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Practical Microwave Electron Devices

Practical Microwave Electron Devices Author Gerard Meurant
ISBN-10 9781483288697
Release 2013-10-22
Pages 404
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Practical Microwave Electron Devices provides an understanding of microwave electron devices and their applications. All areas of microwave electron devices are covered. These include microwave solid-state devices, including popular microwave transistors and both passive and active diodes; quantum electron devices; thermionic devices (including relativistic thermionic devices); and ferrimagnetic electron devices. The design of each of these devices is discussed as well as their applications, including oscillation, amplification, switching, modulation, demodulation, and parametric interactions. Numerous design examples and case studies are presented throughout the book. For each microwave electron device covered, typical design examples or case studies are presented as well as qualitative or quantitative explanations. The fundamental theory of each device is summarized along with the underlying principles of the design. Each summary is presented so that the design techniques can be applied to other specific cases, designs, and applications. Review questions are included with each chapter to stimulate creative thinking and enhance the acquisition of knowledge and design skills. This book is written for engineers, scientists, and technicians seeking practical knowledge on microwave electron devices and their applications through self-study. It is also suitable for use as a college textbook in upper-division courses for seniors and first-year graduate students in electrical engineering.



RF and Microwave Passive and Active Technologies

RF and Microwave Passive and Active Technologies Author Mike Golio
ISBN-10 142000672X
Release 2007-12-22
Pages 736
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In the high frequency world, the passive technologies required to realize RF and microwave functionality present distinctive challenges. SAW filters, dielectric resonators, MEMS, and waveguide do not have counterparts in the low frequency or digital environment. Even when conventional lumped components can be used in high frequency applications, their behavior does not resemble that observed at lower frequencies. RF and Microwave Passive and Active Technologies provides detailed information about a wide range of component technologies used in modern RF and microwave systems. Updated chapters include new material on such technologies as MEMS, device packaging, surface acoustic wave (SAW) filters, bipolar junction and heterojunction transistors, and high mobility electron transistors (HMETs). The book also features a completely rewritten section on wide bandgap transistors.



The Electronics Handbook Second Edition

The Electronics Handbook  Second Edition Author Jerry C. Whitaker
ISBN-10 9781420036664
Release 2005-04-27
Pages 2640
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During the ten years since the appearance of the groundbreaking, bestselling first edition of The Electronics Handbook, the field has grown and changed tremendously. With a focus on fundamental theory and practical applications, the first edition guided novice and veteran engineers along the cutting edge in the design, production, installation, operation, and maintenance of electronic devices and systems. Completely updated and expanded to reflect recent advances, this second edition continues the tradition. The Electronics Handbook, Second Edition provides a comprehensive reference to the key concepts, models, and equations necessary to analyze, design, and predict the behavior of complex electrical devices, circuits, instruments, and systems. With 23 sections that encompass the entire electronics field, from classical devices and circuits to emerging technologies and applications, The Electronics Handbook, Second Edition not only covers the engineering aspects, but also includes sections on reliability, safety, and engineering management. The book features an individual table of contents at the beginning of each chapter, which enables engineers from industry, government, and academia to navigate easily to the vital information they need. This is truly the most comprehensive, easy-to-use reference on electronics available.



The Electronics Handbook

The Electronics Handbook Author Jerry C. Whitaker
ISBN-10 0849383455
Release 1996-12-23
Pages 2575
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The superb organization of The Electronics Handbook means that it is not only a comprehensive and fascinating reference, but also a pleasure to use. Some of these organizational features include:



Microwave Wireless Communications Technology

Microwave   Wireless Communications Technology Author Joseph J. Carr
ISBN-10 0750697075
Release 1997
Pages 436
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This text offers a practical, device-based approach to the study of microwave and wireless communications. Student objectives, questions and problems, and end-of-chapter summaries are used to reinforce the points made



Microwave and RF Vacuum Electronic Power Sources

Microwave and RF Vacuum Electronic Power Sources Author Richard G. Carter
ISBN-10 9781108666886
Release 2018-03-31
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Do you design and build vacuum electron devices, or work with the systems that use them? Quickly develop a solid understanding of how these devices work with this authoritative guide, written by an author with over 50 years of experience in the field. Rigorous in its approach, it focuses on the theory and design of commercially significant types of gridded, linear-beam, crossed-field and fast-wave tubes. Essential components such as waveguides, resonators, slow-wave structures, electron guns, beams, magnets and collectors are also covered, as well as the integration and reliable operation of devices in microwave and RF systems. Complex mathematical analysis is kept to a minimum, and Mathcad worksheets supporting the book online aid understanding of key concepts and connect the theory with practice. Including coverage of primary sources and current research trends, this is essential reading for researchers, practitioners and graduate students working on vacuum electron devices.



Microwave Electronic Devices

Microwave Electronic Devices Author T.G. Roer
ISBN-10 9781461525004
Release 2012-12-06
Pages 340
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This book deals with microwave electronics, that is to say those components of microwave circuits that generate, amplify, detect or modulate signals. It is based on a course given in the Electrical Engineering Department of Eindhoven University since 1985 and on about twenty years of experience in the microwave field. Somewhat to my surprise I found that there were hardly any textbooks that addressed the specific properties and demands of microwave devices, including vacuum devices and their interactions with circuits. Numerous books exist on semiconductor electronic devices, dealing in an excellent way with the basic device physics, but being somewhat brief on typical micro wave aspects. On the other hand there are also many books that concentrate on electromagnetic theory and passive circuits, treating devices without reference to the underlying physics. In between there are some entirely devoted to a particular device, for example, the GaAs MESFET. With regard to tubes the situation is even worse: books that treat the basic principles are usually quite old and modern books often concentrate on specific devices, like high power tubes. So it seems that there is room for a book like this one. Its aim is to provide an elementary understanding ofmicrowave electronic devices, both vacuum and semiconductor, on the one hand in relation to the basic physics underlying their operation and on the other in relation to their circuit applications.



Handbook of Microwave Technology

Handbook of Microwave Technology Author T. Koryu Ishii
ISBN-10 9780080534107
Release 1995-10-25
Pages 1370
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The Handbook of Microwave Technology provides a reference resource for professionals in business and industry as well as science and engineering students. A compact, concise reference, the Volumes contain focused chapters complete with useful formulas, charts, graphs, tables, examples, and diagrams that are clearly explained and easily applicable to practical cases. Volume I: Components and Devices provides a comprehensive overview of the components and devices used in microwave circuits, including microwave transmission lines, resonators, filters, ferrite devices, solid state devices, transistor oscillators and amplifiers, directional couplers, microstripline components, microwave detectors, mixers, converters and harmonic generators, and microwave solid-state switches, phase shifters and attenuators. Volume II: Applications discusses consumer, industrial, biomedical, and chemical applications of microwave technology. It also covers microwave instrumentation and measurement, thermodynamics, and applications in navigation, law enforcement, and radio communication. * of Volume I * Includes coverage of numerous components and devices used in microwave circuits, including: * Microwave transmission lines * Resonators, filters, ferrite devices, solid state devices * Transistor oscillators and amplifers * Directional couplers and microstripline components * Microwave detectors, mixers, converters, and harmonic generators * Microwave solid-state switches, phase shifters, and attenuators * Key Features of Volume II * Discusses consumer, industrial, biomedical, and chemical applications of microwave technology * Covers microwave instrumentation and measurements * Includes applications in navigation, law enforcement, and radio communication



Microwave Electronics

Microwave Electronics Author Giovanni Ghione
ISBN-10 9781316767061
Release 2017-11-09
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Drawing on over twenty years of teaching experience, this comprehensive yet self-contained text provides an in-depth introduction to the field of integrated microwave electronics. Ideal for a first course on the subject, it covers essential topics such as passive components and transistors, linear, low-noise and power amplifiers, and microwave measurements. An entire chapter is devoted to CAD techniques for analysis and design, covering examples of easy-to-medium difficulty for both linear and non-linear subsystems, and supported online by ADS and AWR project files. More advanced topics are also covered, providing an up-to-date overview of compound semiconductor technologies and treatment of electromagnetic issues and models. Readers can test their knowledge with end-of-chapter questions and numerical problems, and solutions and lecture slides are available online for instructors. This is essential reading for graduate and senior undergraduate students taking courses in microwave, radio-frequency and high-frequency electronics, as well as professional microwave engineers.



Electronics of Microwave Tubes

Electronics of Microwave Tubes Author W Kleen
ISBN-10 9780323153515
Release 2012-12-02
Pages 374
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Electronics of Microwave Tubes presents the fundamentals of microwave tubes. This book explains, both qualitatively and quantitatively, the effects governing the operation of microwave tubes used in telecommunications, including tubes in circuits, properties of resonant circuits, and delay lines used as tube elements. Other topics covered include electron motion in static fields; exchange of power between electron streams and periodic electric fields; and ballistic treatment of electron bunching in regions free from radio-frequency fields. The diodes and grid-controlled tubes; modulation of electron streams by traveling waves in the absence of static transverse fields; and interaction between electron beams and traveling waves in crossed electric and magnetic fields are also elaborated. This text likewise discusses the practical applications of microwave tubes; microwave resonant circuits; delay lines; and electron beams and electron guns. This publication is a good reference for students, physicists, and engineers interested in the field of microwave tubes.



RF and Microwave Semiconductor Device Handbook

RF and Microwave Semiconductor Device Handbook Author Mike Golio
ISBN-10 9781420039979
Release 2002-10-28
Pages 336
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Offering a single volume reference for high frequency semiconductor devices, this handbook covers basic material characteristics, system level concerns and constraints, simulation and modeling of devices, and packaging. Individual chapters detail the properties and characteristics of each semiconductor device type, including: Varactors, Schottky diodes, transit-time devices, BJTs, HBTs, MOSFETs, MESFETs, and HEMTs. Written by leading researchers in the field, the RF and Microwave Semiconductor Device Handbook provides an excellent starting point for programs involving development, technology comparison, or acquisition of RF and wireless semiconductor devices.



Electron Dynamics of Diode Regions

Electron Dynamics of Diode Regions Author Charles K. Birdsall
ISBN-10 9780323162418
Release 1966-01-01
Pages 286
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Electron Dynamics of Diode Regions describes the model construction and analysis of motion of charged particles of diode regions in time-varying fields. The models analyzed are simplified versions of parts of practical devices, primarily active microwave devices, tubes, and semiconductor amplifiers, while the most striking results obtained are due to electron inertia and space-charge effects in terms of laboratory observable. This book is composed of seven chapters, and begins with an introduction to the general concepts of time dependent flow, including induced current, the techniques of linearization, calculating variational transit time, and obtaining equivalent circuits. The following chapters present the classical linear analysis, which includes the space-charge effects, with several applications. These chapters also explore the existence of a maximum stable current in a space-charge limited diode. The discussion then shifts to the basics of high velocity, klystron, gap with nonuniform field distributions, and the application of the multicavity klystron. This text further covers the analysis and examples of crossed-field gaps. The final chapters deal with the fundamentals of velocity and current distributions obtained from common electron emitters, with some attempt to show how the multivelocity streams evolve into single-velocity equivalents needed for the methods of earlier chapters. Results of applying the Lagrangian starting analysis to semiconductor diode regions, necessarily from a new equation of motion, are also provided. This book is intended for graduate courses, seminars, and research studies.



Maser and Laser Engineering

Maser and Laser Engineering Author Thomas Koryu Ishii
ISBN-10 WISC:89000962217
Release 1980
Pages 405
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Maser and Laser Engineering has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Maser and Laser Engineering also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Maser and Laser Engineering book for free.



Intermodulation Distortion in Microwave and Wireless Circuits

Intermodulation Distortion in Microwave and Wireless Circuits Author José Carlos Pedro
ISBN-10 1580536913
Release 2002-12-31
Pages 432
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This unique new book is your single resource for all issues related to intermodulation and multi-tone distortion in microwave and wireless circuits. Beginning with an overview of the general concepts of distortion in microwave and wireless devices, it delves into the theory and practical aspects of nonlinear distortion, tools for nonlinear analysis, mathematical representations of wireless circuits and devices, and design methods for minimizing distortion.



Klystrons Traveling Wave Tubes Magnetrons Crossed Field Amplifiers and Gyrotrons

Klystrons  Traveling Wave Tubes  Magnetrons  Crossed Field Amplifiers  and Gyrotrons Author A. S. Gilmour
ISBN-10 9781608071852
Release 2011
Pages 883
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Microwave tubes are vacuum electron devices used for the generation and amplification of radio frequencies in the microwave range. An established technology area, the use of tubes remains essential in the field today for high-power applications. The culmination of the authorOCOs 50 years of industry experience, this authoritative resource offers you a thorough understanding of the operations and major classes of microwave tubes.Minimizing the use of advanced mathematics, the book places emphasis on clear qualitative explanations of phenomena. This practical reference serves as an excellent introduction for newcomers to the field and offers established tube engineers a comprehensive refresher. Professionals find coverage of all major tube classifications, including klystrons, traveling wave tubes (TWTs), magnetrons, cross field amplifiers, and gyrotrons."



Microwave Wireless Communications

Microwave Wireless Communications Author Antonio Raffo
ISBN-10 9780128039366
Release 2016-03-01
Pages 408
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To design and develop fast and effective microwave wireless systems today involves addressing the three different ‘levels’: Device, circuit, and system. This book presents the links and interactions between the three different levels rather than providing just a comprehensive coverage of one specific level. With the aim of overcoming the sectional knowledge of microwave engineers, this will be the first book focused on explaining how the three different levels interact by taking the reader on a journey through the different levels going from the theoretical background to the practical applications. Explains the links and interactions between the three different design levels of wireless communication transmitters: device, circuit, and system Presents state-of-the-art, challenges, and future trends in the field of wireless communication systems Covers all aspects of both mature and cutting-edge technologies for semiconductor devices for wireless communication applications Many circuit designs outlining the limitations derived from the available transistor technologies and system requirements Explains how new microwave measurement techniques can represent an essential tool for microwave modellers and designers



Fundamentals of Microwave Electronics

Fundamentals of Microwave Electronics Author V. N. Shevchik
ISBN-10 9781483194769
Release 2014-06-20
Pages 288
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Electronics and Instrumentation, Volume 16: Fundamentals of Microwave Electronics provides an understanding of the phenomena that occur in the physics and technology of microwave electron devices. This book presents a systematic examination of the physical processes that take place in microwave electron devices. Organized into three parts encompassing seven chapters, this volume begins with an overview of oscillatory systems used in microwave electron devices. This text then explains the two fundamental methods of producing density modulation of an electron beam. Other chapters consider the energy exchange between an electron beam and an alternating electric field, which is associated with a change in electron kinetic energy. This book discusses as well the basic operational principles of the various microwave electron devices. The final chapter deals with microwave devices with resonator or delay line circuits. This book is a valuable resource for light electrical engineers. Students specializing in the microwave field will also find this book useful.