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Handbook of RF and Microwave Power Amplifiers

Handbook of RF and Microwave Power Amplifiers

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Part of The Cambridge RF and Microwave Engineering Series

Wayne Burger, Chris Dragon, Rob Davis, Bob Trew, Steve Cripps, Steve Maas, Dan Myer, Dominic Fitzpatrick, Inder Bahl, Mali Mahalingam, Bill Roesch, Mustafa Akkul, Wolfgang Bösch, Michael Hiebel
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  • Date Published: October 2011
  • availability: In stock
  • format: Hardback
  • isbn: 9780521760102

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  • Whether you are an RF transistor designer, an amplifier designer or a system designer, this is your one-stop guide to RF and microwave transistor power amplifiers. A team of expert authors brings you up to speed on every topic, including: devices (Si LDMOS and VDMOS, GaAs FETs, GaN HEMTs), circuit and amplifier design (discrete, hybrid and monolithic), CAD, thermal design, reliability, and system applications/requirements for RF and microwave transistor amplifiers. Covering state-of-the-art developments and emphasising practical communications applications, this is the complete professional reference on the subject.

    • A one-stop guide to the subject
    • Covers every topic from devices and circuits to reliability
    • Each chapter is written by an expert in their specialist field
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    '[This] Handbook is a comprehensive reference for RF and microwave power amplifiers. It includes both theory and practice as well as a variety of different applications. Often overlooked supporting topics such as CAD, thermal design, and reliability are treated in depth. John Walker has put together an outstanding team of authors, each of whom is well qualified to address his topic. Finally, I like the way it is organized with separate chapters for three types of RF-power transistors (silicon, GaAs, and GaN/SiC) and separate chapters for amplifiers of different frequency types (HF/VHF/UHF, microwave, and IC).' Fritz Raab, Green Mountain Radio Research Company

    'John [Walker] has successfully brought together, in one book, the current knowledge from world experts actively involved with the characterisation and modelling of devices together with those developing and designing RF and microwave power amplifiers … this book will serve as a useful reference source for engineers working in both the commercial and military market sectors.' Steve Nightingale, Cobham Technical Services

    '[This] book could be used as a college or university engineering course textbook, a reference for practising RF and microwave engineers, or even relatively light reading for those actively engaged in current power amplifiers R&D or applications … It is the kind of book that might be found more often on the desk than on the shelf.' High Frequency Electronics

    'Whether you are an RF transistor designer, amplifier designer or a system designer, this is a good all inclusive reference book for RF and microwave transistor power amplifiers.' Microwave Journal

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    Product details

    • Date Published: October 2011
    • format: Hardback
    • isbn: 9780521760102
    • length: 704 pages
    • dimensions: 253 x 181 x 36 mm
    • weight: 1.47kg
    • contains: 413 b/w illus. 58 tables
    • availability: In stock
  • Table of Contents

    1. Silicon LDMOS and VDMOS transistors: physics, design and technology Wayne Burger and Chris Dragon
    2. GaAs FETs: physics, design and models Rob Davis
    3. Wide band gap transistors - SiC and GaN: physics, design and models Bob Trew
    4. Amplifier classes, A to S Steve Cripps
    5. Computer-aided design of power amplifiers Steve Maas
    6. Practical HF/VHF/UHF RF power amplifier realization Dan Myer
    7. Microwave hybrid amplifier realization Dominic Fitzpatrick
    8. Monolithic power amplifiers Inder Bahl
    9. RF power amplifier thermal design Mali Mahalingam
    10. Reliability Bill Roesch
    11. Power amplifier applications Mustafa Akkul and Wolfgang Bösch
    12. Amplifier measurements Michael Hiebel.

  • Editor

    John L. B. Walker
    John Walker is currently European Sales Manager at Integra Technologies, Inc. He received his PhD from the University of Leeds in 1976 and has since held various industry positions, including Microwave Hybrids Manager at Thorn-EMI Electronics and RF Division Manager at Semelab. He is the editor and co-author of the books High Power GaAs FET Amplifiers and Classic Works in RF Engineering. He is a Fellow of the IEE.

    Contributors

    Wayne Burger, Chris Dragon, Rob Davis, Bob Trew, Steve Cripps, Steve Maas, Dan Myer, Dominic Fitzpatrick, Inder Bahl, Mali Mahalingam, Bill Roesch, Mustafa Akkul, Wolfgang Bösch, Michael Hiebel

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