Small Signal Microwave Amplifier Design (Electromagnetics and Radar)
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This book explains classical and modern techniques for designing small signal high frequency amplifiers with practical design examples. Linear network theory and transmission line principles provide the foundation for an in depth discussion that includes broadband amplifier design and low-noise techniques. This book is an excellent reference book for RF and microwave designers, as well as a textbook for senior and graduate engineering students. Introduction to linear network theory Transmission line theory and wave propagation Solving transmission line principles and the Smith chart Methods for analyzing microwave networks using S-parameters Circuit synthesis techniques for narrowband amplifiers Broadband amplifier design and broadband matching circuits Noise theory and noise modelling Design of low-noise amplifiers. (Small Signal Microwave Amplifier Design: Solutions NP 032 is also available)
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