MICROWAVE DEVICES AND CIRCUIT DESIGN

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PHI Learning Pvt. Ltd., Jan 1, 2006 - Technology & Engineering - 480 pages
This textbook presents a unified treatment of theory, analysis and design of microwave devices and circuits. It is designed to address the needs of undergraduate students of electronics and communi-cation engineering for a course in microwave engineering as well as those of the students pursuing M.Sc. courses in electronics science. The main objective is to provide students with a thorough under-standing of microwave devices and circuits, and to acquaint them with some of the methods used in circuit analysis and design. Several types of planar transmission lines such as stripline, microstrip, slot line and a few other structures have been explained. The important concepts of scattering matrix and Smith chart related to design problems have been discussed in detail. The performance and geometry of microwave transistors-both bipolar and field effect-have been analysed. Microwave passive components such as couplers, power dividers, attenuators, phase shifters and circulators have been comprehensively dealt with. Finally, the analysis and design aspects of microwave transistor amplifiers and oscillators are presented using the scattering parameters technique. Numerous solved problems and chapter-end questions are included for practice and reinforcement of the concepts.
 

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Microwave Devices And Circuit Design
By G. P. Srivastava, Vijay Laxmi Gupta
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Contents

PLANAR TRANSMISSION LINES 5486
54
Questions
84
SMITH CHART AND IMPEDANCE MATCHING 149220
149
WAVEGUIDES CAVITIES AND RESONATORS 221259
221
SOLID STATE MICROWAVE DEVICES 260316
260
MICROWAVE COMPONENTS 317389
317
MICROWAVE AMPLIFIERS AND OSCILLATORS 390464
390
INDEX 465470
465
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SRIVASTAVA, GANESH PRASAD GANESH PRASAD SRIVASTAVA, Ph.D., after a distinguished academic career of more than fifty years, retired as Professor of Electronics from the University of Delhi where he taught Microwave Electronics for more than thirty-five years. He has worked with Nobel Laureate Professor Gehard Herzberg at National Research Council of Canada. His other assignments included work at the University of Sheffield, U.K.; University of Queensland, Australia; University of Piere-et Marie Curie, France; and Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan. Professor Srivastava has published more than 200 papers in leading National and International journals. Forty-eight students earned Ph.D. degree working with him. GUPTA, VIJAY LAXMI VIJAY LAXMI GUPTA is Reader in the Department of Electronic Science, University of Delhi. She has taught Microwave Electronics and other subjects to M.Sc. and M.Tech. courses for more than twenty-six years. She received her Ph.D. from the University of Delhi in the area of optoelectronics. Her research interests include plasma physics and optoelectronics. She has published over 35 research papers in the area of optoelectronic devices.

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