Networks and Devices Using Planar Transmissions Lines

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CRC Press, Jun 27, 2000 - Technology & Engineering - 680 pages
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A single text that incorporates all of the theoretical principles and practical aspects of planar transmission line devices - since the early development of striplines, it has been sought by countless microwave engineers, researchers, and students. With the publication of Networks and Devices Using Planar Transmission Lines, the search for that one authoritative resource is over.

This is more than just a handbook, much more than a theoretical treatment. It's the ideal integration of the theory and applications of planar transmission lines and devices. Striplines, microstrips, slot lines, coplanar waveguides and strips, phase shifters, hybrids, and more - the author examines them all. For each type of structure, his treatment is complete and self-contained, including:

  • Geometric characteristics
  • Electric and magnetic field lines
  • Solution techniques for the electromagnetic problem
  • Quasi-static, coupled modes, and full wave analysis methods
  • Design equations
  • Attenuation
  • Practical considerations

    Of particular interest is the author's comprehensive treatment of planar ferrimagnetic devices, such as phase shifters, isolators, and circulators, and three appendices dedicated to the theoretical aspects of ferrimagetism. Five other appendices provide thorough reviews of various theoretical concepts implicit in the body of the work, such as wave theory, the external properties of networks, and resonant circuits.
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