## Microwave Transistor Amplifiers: Analysis and DesignA unified presentation of the analysis and design of microwave transistor amplifiers (and oscillators) — using scattering parameters techniques. |

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### Contents

MATCHING NETWORKS AND SIGNAL FLOW GRAPHS | 92 |

MICROWAVE TRANSISTOR AMPLIFIER DESIGN | 212 |

NOISE BROADBAND AND HIGHPOWER | 294 |

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admittance bandwidth bias network calculated capacitance capacitor characteristic impedance configuration constant constant-gain circle coupler dc bias Equation Example expressed feedback follows frequency GaAs FET gain circle given Hence Hewlett-Packard inductor input and output input impedance Input matching network input port input power Lange coupler large-signal load impedance load reflection coefficient lossless low-noise low-noise amplifier maximum measured microstrip line microwave amplifier microwave transistor amplifier mils negative resistance network in Fig network shown noise figure normalizing impedance obtain one-port open-circuited oscillator output matching network output power output stability circle output VSWR plane potentially unstable power delivered produces radius reactance reflection coefficient resistance resistor RL circuit scattering parameters short-circuited shown in Fig shows shunt stub signal flow graph Solution terminated transducer power gain transmission line two-port network unconditionally stable voltage VSWR)in Zload ZY Smith chart