Modern Microwave Circuits by Noyan Kinayman and M I Aksun

Modern Microwave Circuits by Noyan Kinayman and M. I. Aksun

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Contents of Modern Microwave Circuits

  • Chapter Microwave Network Theory
  • Review of Electromagnetic Theory
  • Maxwell’s Equations: Time-Dependent Forms
  • Maxwell’s Equations: Time-Harmonic Forms
  • Fields in Material Media: Constitutive Relations
  • The Wave Equation
  • Boundary Conditions
  • Energy Flow and the Poynting Vector
  • Plane Electromagnetic Waves
  • General Uniform Plane Waves
  • Plane Waves in Lossy Media
  • Transmission Lines
  • Field Analysis of General Cylindrical Waveguides
  • Transmission Line Equations Via Field Analysis
  • Transmission Line Equations Via Circuit Analysis
  • Analysis of General Transmission Line Circuits
  • Analysis of Terminated Transmission Line Circuits
  • Circuit Parameters
  • Scattering Parameters
  • Transfer Parameters
  • Z- and Y-Parameters
  • ABCD-Parameters
  • Circuit Parameters of Various Simple Networks
  • TEM Transmission Line
  • Pi-Network
  • T-Network
  • Equivalent Circuit of a Short Transmission Line
  • Signal Flowgraphs
  • Nontouching Loop Rule
  • Signal Flowgraphs of Some Microwave Components
  • Power Gain
  • The Smith Chart
  • Impedance Matching
  • Single-Stub Matching
  • Double-Stub Matching
  • Matching with Lumped Elements
  • Network Analyzers
  • Calibration of Network Analyzers
  • SOLT Calibration
  • TRL Calibration
  • Multiline TRL
  • Two-Tier and One-Tier Calibration
  • Lumped Resonator Circuits
  • Transmission Line Resonators
  • Tapped Transmission Line Resonators
  • Synthesis of Matching Networks
  • Positive Real Functions
  • Foster’s Reactance Theorem
  • Darlington’s Method
  • Matching a Resistive Generator to an RLC Load
  • References
  • Chapter Microwave Printed Circuits
  • History of Microwave Printed Circuits
  • Microstrip Lines
  • Characteristic Impedance
  • Conductor Losses
  • Dielectric Losses
  • Radiation Losses
  • Higher-Order Modes and Dispersion
  • Surface Waves
  • Striplines
  • Characteristic Impedance
  • Conductor Losses
  • Dielectric Losses
  • Higher-Order Modes
  • Coplanar Waveguides
  • Characteristic Impedance
  • Higher-Order Modes
  • Microstrip Discontinuities
  • Microstrip Open End
  • Microstrip Series Gap
  • Change in Microstrip Width
  • Microstrip Bend
  • Microstrip T-Junction
  • Substrates for Microwave Printed Circuits
  • Laminates
  • Ceramics
  • Manufacturing Techniques for Printed Circuits
  • Multilayer Printed Circuits
  • Measurement of Substrate Materials
  • Dielectric Properties of Materials
  • Transmission/Reflection Method
  • Split-Cylinder Resonator Method
  • References
  • Chapter Full-Wave Analysis of Printed Circuits
  • Review of Analysis Techniques for Printed Circuits
  • General Review of Green’s Functions
  • Green’s Function of Scalar Wave Equation
  • Green’s Function of Vector Wave Equation
  • Point Sources and Their Spectral Representations
  • Impulse Function Representations of Point Sources
  • Scalar Green’s Function for a Line Source
  • Scalar Green’s Function for a Point Source
  • Analysis of Planar Multilayer Media
  • Fresnel’s Reflection and Transmission Coefficients
  • Generalized Reflection and Transmission Coefficients
  • Green’s Functions in Planar Multilayer Media
  • Application of MoM to Printed Circuits
  • Integral Equations
  • Method of Moments
  • References
  • Chapter Microstrip Patch Antennas
  • Design of Microstrip Patch Antennas
  • Quality Factor
  • Resonance Frequency
  • Radiation Resistance
  • Bandwidth
  • Radiation Pattern
  • Surface Waves
  • Analysis Techniques for Patch Antennas
  • Transmission Line Model
  • Cavity Model
  • Full-Wave Analysis Methods
  • Proximity-Coupled Microstrip Patch Antennas
  • Aperture-Coupled Microstrip Patch Antennas
  • Stacked Microstrip Patch Antennas
  • Microstrip Patch Antennas with Parasitic Elements
  • Inset-Fed Microstrip Patch Antennas
  • Circularly Polarized Microstrip Patch Antennas
  • Coupling Between Microstrip Patch Antennas
  • References
  • Chapter Microstrip Coupled Lines
  • Analysis of Coupled TEM Lines
  • Analysis of Symmetrical Coupled TEM Lines
  • Analysis of Asymmetrical Coupled TEM Lines
  • The MTL Formulation
  • Lossless Lines in Homogenous Medium
  • Lossless Lines in Inhomogeneous Medium
  • Z-Parameters of Coupled-Line Sections
  • Coupled Microstrip Lines
  • Microstrip Directional Couplers
  • Coupled Striplines
  • Edge-Coupled Striplines
  • Broadside-Coupled Striplines
  • Wide-Bandwidth Directional Couplers
  • Hybrid Couplers
  • References
  • Chapter Microstrip Filters
  • Basic Filter Theory
  • Filter Transformations
  • Norton’s Transformations
  • Darlington’s Method
  • Impedance Inverters
  • Richard’s Transformation
  • Stepped-Impedance Microstrip Filters
  • Coupled-Line Microstrip Filters
  • Bandstop Filters
  • Filter Design by Coupling
  • Interdigital Filters
  • Hairpin Filters
  • Cross-Coupled Filters
  • Cascade Quadruplets and Triplets
  • Filter Synthesis by Optimization
  • DC-Block Circuits
  • References
  • Chapter Microwave Lumped Elements
  • Basic Lumped Elements
  • MIM Capacitors
  • Interdigital Capacitors
  • Spiral Inductors
  • Model Extraction of Lumped Elements
  • Modeling Based on Equivalent Physical Networks
  • Modeling Based on Parameter Estimation
  • Interfacing with Circuit Simulators
  • Scalable Models of Lumped Elements
  • Dimensional Analysis
  • References
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