Foundations for microstrip circuit design
A sound, fundamental approach to the application of the microstrip medium in microwave or high speed digital circuit design. Emphasizes computer-aided design methods. Describes a wide range of proven design procedures, including dispersion, discontinuities, coupled lines and special coupler designs, power losses, transitions, and measurements. Presents a critical comparison of transmission line structures for microwave ICs. Includes an appendix of existing computer program routines and design summaries.
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Transmission Lines for Microwave Integrated Circuits
StaticTEM Parameters and Design at Lower Frequencies
Behaviour and Design at Microwave Frequencies
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