Theory Of Power Matching by János LadvánszkyTheory Of Power Matching by János Ladvánszky

Theory Of Power Matching

byJános Ladvánszky

Paperback | May 22, 2019

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This book describes the development of the power matching problem.  It starts with the derivative-free proof of conjugate matching, goes through the nonlinear, resistive maximum power theorem and its reversal, extension of the concept of equivalence in the case of nonlinear circuits, application of the nonlinear, and resistive maximum power theorem for diode measurement.  The author treats practically important special cases of nonlinear, dynamic power matching with applications, and the most general solution that is not realizable. 


Dr. J. Ladvánszky has an MSc degree in electrical engineering from the Budapest University of Technology and Economics in 1978, and a PhD degree in microwave circuits from the Hungarian Academy of Sciences in 1988. He is just before defending his DSc degree in optics from the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. His present interest is circu...
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Title:Theory Of Power MatchingFormat:PaperbackDimensions:76 pagesPublished:May 22, 2019Publisher:Springer NatureLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:3030166309

ISBN - 13:9783030166304

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1. Introduction: Importance.- Chapter 2. Overview.- Chapter 3. Linear, time invariant one ports: A derivative-free proof of the global optimum.- Chapter 4. Nonlinear, resistive case.- Chapter 5. Linear multiports, competitive power matching (Lin).- Chapter 6. The scattering matrix (Belevitch approach), with application to broadband matching.- Chapter 7. Foundation concepts based on power matching (Youla, Castriota, Carlin).- Chapter 8. Special cases: Describing functions and weakly nonlinear case (Own results).- Chapter 9. The most general solution (Wyatt).- Chapter 10. Conclusions.