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Electromagnetics for High-Speed Analog and Digital Communication Circuits

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ISBN-10: 0521853508

ISBN-13: 9780521853507

Edition: 2006

Authors: Ali M. Niknejad

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Modern communications technology demands smaller, faster and more efficient circuits. This book reviews the fundamentals of electromagnetism in passive and active circuit elements, highlighting various effects and potential problems in designing a new circuit. The author begins with a review of the basics -the origin of resistance, capacitance, and inductance-, then progresses to more advanced topics such as passive device design and layout, resonant circuits, impedance matching, high-speed switching circuits, and parasitic coupling and isolation techniques. Using examples and applications in RF and microwave systems, the author describes transmission lines, transformers, and distributed…    
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Book details

List price: $99.99
Copyright year: 2006
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Publication date: 2/22/2007
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 464
Size: 6.75" wide x 9.75" long x 1.10" tall
Weight: 2.332
Language: English

Preface
Acknowledgments
Introduction
Motivation
System in Package (SiP): chip and package co-design
Future wireless communication systems
Circuits and electromagnetic simulation
Capacitance
Electrostatics review
Capacitance
Non-linear capacitance
References
Resistance
Ohm's Law
Conduction in semiconductors
Diffusion
Thermal noise
References
Ampere, Faraday, and Maxwell
Ampere: static magnetic fields
Magnetic materials
Faraday's big discovery
Maxwell's displacement current
References
Inductance
Introduction
Inductance
Magnetic energy and inductance
Discussion of inductance
Partial inductance and return currents
Impedance and quality factor
Frequency response of inductors
Quality factor of inductors
Inductors and switching circuits
Preview: how inductors mutate into capacitors
References
Passive device design and layout
Ring inductor
The classic coil
Spirals
Symmetric inductors
Multilayer inductors
Inductor equivalent circuit models
Integrated capacitors
Calculation by means of the vector potential
References
Appendix: Filamental partial mutual inductance
Resonance and impedance matching
Resonance
The many faces of Q
Impedance matching
Distributed matching networks
Filters
References
Small-signal high-speed amplifiers
Broadband amplifiers
Classical two-port amplifier design
Transistor figures of merit
References
Transmission lines
Distributed properties of a cable
An infinite ladder network
Transmission lines as distributed ladder networks
Transmission line termination
Lossless transmission lines
Lossy transmission lines
Field theory of transmission lines
T-line structures
Transmission line circuits
The Smith Chart
Transmission line-matching networks
References
Transformers
Ideal transformers
Dot convention
Coupled inductors as transformers
Coupled inductor equivalent circuits
Transformer design and layout
Baluns
Hybrid transformer
Transformer parasitics
Transformer figures of merit
Circuits with transformers
References
Distributed circuits
Distributed RC circuits
Transmission line transformers
FETs at high frequency
Distributed amplifier
References
High-speed switching circuits
Transmission lines and high-speed switching circuits
Transients on transmission lines
Step function excitation of an infinite line
Terminated transmission line
Reactive terminations
Transmission line dispersion
References
Magnetic and electrical coupling and isolation
Electrical coupling
Magnetic coupling
Ground noise coupling
Substrate coupling
Package coupling
References
Electromagnetic propagation and radiation
Maxwell's equations in source-free regions
Penetration of waves into conductors
Poynting vector
EM power carried by a plane wave
Complex Poynting Theorem
Reflections from a perfect conductor
Normal incidence on a dielectric
References
Microwave circuits
What are microwave circuits?
Microwave networks
Lorentz reciprocity theorem
The network formulation
Scattering matrix
Properties of three-ports
Properties of four-ports
Two conductor coupler
References
References
Index