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Novel Technologies for Microwave and Millimeter-Wave Applications

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ISBN-10: 1402076428

ISBN-13: 9781402076428

Edition: 2004

Authors: Jean-Fu Kiang

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Novel Technologies for Microwave and Millimeter-Wave Applications provides an overview of current research status in selected field, to facilitate a learning process from concepts to practices, from component design to system architecture, and from small scale to large scale. Each chapter focuses on a topic and is organized to be self-sufficient. Contents in each chapter include concise description of relevant background information, major issues, current trend and future challenges. Useful references are also listed for further reading. Novel Technologies for Microwave and Millimeter-Wave Applications is suitable as a textbook for senior or graduate courses in microwave engineering.
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Book details

List price: $219.99
Copyright year: 2004
Publisher: Springer
Publication date: 11/30/2003
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 611
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.50" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 2.244
Language: English

Preface
Review of Electromagnetic Theory
Maxwell's Equations
Wave Equations
Time-Harmonic Fields
Potential Functions
Construction of Homogeneous Solutions
Plane Wave Functions
Fields in Layered Media
Perturbation Technique
Periodic Structures
Static Formulations
Far-Field Approximation
Dyadic Green's Function
References
Efficient Simulators and Design Techniques for Global Modeling of High-Frequency Active Microwave Devices
Introduction
Global Modeling of Microwave Devices Using Wavelets
Large-Signal Circuit and Physics-Based Time Domain Analysis
References
Band-Pass Filter Design with Genetic Algorithms
Review of Genetic Algorithms
Review of Filter Design
Chebyshev Approach for Filter Design
Optimization Approaches
Results and Discussions
References
Design of Multistage Combline Band-Pass Filters in Layered Structures
Introduction
Transformation of Coupled Resonators
Multistage Distributed Coupling Resonators in Strip Lines
Design of Combline Band-Pass Filter
Design Example
Control of Attenuation Poles
Conclusions
References
Millimeter Wave Filters for Low-Cost Mass Fabrication
Introduction
Cavity Filters
E-Plane Metal Insert Filters
Quasi-Planar Filters
Suspended Substrate Filters
Conclusions
References
High-Temperature Superconducting Planar Filters for Wireless Communication
Introduction
Properties of Superconducting Materials
HTS Filters for Wireless Communication
Commercial HTS Base Station Receivers
Conclusions
References
Micromachined Devices for Wireless Communication
Introduction
High-Q Micromachined Inductors
Tunable Micromachined Capacitors
Low-Loss Micromechanical Switches
Microscale Vibrating Micromechanical Resonators
Thin-Film Bulk Acoustic Resonators
Micromachined Microwave and Millimeter Wave Filters
Miniature Antennas for Millimeter Wave Applications
References
Introduction to Low-Temperature Cofired Ceramics Technology
Advantages of LTCC Technology
LTCC Technology
LTCC Applications
Future Developments
Conclusions
References
Analysis of Spiral Inductors Embedded in Layered Media
Review of Inductor Models
Challenging Issues
Simulations and Discussions
References
Guidance Properties of Strips in an Inhomogeneous Layered Medium
Introduction
Formulation
Results and Discussions
Conclusions
References
Microstrip Lines with a Periodically Corrugated Ground Plane
Introduction
Formulation
Distribution of Singularities
Results and Discussions
Conclusions
References
Theory and Applications of Electromagnetic Band Gap Structures
Introduction
Theory of Modeless Substrates
Printed Antennas on EBG Substrates
Microstrip Line on Periodic Substrates
Conclusions
References
Finite Element Methods for Microwave Engineering
Introduction
Automatic Mesh Generation
E[superscript p] (curl) Vector Finite Elements
Accurate Mesh Truncation Methods
Fast and Efficient Matrix Solution Techniques
Adaptive Mesh Refnements
Fast Frequency Sweep Algorithms
Conclusions
References
Dielectric Resonator Antennas on Printed Circuit Boards
Review of Dielectric Resonators
Resonant Modes with PMC Walls
Radiation Properties of Dielectric Resonantor Antennas
Conclusions
References
Multiband and Wideband Patch Antennas
Introduction
Dual Band Design Techniques
Triple Band Design Techniques
Wideband Design Techniques
Practical Applications in Wireless Communication
Design Challenges for Wireless Communication
References
Phased Antenna Array Based on Nonlinear Delay Line Technology
Introduction
Nonlinear Delay Line Theory and Design Considerations
Proof-of-Principle Nonlinear Delay Line
Nonlinear Delay Line-Based Phased Antenna Array
Conclusions and Future Developments
Acknowledgments
References
Spatial Power Combiners Using Active Planar Arrays
Review of Basic Concepts
Oscillators versus Amplifiers
Tile Configurations of Amplifier Combiners
Tray Configurations of Amplifier Combiners
Discussions and Conclusions
Acknowledgments
References
Introduction to Smart Antenna Systems
Introduction
Propagation Issues
Detection Algorithms for Direction-of-Arrival
Switched Beam Systems
Adaptive Antenna Systems
Wideband Array
Position Location Techniques
References
Generation of Wideband Electromagnetic Responses Using Early-Time and Low-Frequency Data
Introduction
Formulation
Numerical Examples
Conclusions
References
Asymptotic High Frequency Methods
Introduction
Fundamental Concepts of Geometrical Optics
Physical Optics
Geometrical Theory of Diffraction and Its Uniform Version
Practical Applications of High-Frequency Techniques
Hybridization of UTD with Numerical Methods
Physical Theory of Diffraction
Future Developments
References
Ka-Band Channel Models for Low-Earth-Orbit Satellites
Introduction
Orbit Models for Satellites
Characteristics of Ka-Band Channel
Link Budget Estimation
Simulation Procedure and Results
Conclusions
References
Channel Modeling for Land-Mobile Communication Systems
Introduction
Types of Propagation Models
Empirical Models for Median Path Loss
Ray Tracing-Based Site-Specific Models
Statistical Channel Impulse Response Models
Spatio-Temporal Channel Models
Future Developments
References
Electromagnetic Compatibility in Microwave Engineering
Introduction
Printed Circuit Board Design
Electromagnetic Shielding
Transients
Reverberation Chamber
Frequency Management
References
Electrical Packaging for Microwave and Millimeter Wave Circuits
General Description
Chip Packaging
Multilayered Packaging
Module Housing
References
Introduction to Cellular Systems
1G and 2G Systems
2.5G Systems
3G Systems
Antenna Systems
References
Introduction to Wireless Local Area Networks
Introduction
IEEE 802.11 Network Architecture
PHY Layer
MAC Layer
Wireless LAN Security
Introduction to Bluetooth
Ultrawideband
References
Index