke, VA., and is a Distinguished Fellow of Technology at M/A-COM, Roanoke, VA. Dr. Bahl is also the co-author of Microstrip Antenna Design Handbook, RF and Microwave Coupled-Line Circuits, and Microstrip Lines and Slotlines, Second Edition (Artech House 2001, 1999, and 1996).

P. Bhartia, Ph.D., is director general at Defence Research Establishment Ottawa, Canada.

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