RF & Microwave Matching Techniques

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Interference Control Technologies, Inc., Dec 1, 1990 - Technology & Engineering - 125 pages
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The TECH EDGE Series is a new generation of handbooks designed for the general electronic community covering a variety of topics & applications. Each book is narrow in scope, yet packed to provide the latest in technological developments &/or solutions to today's engineering problems. Approximately 125 pages of text, illustrations, tables & figures. TECH EDGE books can be bought either individually, as a series, or at group discounts. The first installment of the TECH EDGE Series is a six-book set on RF & Microwaves. Presenting theory while stressing practical aspects & design examples, each book treats pertinent interface problems that most other publications are not concerned with. Nearly 700 pages of text, graphs, figures & tables make up this complete series. Matching various components or stages in microwave & RF systems is not only needed for optimum power coupling, but it is also necessary to avoid degradation in the performance of active devices & components. This book covers various interfacing techniques & procedures to insure system performance within the RF & Microwave environment.

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Amplifier Circuit Matching
Chapter4 Transmission Lines and Subsystem Mismatches
Chapter5 Impedance Transformers as Matching Interfaces

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