Microwave transistor amplifiers: analysis and design
A unified presentation of the analysis and design of microwave transistor amplifiers (and oscillators) -- using scattering parameters techniques. FEATURES: A clear and straightforward presentation designed to be comprehensive. A self-contained book. Examples based on practical designs. Over 300 figures, 153 problems, and 14 appendices. NEW TO THIS EDITION: NEW-- Presents material on: transmission-lines concepts; power waves and generalized scattering parameters; measurements of scattering parameters; bipolar and field-effect transistors; power gain expressions; constant VSWR circles; gain, noise, and VSWR design trade offs; broadband amplifiers, high-power amplifiers; oscillator theory, and DROs. NEW-- A new appendix using CAD methods. NEW-- A 65% increase in the number of problems and figures.
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admittance available power gain bandwidth broadband amplifier calculated capacitor characteristic impedance circuit common-emitter configuration constant constant-gain circles dc bias network decibels design procedure dielectric Equation Example GaAs FET gain compression given Hewlett-Packard inductor input and output input matching network input port large-signal lossless Mason's rule maximum microstrip line microwave amplifier microwave transistor amplifier minimum noise figure negative resistance network in Fig network shown noise figure normalizing impedance obtained operating power gain optimization oscillator output matching network output power output stability circles output VSWR plane power delivered power gain circle produces quiescent point reactance reflection coefficient resistance resistor S-parameter scattering matrix scattering parameters shown in Fig shows shunt stub signal flow graph simultaneous conjugate match Solution stable region SUBROUTINE terminated third-order intercept point transducer power gain transmission line two-port network typical unconditionally stable voltage ZY Smith chart