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|عنوان||High Frequency Circuit Design|
|زیر عنوان||With Keysight and MATLAB Design Examples|
|توضیحات||Unlike the many traditional textbooks written mainly for the classroom teaching, the High Frequency Circuit Design book can be taught in a classroom or in a computer lab where students can use a very low-cost or no-cost software in solving the many examples in the book. For example, the High Frequency Circuit Design book shows how to use the MATLAB Scripting in solving all the impedance matching examples in the book.This book introduces not only a solid understanding of the RF and microwave concepts and components but more importantly it shows how to use the software tools in the analysis and synthesis of these essential components in a design flow as practiced in industry. A brief organization of the book is as follows:In chapter 1, a thorough analysis of RF and microwave concepts and components are presented.In chapter 2, propagation of the plane waves in different media is introduced. Popular types of transmission lines such as coaxial, microstrip, stripline, and waveguides are defined and their parameters and performances are discussed. Microstrip bias feed and directional couplers are designed. In Chapter 3, derivation of RF and microwave network parameters, development and use of the network S parameters, and the movement of the lumped and distributed elements on the Smith chart are presented. In Chapter 4, the subject of resonant circuits and filters are thoroughly discussed and several resonators and filters are designed. In Chapter 5, the conditions for maximum power transfer and the equations for matching any two impedances are derived. Both analytical and graphical techniques are used to design narrowband and broadband impedance matching networks. In Chapter 6, analytic design equations for quarter-wave transformer and single-stub matching networks are derived. Narrowband and broadband distributed matching networks are designed. In Chapter 7, single-stage amplifiers are designed by utilizing two different impedance matching objectives. The first amplifier is designed for maxim gain where the input and the output are conjugately matched, the second amplifier is a low noise amplifier where the transistor is selectively mismatched to achieve a specific Noise Figure.|
|رتبه بندی سنی||NOT_MATURE|
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