Microwave Ring Circuits and Related Structures / Edition 2

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Overview

The second edition of Microwave Ring and Related Structures, Circuits, and Antennas incorporates the latest material on ring circuits and applications. This edition covers the following new topics: the parallel plate waveguide model, using both rectangular and circular ring configurations, and disk geometris and sprial inductors, which have wide usage in RF and microwave circuits.
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"The reader will not only know the basic operation and theoretical equations but also understand how they are applied." (IEEE Circuits & Devices, July/August 2006)

"All of the attractive features of the first edition have remained…the revised book covers ring resonators built in various transmission lines." (Microwave Journal, November 2004)

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Meet the Author

KAI CHANG, PhD, is the Raytheon E-Systems Endowed Professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering at Texas A&M University where he teaches and performs research in microwave devices, circuits, and antennas. In addition to publishing more than 400 technical papers and twelve books on microwave circuits, components, antennas and subsystems, Dr. Chang is an award-winning author, editor, and Fellow of the IEEE. His awards include a Special Achievement Award from TRW, the Halliburton Research Excellence Award, the Distinguished Teaching Award, and the Distinguished Research Award from Texas A&M.

LUNG-HWA HSIEH is a doctoral student at Texas A&M University. He has authored more than fifteen papers on microwave ring circuits. He was previously a senior design engineer at General Instruments involved in RF design.

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Table of Contents

Preface
1 Introduction 1
2 Analysis and modeling of ring resonators 5
3 Modes, perturbations, and coupling methods of ring resonators 55
4 Electronically tunable ring resonators 97
5 Electronically switchable ring resonators 127
6 Measurement applications using ring resonators 139
7 Filter applications 153
8 Ring couplers 197
9 Ring magic-T circuits 241
10 Waveguide ring resonators and filters 271
11 Ring antennas and frequency-selective surfaces 297
12 Ring mixers, oscillators, and other applications 330
Index 352
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