Microwave Solid-State Circuits and Applications by Kai ChangMicrowave Solid-State Circuits and Applications by Kai Chang

Microwave Solid-State Circuits and Applications

byKai Chang

Hardcover | April 6, 1994

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Focuses on the basic operating principles and the techniques used to incorporate the devices into circuit applications. Part one reviews fundamental principles in transmission lines and circuits as well as semiconductor physics. Two-terminal solid-state devices, circuits and applications are covered in the second section. Part three discusses three-terminal solid-state devices, circuits and applications. Introduces noise figures and system parameters for receiver design. Includes numerous examples and problems.
Title:Microwave Solid-State Circuits and ApplicationsFormat:HardcoverDimensions:456 pages, 9.57 × 6.36 × 1.06 inPublished:April 6, 1994Publisher:Wiley

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ISBN - 10:0471540447

ISBN - 13:9780471540441

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Table of Contents

Transmission Lines and Waveguides.

S Parameters and Circuit Representations.

Review of Semiconductor Physics.

Varactor Devices and Circuits.

Detector and Mixed Devices and Circuits.

Receiver Noise Figure and Dynamic Range.

p-i-n Diodes and Control Devices.

Oscillator and Amplifier Circuits Using Two-Terminal Devices.

Transferred Electron Devices and Circuits.

IMPATT Devices and Circuits.

Field-Effect Transistors.

Bipolar Transistors, HEMTs, and HBTs.

Transistor Amplifiers.

Transistor Oscillators.

Transistor Mixers, Switches, Phase Shifters, and Multipliers.

Appendices.

From Our Editors

The main thrust of the rapid advance of microwave technology over the past four decades has been directed toward and powered by the development of new solid-state devices and circuits. In many cases, however, technological development has advanced with such speed that it has laxed the ability of professionals and educators to keep up with it, leaving both students and working electrical engineers with an incomplete knowledge of modern microwave technologies. Microwave Solid-State Circuits and Applications offers a comprehensive presentation of microwave technologies based on solid-state devices and circuits, with emphasis on operational principles and techniques for incorporating these devices into circuit applications. Fundamental design equations are derived and practical examples are given whenever possible. More than 300 illustrations serve to clarify principles and concepts under discussion, and a set of problems at the end of each chapter helps strengthen students' grasp of the subject. The book is organized into three sections: a review of fundamental princ