High-Frequency and Microwave Circuit Design / Edition 2

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Overview

An integral part of any communications system, high-frequency and microwave design stimulates major progress in the wireless world and continues to serve as a foundation for the commercial wireless products we use every day. The exceptional pace of advancement in developing these systems stipulates that engineers be well versed in multiple areas of electronics engineering.

With more illustrations, examples, and worked problems, High-Frequency and Microwave Circuit Design, Second Edition provides engineers with a diverse body of knowledge they can use to meet the needs of this rapidly progressing field.

The book details the modulation and demodulation of circuits and relates resonant circuits to practical needs. The author provides a logical progression of material that moves from medium frequencies to microwave frequencies. He introduces rectangular waveguides as high-pass devices and explains conditions under which dielectric breakdown may limit the amount of power that may be transmitted in a completely expanded chapter. The section on antennas is completely updated to demystify the useful characteristic of antennas and relate their performance to the requirements of digital communication systems.

Exploring the latest developments in communications engineering, this reference outlines a variety of topics using sufficient mathematical derivations and provides an overview of the concepts engineers need to understand current technologies and develop those of the future.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780849375620
  • Publisher: CRC Press
  • Publication date: 10/23/2007
  • Edition description: REV
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 176
  • Product dimensions: 0.61 (w) x 0.92 (h) x 0.60 (d)

Table of Contents

FROM LUMPED TO DISTRIBUTED PARAMETERS
Expected and Unexpected Results from the Network Analyzer
Distributed Parameters in Coaxial Lines
Equivalent Circuit for Coaxial Lines
Characteristic Impedance on Coaxial Lines
Terminal Conditions-Reflection Coefficient
Mr. Smith's Invaluable Chart
Characteristic Impedance of Microstrip Lines

WAVEGUIDES
Fields in Rectangular Waveguides
Wavelength of Dominate mode propagation in waveguide
Reactive Circuit Elements in Waveguides
Power Handling in Coaxial Cables

IMPEDANCE MATCHING TECHNIQUES
Use of Smith Chart in Lumped Impedance-Matching
Impedance-matching with a Single Reactive Element
Stub Matching
When and How to Unmatch Lines
Designing Reactances for Waveguides
Location of Iris from Standing Wave Measurements

SCATTERING COEFFICIENTS OF TWOPORTS
Hybrid Two-Port Parameters
Now about Those Scattering Coefficients
Two-Port High Frequency Models for Bipolar Transistors
Input and Output Impedance, General Case
Stability Circles for the Potentially Unstable Transistor

SELECTIVE CIRCUITS AND OSCILLTORS
LRC Series Resonance
Parallel Resonance
Receiver Requirements
Image Frequency and RF Amplifier Requirements
Piezoelectric Crystal Resonance
Principles of Sine Wave Oscillators: the Phase-Shift Oscillator
Colpitts and Hartley Configurations
Crystal=Controlled Oscillators
Voltage Controlled Oscillators (VCO)

MODULATION AND DEMODULATION CIRCUITRY
Some Fundamentals: Why Modulate
How to Shift Frequency
Analog Multipliers or "Mixers"
Synchronous Detection of Suppressed Carrier Signals
Single Sideband Suppressed Carrier
Amplitude Modulation-Double Sideband with Carrier
The Envelope Detector
Envelope Detection of SSB using Injected Carrier
Direct v. Indirect means of Generating FM
Quick and Dirty FM Slope Detection
Lower Distortion FM Detection
Digital means of Modulation
Correlation Detection
Digital QAM

THERMAL NOISE AND AMPLIFIER NOISE FIGURES
Thermal Noise
Available Noise Power
Amplifier Noise Figure and Excess Temperature
Noise Factor of an Attenuating Cable
Transistor Gain and Noise Circles
Narrowband Noise
Noise and Interference in FM Systems
Noise in Digital Systems: Basic Properties of Gaussian Distributions

ANTENNAS AND ANTENNA SYSTEMS
Fields from a Current Element
Radiated Power and Radiation Resistance
Directive gain
Antenna Arrays for Increased Directive gain
Actual Gain via Numerical Integration
Broadside Arrays
Antenna Aperture and Other Application of Gain
The Communication Link Budget

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