Vendelin, George D. / Pavio, Anthony M. / Rohde, Ulrich L. Microwave Circuit Design Using Linear and Nonlinear Techniques
2. Edition July 2005 175.- Euro 2005. 1080 Pages, Hardcover - Practical Approach Book - ISBN 978-0-471-41479-7 - John Wiley & Sons
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Short description Microwave circuit design is particularly important in modern telecommunications for the design of cellular wireless devices. Now in its second edition, this book covers all levels of microwave circuit design, presenting computer-aided methods for linear and nonlinear designs used in the production of microwave amplifiers, oscillators, and mixers. The authors provide all of the mathematics and practical design information necessary to carry out the design of hybrid and monolithic integrated circuits.
From the contents Foreword by David Leeson.
1. RF/Microwave Systems.
2. Lumped and Distributed Elements.
3. Active Devices.
4. Two-Port Networks.
5. Impedance Matching.
6. Microwave Filters.
7. Noise in Linear Two-Ports.
8. Small and Large-Signal Amplifier Design.
9. Power Amplifier Design.
10. Oscillator Design.
11. Microwave Mixer Design.
12. RF Switches and Attenuators.
13. Microwave CAD.
Appendix A: Gummel-Poon Bipolar Transistor Model.
Appendix B: Level 3 MOSFET Model.
Appendix C: Noise Parameters of GaAs MESFETs.
Appendix D: Derivations for Unilateral Gain Section.
Appendix E: Vector Representation of 2 Tone Intermodulation Products.