Nonlinear Microwave Circuit Design

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Design techniques for nonlinear microwave circuits are much less developed than for linear microwave circuits. Until now there has been no up-to-date text available in this area. Current titles in this field are considered outdated and tend to focus on analysis, failing to adequately address design and measurement aspects.

Giannini and Leuzzi provide the theoretical background to non-linear microwave circuits before going on to discuss the practical design and measurement of non-linear circuits and components. Non-linear Microwave Circuit Design reviews all of the established analysis and characterisation techniques available and provides detailed coverage of key modelling methods. Practical examples are used throughout the text to emphasise the design and application focus of the book.

  • Provides a unique, design-focused, coverage of non-linear microwave circuits
  • Covers the fundamental properties of nonlinear circuits and methods for device modelling
  • Outlines non-linear measurement techniques and characterisation of active devices
  • Reviews available design methodologies for non-linear power amplifiers and details advanced software modelling tools
  • Provides the first detailed treatment of non-linear frequency multipliers, mixers and oscillators
  • Focuses on the application potential of non-linear components

Practicing engineers and circuit designers working in microwave and communications engineering and designing new applications, as well as senior undergraduates, graduate students and researchers in microwave and communications engineering and their libraries will find this a highly rewarding read.

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John Wiley & Sons
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Published on
Oct 22, 2004
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Pages
402
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ISBN
9780470020685
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English
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Genres
Technology & Engineering / Electrical
Technology & Engineering / Microwaves
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Read this book to learn the main concepts that are fundamental for optimum amplifier design. Practical design techniques are set out, stating the pros and cons for each method presented in this text. In addition to novel theoretical discussion and workable guidelines, you will find helpful running examples and case studies that demonstrate the key issues involved in power amplifier (PA) design flow.

Highlights include:

Clarification of topics which are often misunderstood and misused, such as bias classes and PA nomenclatures. The consideration of both hybrid and monolithic microwave integrated circuits (MMICs). Discussions of switch-mode and current-mode PA design approaches and an explanation of the differences. Coverage of the linearity issue in PA design at circuit level, with advice on low distortion power stages. Analysis of the hot topic of Doherty amplifier design, plus a description of advanced techniques based on multi-way and multi-stage architecture solutions.

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an ideal tutorial for MSc and postgraduate students taking courses in microwave electronics and solid state circuit/device design; a useful reference text for practising electronic engineers and researchers in the field of PA design and microwave and RF engineering.

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