## The Design of Impedance-matching Networks for Radio-frequency and Microwave Amplifiers |

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### Contents

Network Characterization and Analysis with | 1 |

Reflected Components of an NPort | 15 |

Questions and Problems | 33 |

Copyright | |

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apply approximately available power gain bandwidth Calculate capacitor characteristic impedance compensation components conductor constant constraints CONTINUE corresponding coupling factor cut-off frequency designed determined dielectric dissipation factor DOUBLE PRECISION double-tuned transformer equal to zero equation equivalent circuit Example FORTRAN frequency response given GOSUB GOTO high frequencies impedance function Impedance Matching impedance-matching networks inductor input impedance insertion loss iteratively L-section line length load and source load impedance load resistance lossless low frequencies low-pass lumped matching network matrix maximum Microstrip Microwave noise figure normalizing impedances number of turns obtained operating power gain output impedance parasitic capacitance pass band poles power gain circle problem ratio reactance reactive reflection parameter resonant frequency ripple S-parameters series element shown in Fig shunt source impedance source resistance specified stability Table tance technique terminals Trans transducer power gain transformation Q transistor transmission-line transformer two-port two-port network unbalanced unloaded Q voltage