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This textbook is an introduction to microwave engineering. The scope of this book extends from topics for a first course in electrical engineering, in which impedances are analyzed using complex numbers, through the introduction of transmission lines that are analyzed using the Smith Chart, and on to graduate level subjects, such as equivalent circuits for obstacles in hollow waveguides, analyzed using Green’s Functions. This book is a virtual encyclopedia of circuit design methods.
Despite the complexity, topics are presented in a conversational manner for ease of comprehension. The book is not only an excellent text at the undergraduate and graduate levels, but is as well a detailed reference for the practicing engineer.
Consider how well informed an engineer will be who has become familiar with these topics as treated in High Frequency Techniques: (in order of presentation)
Brief history of wireless (radio) and the Morse code
U.S. Radio Frequency Allocations
Introduction to vectors
AC analysis and why complex numbers and impedance are used
Circuit and antenna reciprocity
Maximum power transfer
Computer simulation and optimization of networks
LC matching of one impedance to another
Uniform transmission lines for propagation
VSWR, return Loss and mismatch error
The Telegrapher Equations (derived)
Phase and Group Velocities
The Impedance Transformation Equation for lines (derived)
Fano’s and Bode’s matching limits
The Smith Chart (derived)
Slotted Line impedance measurement
Constant Q circles on the Smith Chart
Approximating a transmission line with lumped L’s and C’s
ABCD, Z, Y and Scattering matrix analysis methods for circuits
Statistical Design and Yield Analysis of products
Vector Dot Product, Divergence and Curl
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A practical guide for today's wireless engineer
High Frequency Techniques: An Introduction to RF and Microwave Engineering is a clearly written classical circuit and field theory text illustrated with modern computer simulation software. The book's ten chapters cover:
Using informal language, High Frequency Techniques takes the reader step-by- step through RF and microwave theory and design, providing a lasting practical reference for the practicing wireless engineer.About the Author:
Joseph F. White, PhD, is an instructor and consultant at JFW Industries, Inc. He has twenty-five years of design experience, was technical director at M/A-COM, Inc., and received the IEEE Microwave Theory and Techniques Society's Application Award for "Contributions to Phased Array Antennas." He edited the Microwave Journal and Applied Microwave and Wireless magazines, wrote Microwave Semiconductor Engineering, and is a Fellow of the IEEE. He can be reached at email@example.com.
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Book Description John Wiley & Sons Inc, United States, 2004. Hardback. Condition: New. 1. Auflage. Language: English. Brand new Book. A practical guide for today's wireless engineer High Frequency Techniques: An Introduction to RF and Microwave Engineering is a clearly written classical circuit and field theory text illustrated with modern computer simulation software.The book's ten chapters cover: The origins and current uses of wireless transmission A review of AC analysis, Kirchhoff's laws, RLC elements, skin effect, and introduction to the use of computer simulation software Resonators, Q definitions, and Q-based impedance matching Transmission lines, waves, VSWR, reflection phenomena, Fano's reflection bandwidth limits, telegrapher, and impedance transformation equations Development and in-depth use of the Smith Chart Matrix algebra with Z, Y, ABCD, S, and T matrix applications An unusually thorough introduction to electromagnetic field theory, step-by-step development of vector calculus, Maxwell's equations, waveguides, propagation, and antennas Backward wave, branch line, rat race and Wilkinson couplers, impedance measurements, and detailed even and odd mode analysis Filter designs for Butterworth, Chebyshev, Bessel and elliptic responses, Kuroda's identities, Richards's transformation, and computer optimized designs Transistor amplifier design using Unilateral Gain, Simultaneous Match, Available Gain and Operating Gain approaches, insuring stability, cascading stages, broadbanding, noise theory, and intermodulation effects Using informal language, High Frequency Techniques takes the reader step-by- step through RF and microwave theory and design, providing a lasting practical reference for the practicing wireless engineer.An Instructor's Manual presenting detailed solutions to all the problems in the book is available from the Wiley editorial department. Seller Inventory # LHB9780471455912
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