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Published December 2, 2019 by CRC Press
195 Pages - 94 B/W Illustrations

 
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MICROWAVE INTEGRATED CIRCUIT COMPONENTS DESIGN THROUGH MATLAB®

This book teaches the student community microwave integrated circuit component design through MATLAB®, helping the reader to become conversant in using codes and, thereafter, commercial software for verification purposes only. Microwave circuit theory and its comparisons, transmission line networks, S-parameters, ABCD parameters, basic design parameters of planar transmission lines (striplines, microstrips, slot lines, coplanar waveguides, finlines), filter theory, Smith chart, inverted Smith chart, stability circles, noise figure circles and microwave components, are thoroughly explained in the book. The chapters are planned in such a way that readers get a thorough understanding to ensure expertise in design. Aimed at senior undergraduates, graduates and researchers in electrical engineering, electromagnetics, microwave circuit design and communications engineering, this book:

• Explains basic tools for design and analysis of microwave circuits such as the Smith chart and network parameters

• Gives the advantage of realizing the output without wiring the circuit by simulating through MATLAB code

• Compares distributed theory with network theory

• Includes microwave components, filters and amplifiers

S. Raghavan was a Senior Professor (HAG) in the Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, National Institute of Technology (NIT), Trichy, India and has 39 years of teaching and research experience at the Institute. His interests include: microwave integrated circuits, RF MEMS, Bio MEMS, metamaterial, frequency selective surfaces (FSS), substrate integrated waveguides (SIW), biomedical engineering and microwave engineering. He has established state-of-the-art MICs and microwave research laboratories at NIT, Trichy with funding from the Indian government. He is a Fellow/Senior Member in more than 24 professional societies including: IEEE (MTT, EMBS, APS), IETE, IEI, CSI, TSI, ISSS, ILA and ISOI. He is twice a recipient of the Best Teacher Award, and has received the Life Time Achievement Award, Distinguished Professor of Microwave Integrated Circuit Award and Best Researcher Award.

Table of Contents

Foreword

Preface

Acknowledgments

Author

Chapter 1 Transmission Line Networks

    1. Introduction
    2. Characteristics Impedance for different length
    3. T-network and -network sections equivalent of a transmission line
    4. T-Network and π-Network
    5. Standard L Section from which all other network topology are built
    6. Standard T-Network and π-Network formed with basic L-section shown
    7. Relationship Between and Cut-Off Frequency ()
    8. Methods of Realizing L and C
    9. S-Parameters
    10. ABCD Parameter
    11. Two Port Networks Matched on image and Iteration Basics
    12. Equivalent Transmission Line circuit representation of TM and TE waves
    13. Basic Interconnection of the two-port network
    14. Transmission Line
    15. Effective ABCD Parameters
    16. Conversion of ABCD parameter of transformer into S-parameter
    17. Unit Element (UE)
    18. K-Inverter (Impedance Inverter)
    19. J-Inverter (Admittance Inverter)
    20. Analysis of odd mode and even mode
    21. Kuroda’s Identities

Chapter 2. Planar Transmission Lines

2.1 Microwave Theory and Circuits

2.2 Planar transmission lines and microwave integrated circuits

2.3 Stripline

2.4 Microstrip line

2.5 Suspended Microstrip Line and inverted Microstrip Line

2.6 Slotline

2.7 Comparison between Slot line-Microstrip Line

2.8 Coplanar Waveguide (CPW)

2.8.1 Calculation of Phase velocity (ν_p) and Z_0 for CPW with infinitely thick substrate

2.9 Coplanar Strips (CPS)

2.10 Fin Line

2.11 MIC

2.12 Static –TEM parameters

2.13 Effects of Discontinuities

2.14 Applications of Transmission Line more than 100 GHz

2.15 Summary

Chapter 3. Microwave Integrated Circuit (MIC) Components

3.1 Directional Coupler

3.2 Two Stub Branch Line Coupler

3.3 Hybrid Ring coupler

3.4 Back waveguide Coupler

3.5 Basic T-Junction Power Divider

Chapter 4. Microwave Filters

4.1 Introduction

4.2 Classification

4.3 Coupling matrix

4.4 Lumped Element Filter

4.5 Prototype Low-Pass Filter and its Design Equations for Maximally Flat and Tchebycheff

Response

4.6 Butterworth Low Pass Prototype

4.7 Band Pass Filter (BPF) Design Equations

4.8 Filter Transformation

4.9 Filter Problems

Chapter 5. Microwave Amplifiers

    1. Stability
    2. Input and Output Stability Circles
    3. Unconditional Stability
    4. Stability Circles
    5. Input Stability Circle
    6. Constant Gain Circles
    7. Design Procedure for Stability Circle
    8. Noise Figure
    9. Low Noise Amplifier
    10. S-Parameters and Signal Flow Graphs
    11. Derivation of
    12. Constant Gain Circles
    13. Normalized Gain Factors and
    14. Input Reflection Coefficient ()
    15. Output Reflection Coefficient ()
    16. Summary

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S. Raghavan was a Senior Professor (HAG) in the Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, National Institute of Technology (NIT), Trichy, India and has 39 years of teaching and research experience at the Institute. His interests include: microwave integrated circuits, RF MEMS, Bio MEMS, metamaterial, frequency selective surfaces (FSS), substrate integrated waveguides (SIW), biomedical engineering and microwave engineering. He has established state-of-the-art MICs and microwave research laboratories at NIT, Trichy with funding from the Indian government. He is a Fellow/Senior Member in more than 24 professional societies including: IEEE (MTT, EMBS, APS), IETE, IEI, CSI, TSI, ISSS, ILA and ISOI. He is twice a recipient of the Best Teacher Award, and has received the Life Time Achievement Award, Distinguished Professor of Microwave Integrated Circuit Award and Best Researcher Award.

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