High frequency (HF) filters have always played an important role in electronic communications, but the use of HF in the rapidly growing field of wireless communications has greatly increased their usage. This is a design guide to printed and L-C filters for RF, microwave and wireless applications. The book includes basic theory, element models, an extended discussion of computer-aided design issues and many filter design examples. Throughout, the focus is on practical issues facing filter designers.
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HF Filter Design and Computer Simulation is a complete guide for printed and L-C filters for RF and microwave applications. It includes easy to understand theory, accurate element models, CAD design, many filter types and practical application issues. Rhea's book goes beyond just theory by describing in detail the design of filters from concept through fabricated units, complete photographs and measured data. This text is a must for all high frequency filter designers. 448 pages, 180 figures, 62 tables, 301 equationsFrom the Author:
This book is directed to the engineer and not the mathematician. We do so in full reverence of the mathematicians who provided the tools to work with in the trenches. For completeness, a review of classic material is included, some of which predates WW II. Of coures most of the material is more recent and some is original. It is at times a strange mixture but always directed at the practical application of the art to today's real-world problems.
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Book Description Mcgraw-Hill (Tx), 1995. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110070520550