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Microwave Network Design Using the Scattering Matrix

Microwave Network Design Using the Scattering Matrix

By (author): Janusz A. Dobrowolski
Copyright: 2010
Pages: 280
ISBN: 9781608071302

eBook $153.00 Qty:
This authoritative resource provides you with comprehensive and detailed coverage of the wave approach to microwave network characterization, analysis, and design using scattering parameters. For the first time in any book, all aspects and approaches to wave variables and the scattering matrix are explored. The book compares and contrasts voltage waves, travelling waves, pseudo waves, and power waves, and explains the differences between real scattering parameters, pseudo scattering parameters, and power scattering parameters. You find important discussions on standard scattering matrices and wave quantities, mixed mode wave variables, and noise wave variables with noise wave correlation matrices. Moreover, the book presents clear methods for standard single ended multiport network design and noise analysis. This in-depth reference is packed with over 1,100 equations and numerous illustrations.
Introduction ; Theory of Uniform Waveguides - Modal Electromagnetic Fields. Power Transmitted in a Waveguide. Characteristic Impedance. Normalization of Waveguide Voltage and Current. Transmission Line Equivalent Circuit of a Waveguide.; Theory of Transmission Lines - Lumped Element Circuit Model of a Transmission Line. Voltage and Current Wave Propagation in a Transmission Line. Terminated Transmission Line. Terminated Transmission Line Special Cases. ; Wave Variables and the Scattering Matrix - Voltage Traveling Waves and the Scattering Matrix. Normalized Voltage Traveling Waves and the Generalized Scattering Matrix. Traveling Wave Intensities and the True Scattering Matrix. Pseudowaves and the Pseudoscattering Matrix. Generalized Multiport Network Cascade Matrix. Load Impedance. Power Waves and the Power Scattering Matrix. ; Signal Analysis of Multiport Networks - Wave Relations For Basic Elements of Multiport Networks. Microwave Network Analysis Using Scattering Parameters and Signal Flow Graphs. Signal Analysis of Two-Port Networks. Multiport Network Analysis. Multielement Multiport Network Analysis Using Connection Scattering Matrix Approach.; Mode Wave Variables and Mixed Mode Scattering Matrix of Differential Networks -Differential and Common Mode Definitions. Mode-Specific Waves and Impedances. Mixed Mode Scattering Parameters. Transformation Between Standard- and Mixed-Mode Scattering Parameters. Generalized Mixed-Mode Pseudoscattering Matrix. Mixed-Mode Cascade Matrix.; Noise Wave Variables and the Scattering Matrix - Noise Waves. Noise Wave Representation of Microwave Networks. Other Noise Representations of Noisy Networks and Their Transformations to Noise Wave Parameters. Noise Modeling of Microwave Network Elements. Two-Port to Three-Port Noise Wave Transformation. Noise Wave Correlation Matrices of Embedded Multiport Networks. Deembedding Noise Wave Parameters of Cascaded Noisy Two-Port Networks. ; Noise Analysis of Multiport Networks - Basic Relationships For Noisy Multiport Networks. Classical Two-Port Network Noise Theory. Noise Figure of a Two-Port Network. Two-Port Network Noise Analysis Using Scattering Matrix. Noise Analysis of Two-Port Networks Using Noise Waves And Cascade (Transfer Scattering) Matrix. Noise Analysis of Multielement Multiport Networks Using Connection Scattering Matrix Approach. Noise Analysis of Multiport Networks.; Scattering Functions in Nonlinear Modeling of Microwave Devices - Large-Signal Scattering Functions. Linearization of Scattering Functions. The Time Reference. Application of the Response Coefficients Matrices S and S/ to Predict Nonlinear Device Performance. Experimental Determination of the Response Coefficients Matrices S and S.; Appendix. About the Author. Index ;
  • Janusz A. Dobrowolski Janusz A. Dobrowolski is a professor and head of the Microwave Circuits and Instrumentation Division of the Institute of Electronic Systems at the Warsaw University of Technology. He holds an M.Sc., Ph.D. and D.Sc. in electrical engineering from Warsaw University of Technology.
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