Handbook of Microwave and Optical Components, Optical Components
Microwave Solid State Circuit Design Edited by Inder Bahl and Prakash Bhartia An introduction to microwave solid-state circuit design, emphasizing ... Show synopsis Microwave Solid State Circuit Design Edited by Inder Bahl and Prakash Bhartia An introduction to microwave solid-state circuit design, emphasizing devices with practical applications. Provides step-by-step procedures which help the reader sharpen skills in circuit design. Chapters are written by specialists in the topics covered, and include illustrated examples and problem sets. Coverage includes the design of both active and passive devices, transmission lines, lumped elements, resonators, impedance-matching networks, hybrids, couplers, filters, multiplexers, oscillators, amplifiers, detectors, mixers, microwave control circuits, and frequency multipliers and dividers. Contains appendixes, lists of acronyms and symbols, and extensive references. 1988 (0 471-83189-1) 914 pp. Numerical Techniques for Microwave and Millimmeter Wave Passive Structures Edited by Tatsuo Itoh This work presents practical numerical methods for analyzing passive structures in microwave and millimeter-wave integrated circuits, including the finite element method, integral equation technique, planar circuit analysis, spectral domain approach, and the method of lines. Each chapter is devoted to a single method--written by an expert in that technique--beginning with a brief historical account, followed by a description and detailed formulation of the method, illustrated by practical examples. By chapter's end, the reader will be able to write computer programs employing the method discussed (a number of chapters include sample computer programs for reference). Appendixes, references, and an index complete this work. 1989 (0 471-62563-9) 707 pp. Phase Noise Analysis in Radar Systems Using Personal Computers Stanley J. Goldman A guide to using a PC in analyzing the effects of phase noise on the performance of a radar system and its major subsystems. Chapters follow the path of phase noise in a radar system, from its generation through its transmission, reception, and processing, to its final displayed level. Examines the radar system design process in light of the effects of phase noise on system performance. Provides computer programs and solved practical problems. 1989 (0 471-61894-2) 518 pp.