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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 circuits. State-of-the-art developments in Si based broadband analog, RF, microwave, and mm-wave circuits are reviewed. With up-to-date results, techniques, practical examples, illustrations and worked examples, this book will be valuable to advanced undergraduate and graduate students of electrical engineering, and practitioners in the IC design industry. Further resources for this title are available at www.cambridge.org/9780521853507.Read more
- Combines electromagnetics and circuits, building on new circuit knowledge to teach classic material with a new focus, and bridging the gap between RF and microwave circuit theory
- Further resources, including exercises, solutions and lecture notes, are available online at www.cambridge.org/9780521853507
- Presents up-to-date results, techniques, applications and practical examples from the field, including measurement techniques, to allow the reader to gain real-world knowledge of electromagnetics
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"An instant attraction that sold out within hours in 2007, [this book] remained the number-one seller in 2008 for Cambridge University Press....'[This book] meets a clear need, and it is written by a very well known authority in high-speed circuit design,' [Dr. Julie Lancashire, Engineering Publisher,] said. 'The book helps circuit engineers understand electromagnetics in the context of circuits....'" -Katherine Olstein, IEEE SSCS News
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- Date Published: March 2007
- format: Hardback
- isbn: 9780521853507
- length: 464 pages
- dimensions: 249 x 175 x 25 mm
- weight: 1.07kg
- availability: In stock
Table of Contents
4. Ampère, Faraday and Maxwell
6. Passive deivce design and layout
7. Resonance and impedance matching
8. Small-signal high-speed amplifiers
9. Transmission lines
11. Distributed circuits
12. High-speed switching circuits
13. Magnetic and electrical coupling and isolation
14. Electromagnetic propagation and radiation
15. Microwave circuits.
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