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Solid State Microwave Devices

Solid State Microwave Devices

By (author): Thomas S. Laverghetta
Copyright: 1987
Pages: 208
ISBN: 9780890062166

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This comprehensive technical reference answers your practical and theoretical questions concerning every aspect from the choice of substrate material to the finished component design. An expansive list of related terminology, helpful examples, and 143 illustrations make even the more complex concepts easy to understand. The book recounts the progress of solid-state devices from the use of GaAs FETs in the early 1970s to their predominance today in every corner of the microwave industry. This chronological presentation higlights the advances of modern solid-state technology in terms of noise minimization, extended frequency limits, and power consistency.
Introduction. Solid-State Materials. Solid-State Junctions. Microwave Diodes. Microwave Transistors. Solid-State Components. Summary. Glossary. Bibliography. Index.
  • Thomas S. Laverghetta Thomas S. Laverghetta is a professor of electrical and computer engineering technology at Purdue University. The author of more than 10 books, including Microwave Materials and Fabrication Techniques, Third Edition (Artech House, 2000), he has taught U.S. Navy training courses and professional courses on microwave technology throughout the United States, Canada, and Norway. Before joining the faculty at Purdue, he was a senior engineer for ITT Aerospace Division. He earned his B.S. in electrical engineering from Syracuse University and his M.S. in electrical engineering from Purdue University.
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