Microwave Transistor Amplifiers: Analysis and Design
. DC CIRCUITS. 1. Components, Quantities, and Units. 2. Voltage, Current, and Resistance in Electric Circuits. 3. Ohm's Law, Energy, and Power. 4. Series Circuits. 5. Parallel Circuits. 6. Series-Parallel Circuits. 7. Magnetism and Electromagnetism. II. AC CIRCUITS. 8. Introduction to Alternating Current and Voltage. 9. Capacitors. 10. RC Circuits. 11. Inductors. 12. RL Circuits. 13. RLC Circuits and Resonance. 14. Transformers. 15. Pulse Response of Reactive Circuits. III. DEVICES. 16. Introduction to Semiconductors 17. Diodes and Applications. 18. Transistors and Thyristors. 19. Amplifiers and Oscillators. 20. Operational Amplifiers (Op-Amps). 21. Basic Applications of Op-Amps. APPENDICES. A. Table of Standard Resistor Values. B. Batteries. C. Capacitor Color Coding and Labeling. D. The Current Source, Nortons Theorems and Millman's Theorem. E. Devices Data Sheets. Answers to Odd-Numbered Problems. Glossary. Index.
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MATCHING NETWORKS AND SIGNAL FLOW GRAPHS
MICROWAVE TRANSISTOR AMPLIFIER DESIGN
NOISE BROADBAND AND HIGHPOWER
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