Microwave Circulator Design, Second Edition

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Artech House, Feb 1, 2014 - Technology & Engineering - 386 pages

Circulator design has advanced significantly since the first edition of this book was published 25 years ago. The objective of this second edition is to present theory, information, and design procedures that will enable microwave engineers and technicians to design and build circulators successfully.

This resource contains a discussion of the various units used in the circulator design computations, as well as covers the theory of operation. This book presents numerous applications, giving microwave engineers new ideas about how to solve problems using circulators. Design examples are provided, which demonstrate how to apply the information to real-world design tasks.

 

 

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Contents

1 Theory of Operation
1
2 Circulator Specification
35
3 Applications of Circulators
69
4 Material Selection
87
5 Electrical Design
107
6 Magnetic Design
205
7 Mechanical Design
231
8 Assembly and Testing
261
9 Tuning
281
10 Design Examples
301
List of Symbols
339
Frequently Used Equations
347
About the Author
351
Index
353
Copyright

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Douglas K. Linkhart is a Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE), a Certified Master Electronics Technician (CETma), and holds an FCC General Radiotelephone (commercial) license with a Radar Endorsement. He earned his BSBA and MBA from the University of South Florida.

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