Advanced Electromagnetic Analysis of Passive and Active Planar Structures
Institution of Electrical Engineers, Jan 1, 1999 - Technology & Engineering - 252 pages
With increasing operating frequencies of digital electronic devices, limitations are becoming evident in existing modeling techniques. Elsewhere in electromagnetics itself there are new modeling challenges with the introduction of integrated planar microwave circuits, as neither conductors nor dielectrics can be considered ideal at these very high frequencies. This book acts as a bridge between the mathematical abilities of the pure EM theorist and those of the FET circuit modeller; it combines the two fields by introducing analytical techniques encompassing the linear modeling of both passive and active structures, in particular FET structures. The resulting text will be of equal benefit to researchers in microwave and millimetric components and as an advanced textbook for specialized courses.
About the Author: Tullio Rozzi is Professor of Electromagnetics and Head of the Department of Electronics and Control at the University of Ancoa, Italy, and Visiting Professor at Bath University, UK. In 1975 he was awarded the Microwave Prize by the IEEE Microwave Theory and Techniques Society. Professor Rozzi is author of the book Open Electromagnetic Waveguides (IEE, 1997).
Marco Farina is Assistant Professor in the Department of Electronics and Control at the University of Ancoa, and a consulting engineer in electronics. His research topics are the analysis and synthesis of traveling wave amplifiers, FET design, and electromagnetic modeling of planar devices.
2: Fundamentals of electromagnetics 3: Propogation in closed waveguides 4: Ideal planar waveguides on multilayered substrate: 2D analysis 5: Passive and active planar waveguides on multilayered substrate: 2D analysis 6: Passive and active planar waveguides on multilayered substrate: 3D analysis Index.
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