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Rf And Microwave Engineering
Modeling and Characterization of RF and Microwave Power FETs (The Cambridge RF and Microwave Engineering Series)
This 2007 book is a comprehensive exposition of FET modeling, and is a must-have resource for seasoned professionals and new graduates in the RF and microwave power amplifier design and modeling community. In it, you will find descriptions of characterization and measurement techniques, analysis methods, and the simulator implementation, model verification and validation procedures that are needed to produce a transistor model that can be used with confidence by the circuit designer. Written by semiconductor industry professionals with many years' device modeling experience in LDMOS and III-V technologies, this was the first book to address the modeling requirements specific to high-power RF transistors. A technology-independent approach is described, addressing thermal effects, scaling issues, nonlinear modeling, and in-package matching networks. These are illustrated using the current market-leading high-power RF technology, LDMOS, as well as with III-V power devices.
The day he became and engineer
Like every year, since over two centuries, in this French engineering school, freshmen are receiving a symbol, their hat, from the hands of a the second year student. This ceremony ends a three months “integration program” which has been very controversial in France for years. Some believe firmly in it, as the way to transmit traditions and values, other don't see something more than a hazing. Both are right, as often. Every coin must have its flip-side...
Central Engineering Workshops, Workington, Cumberland, 1984
CEW, as it was known latterly. It was built at the start of WWII as a shell-shop (munitions) and was later run by the Distington Engineering Company (an extension of Chapel Bank) as a fabrication shop and mine-car building dept, after which it was taken over by Moss Bay works.
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rf and microwave engineering
A practical guide for today's wireless engineer
High Frequency Techniques: An Introduction to RF and Microwave Engineering is a clearly written classical circuit and field theory text illustrated with modern computer simulation software. The book's ten chapters cover:
* The origins and current uses of wireless transmission
* A review of AC analysis, Kirchhoff's laws, RLC elements, skin effect, and introduction to the use of computer simulation software
* Resonators, Q definitions, and Q-based impedance matching
* Transmission lines, waves, VSWR, reflection phenomena, Fano's reflection bandwidth limits, telegrapher, and impedance transformation equations
* Development and in-depth use of the Smith Chart
* Matrix algebra with Z, Y, ABCD, S, and T matrix applications
* An unusually thorough introduction to electromagnetic field theory, step-by-step development of vector calculus, Maxwell's equations, waveguides, propagation, and antennas
* Backward wave, branch line, rat race and Wilkinson couplers, impedance measurements, and detailed even and odd mode analysis
* Filter designs for Butterworth, Chebyshev, Bessel and elliptic responses, Kuroda's identities, Richards's transformation, and computer optimized designs
* Transistor amplifier design using Unilateral Gain, Simultaneous Match, Available Gain and Operating Gain approaches, insuring stability, cascading stages, broadbanding, noise theory, and intermodulation effects
Using informal language, High Frequency Techniques takes the reader step-by- step through RF and microwave theory and design, providing a lasting practical reference for the practicing wireless engineer.
*An Instructor's Manual presenting detailed solutions to all the problems in the book is available from the Wiley editorial department.