Learn the fundamentals of RF and microwave electronics visually, using many thoroughly tested, practical examples
RF and microwave technology are essential throughout industry and to a world of new applications-in wireless communications, in Direct Broadcast TV, in Global Positioning System (GPS), in healthcare, medical and many other sciences. Whether you're seeking to strengthen your skills or enter the field for the first time, Radio Frequency and Microwave Electronics Illustrated is the fastest way to master every key measurement, electronic, and design principle you need to be effective. Dr. Matthew Radmanesh uses easy mathematics and a highly graphical approach with scores of examples to bring about a total comprehension of the subject. Along the way, he clearly introduces everything from wave propagation to impedance matching in transmission line circuits, microwave linear amplifiers to hard-core nonlinear active circuit design in Microwave Integrated Circuits (MICs). Coverage includes:
Dr. Radmanesh has drawn upon his many years of practical experience in the microwave industry and educational arena to introduce an exceptionally wide range of practical concepts and design methodology and techniques in the most comprehensible fashion. Applications include small-signal, narrow-band, low noise, broadband and multistage transistor amplifiers; large signal/high power amplifiers; microwave transistor oscillators, negative-resistance circuits, microwave mixers, rectifiers and detectors, switches, phase shifters and attenuators. The book is intended to provide a workable knowledge and intuitive understanding of RF and microwave electronic circuit design.
Radio Frequency and Microwave Electronics Illustrated includes a comprehensive glossary, plus appendices covering key symbols, physical constants, mathematical identities/formulas, classical laws of electricity and magnetism, Computer-Aided-Design (CAD) examples and more. About the Web Site
The accompanying web site has an "E-Book" containing actual design examples and methodology from the text, in Microsoft Excel environment, where files can easily be manipulated with fresh data for a new design.
Once, RF and microwave technology was largely restricted to military applications. Now, these technologies are central to a world of wireless applications -- and thousands of engineers are seeking to strengthen their skills, or enter the field for the first time. In Radio Frequency and Microwave Electronics Illustrated, Dr. Matthew Radmanesh has written the ideal book for this new generation of RF/microwave engineer -- minimizing mathematics in favor of a highly graphical approach that includes scores of examples covering every key measurement, electronic, and design principle engineers must understand to be effective. The book starts with an overview of the basic concepts and laws of electrical and electronics engineering, and the fundamental circuit mathematics and low-frequency concepts engineers need before they can successfully design RF/wireless systems. He reviews impedance matching and passive circuit design; and demonstrates how to use the Smith Chart in designing circuits -- both circuits that contain only distributed elements, such as transmission lines, and circuits with both distributed and lumped elements.
|Title:||Radio Frequency and Microwave Electronics Illustrated[ With CDROM]||Publisher:||Prentice Hall PTR|
|Author:||Matthew M Radmanesh , Asad M Madni|
|No. of Units:||1|
|No. of Pages:||864|