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Microwave Engineering-II

By Archana Agrawal, Sachin Chauhan

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Specifications of Microwave Engineering-II

Book Details

  • 978-81-88870-82-0
  • English
  • 2009, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
  • Paper Back
  • 295

Contents

  • 1. Impedance Transformation and Matching

    Lumped Elements for Microwave Integrated Circuits, Substrates for Microwave Integrated Circuits, The Smith Chart, Impedance Matching and Tuning, Matching With Lumped Elements (L Networks), Single-Stub Tuning, Double-Stub Tuning, The Quarter-wave Transformer, The Theory of Small Reflections, Review Questions

    2. Microwave Diodes and Diodes Circuits

    Introduction, Diodes, Crystal Diode, Schottky Diode, Diode Detector Circuit, Diode Mixer, Harmonic Mixer, PIN Diode and Its Applications, Varactor Diode, Construction, Operation, Figure of Merit of Varactor Diode, Applications of Varactor Diodes, Tunnel Diode (Esaki Diode), Operation, Equivalent Circuit of Tunnel Diode, Applications of Tunnel Diode, Performance Characteristics of Tunnel Diode, Transferred Electron Devices (TED) Gunn Diodes, Transferred Electron Devices (TED’s), Construction of Gunn Diode, Working Principle, Domain Formation, Modes of Operation of TED’s, Performance Characteristics, Applications of Gunn Diode, Avalanche Transit-Time Devices (ATTD), IMPATT Diodes, TRAPATT Diode,

    Solved Problems, Review Questions

    3. Microwave Transistors and Circuits

    Introduction, Microwave Bipolar Junction Transistors (BJT), Construction, Principle of Operation, Different Parameters Associated with BJT, Power Frequency Limitations, Performance Characteristics, Advantages, Drawbacks, FET (Field Effect Transistor), Difference between BJT’s and FET’s JFET, MESFET (Metal Semiconductor Field Effect Transistor), Microwave Transistors and Circuits, Microwave Bipolar Transistors, Unipolar Field-Effect Transistors, Microwave Transistor Amplifiers, Amplifier Stability, Transistor Amplifier Noise, Microwave Amplifier Design, Microwave Transistor Oscillator, CCD (Charge Coupled Devices), Construction,  Working Principle,  Surface Channel Charge Coupled Devices (SCCD), Performance Characteristics, Applications, Solved Problems,  Review Questions

    4. Klystrons

    Limitations of Conventional Vacuum Tubes at High Frequency, Reflex Klystron, Velocity Modulation, Power Output and Efficiency of Reflex Klystrons, Electronic Admittance, Characteristics of Reflex Klystron, Solved Problems, Review Questions

    5. Magnetrons

    Introduction, Cavity Magnetron, Effect of Magnetic Field and Electric Field, Operation, Mathematical Analysis, Condition for Sustained Oscillations, Practical Considerations, Efficiency and Power Output, Coaxial Magnetron, Frequency Agile Coaxial Magnetron, Voltage Tunable Magnetron, Forward Wave Cross Field Amplifier (CFA), Characteristics of CFAB, ackward Wave Crossed Field Oscillator (BWCO), Linear M-Carcinotron, Circular M-Carcinotron, Solved Problems, Review Questions

    6.  Two Cavity Klystron Amplifier

    Introduction, Klystrons,Working Principle of two Cavity Klystrons, Velocity Modulation Process, Bunching Process, Output Power of Klystron, Induced Current in the Catcher Cavity,Efficiency of Klystron, Mutual Conductance of a Klystron Amplifier, Power Required to Bunch, Multicavity Klystron, Solved Problems, Review Questions

    7. Travelling Wave Tubes (TWT) Amplifier

    Introduction, Helix TWT, Construction of TWT, Operation, Slow-Wave Structure, Amplification Process, Convection Current, Electric Field, Wave Modes, Characteristics of TWT, Coupled-Cavity Travelling-Wave Tubes, Principle of Operation, Continuous Wave Oscillator (CW Oscillator) , Solved Problems, Review Questions

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ashish singhal

04 Sep 2013

best

this is the good book in that section provide good examlple and diagram

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