New PDF release: RF and microwave integrated circuits : passive components

By Leo Maloratsky

ISBN-10: 0080492053

ISBN-13: 9780080492056

ISBN-10: 075067699X

ISBN-13: 9780750676991

The expansion in RF and wireless/mobile computing units that function at microwave frequencies has led to explosive call for for built-in circuits in a position to working at such frequencies that allows you to accomplish services like frequency department, section transferring, attenuation, and isolators and circulators for antennas. This publication is an advent to such ICs, combining conception and sensible purposes of these units. as well as this mixed thought and alertness technique, the writer discusses the serious value of differing fabrication fabrics at the functionality of ICs at assorted frequencies. this is often a space frequently ignored whilst settling on ICs for RF and microwave purposes, but it may be an important think about how an IC plays in a given application.

  • Gives reader a superb heritage in an more and more very important quarter of circuit design
  • Emphasis on mixture of theoretical discussions with useful program examples
  • In-depth dialogue of severe, yet usually missed subject of alternative fabrication fabric performances at various frequencies

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