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Microwave Devices and Applications
Authors:   D.C. Dube

ISBN: 978-81-8487-044-2 
Publication Year:   2011
Pages:   244
Binding:   Paper Back


About the book

MICROWAVE DEVICES AND APPLICATIONS beginning with a brief introduction to microwaves, covers problems faced in extending low frequency devices to GHz frequencies, transmission lines stating their limitations, waveguides, cavity resonators, microwave tubes used for generation and amplification and semiconductor microwave devices. The book also discusses modified designs of transistors and FETs for high frequency operation along with Gunn and IMPATT devices, waveguide components which may be assembled to form circuits, ferrite phenomena at microwave measurements alongwith underlying principles and technology used in the fabrication of microwave integrated circuits and current applications of microwaves in material processing. The book will serve as a text for undergraduate engineering students. Appropriate topics from the book may be chosen for a microwave course at Masters level. Faculty teaching microwaves at various levels will also find the book a useful addition.


Key Features

  • The presentation is simple and concise Number of solved examples in each chapter demonstrate the magnitude of Quantities involved A balance between physical principles and mathematical analysis of devices has been maintained The reader will have exposure to the up-coming areas of microwave applications-microwave assisted chemistry and microwave processing of electronic materials



Table of content

Preface / Acknowledgements / Physical Constants / Introduction to Microwaves / Transmission Lines / Wave Guides / Microwave Resonators / Microwave Tubes / Microwave Solid State Devices / Waveguide Components / Ferrite Devices / Microwave Measurements / Microwave Integrated Circuits / Applications of Microwaves in Material Processing / Index.




Audience
Undergraduate Students, Teachers and Researchers in Physics and Electrical Engineering