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Microwave and Millimeter Wave Phase Shifters : Semiconductor and Delay Line Phase Shifters v. 2 - Shiban K. Koul

Microwave and Millimeter Wave Phase Shifters

Semiconductor and Delay Line Phase Shifters v. 2

Hardcover Published: 19th February 1992
ISBN: 9780890065853
Number Of Pages: 304

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Presents state-of-the-art information on the various types of semiconductor phase shifters, and explains why different types hold tremendous potential for future phased arrays.

Contents of Volume Ip. vii
Forewordp. xvii
Prefacep. xix
Phase-Shifter Circuits Using Switching Devicesp. 389
Introductionp. 389
Reflection-Type Circuitsp. 390
Transmission-Type Circuitsp. 396
Circulator Coupled Phase-Shifter Circuitsp. 399
Hybrid Coupled Phase-Shifter Circuitsp. 403
Switched Line Phase-Shifter Circuitsp. 406
Loaded Line Phase-Shifter Circuitsp. 408
High-Pass Low-Pass Phase-Shifter Circuitsp. 411
Other Switched Network Phase Shiftersp. 414
Concluding Remarksp. 416
Referencesp. 416
P-I-N Diode Phase Shiftersp. 419
Introductionp. 419
P-I-N Diode and Its Equivalent Circuitp. 419
Switched-Line Stripline and Microstrip Phase Shiftersp. 421
Series-Diode Switched Line Circuitp. 422
Shunt-Diode Switched Line Circuitp. 424
Other Switched Line Configurationsp. 426
Broadbanding Techniquesp. 428
Insertion Loss and Peak Power Capacityp. 436
Design Examplesp. 439
Typical Circuit Layoutp. 444
Hybrid Coupled Stripline-Like and Microstrip-Line Phase Shiftersp. 445
Branchline Hybrid Coupled Phase Shifterp. 445
Backward-Wave Hybrid Coupled Phase Shifterp. 453
Rat-Race Hybrid Coupled Phase Shifterp. 455
Optimization of Bandwidthp. 459
Insertion Loss and Power-Handling Capability-- Approximate Formulasp. 462
Loaded-Line Stripline and Microstrip Phase Shiftersp. 463
General Analysisp. 463
Loaded Line Circuitsp. 469
Loaded Line Circuits for Large Phase Bitsp. 473
Design Examplep. 476
Slot-Microstrip Coupled Phase Shifterp. 478
Fin-Line Phase Shifterp. 479
Driver Circuit Considerationsp. 483
Comparison of Various Phase Shiftersp. 486
Referencesp. 490
FET Phase Shiftersp. 493
Introductionp. 493
Single-Gate MESFET Characteristicsp. 493
Basic Operation and Equivalent Circuitp. 493
MESFET as a Passive Switchp. 497
MESFET as an Active Switchp. 499
Single-Gate MESFET Switching Amplifierp. 500
Amplifier Circuitp. 500
Considerations as Amplifier-Cum-Switchp. 506
Dual-Gate MESFET Characteristicsp. 507
Basic Operationp. 507
Equivalent Circuitp. 509
Operation as Amplifier-Cum-Switchp. 511
Passive Phase Shiftersp. 513
Single-Gate MESFET Biasing Considerationsp. 513
Single-Gate MESFET Phase Shiftersp. 515
Active FET Phase Shiftersp. 518
Single-Gate MESFET Digital Phase Shifterp. 518
Dual-Gate MESFET Digital Phase Shifterp. 520
Analog Phase-Shifting Schemesp. 521
360[degree] Analog Vector Phase Shiftersp. 522
Referencesp. 524
Varactor Diode Phase Shiftersp. 527
Introductionp. 527
Varactor Diode Equivalent Circuitp. 527
Reflection-Type Phase Shiftersp. 529
Variable Reactance as Reflective Terminationp. 529
Termination Using a Varactor in Series with a Shorted Stubp. 530
Reflective Termination Using Two Series-Tuned Varactorsp. 532
Transmission-Type Phase Shiftersp. 536
Varactor-Loaded Transmission Line Circuitsp. 536
Varactor-Controlled FET Phase Shifterp. 537
Comparison With P-I-N Diode Phase Shiftersp. 538
Referencesp. 539
Monolithic Phase Shiftersp. 541
Introductionp. 541
Materials and Process Technologyp. 542
Materialsp. 542
GaAs Technologyp. 544
Circuit Elements for Monolithic Phase Shiftersp. 545
Planar Transmission Linesp. 545
Lumped and Distributed Passive Elementsp. 547
GaAs MESFETp. 551
Other Active Devicesp. 554
Typical MMIC Processp. 559
Monolithic Passive Phase Shiftersp. 561
Digital Phase Shiftersp. 562
Analog Phase Shiftersp. 570
Monolithic Active Phase Shiftersp. 574
Dual-Gate FET Phase Shiftersp. 574
Optically-Controlled Phase Shiftersp. 577
Performance Summaryp. 581
Referencesp. 581
Millimeter-Wave Phase Shiftersp. 585
Introductionp. 585
Ferrite Phase Shiftersp. 585
Semiconductor Device Phase Shiftersp. 586
Dielectric-Plasma Guide Phase Shiftersp. 587
Semiconductor-Slab-Loaded Waveguide Phase Shifterp. 591
Active Phase Shifter Using Varactor-Controlled Gunnp. 593
Suspended Slot and Microstrip Transmission Lines With Magnetized Semiconductor Substratesp. 594
Referencesp. 598
Surface Acoustic Wave and Magnetostatic Wave Delay-Line Phase Shiftersp. 601
Introductionp. 601
Basics of Surface Acoustic Wavesp. 601
Piezoelectricityp. 601
Properties of Surface Acoustic Wavesp. 602
SAW Delay Linesp. 606
Interdigital Transducerp. 606
Characteristics of SAW Delay Linesp. 614
Microwave SAW Delay Linesp. 620
Basics of Magnetostatic Wavesp. 623
Materialsp. 623
Fundamental MSW Modesp. 623
MSW Delay Linesp. 626
MSW Guiding Structuresp. 626
Transducersp. 637
Practical MSW Delay Linesp. 642
Comparison of SAW and MSW Delay Linesp. 645
Referencesp. 647
Selection Criteria for Phase Shifters in Systemsp. 651
Introductionp. 651
Selection Criteria for Digital Phase Shiftersp. 652
Selection Criteria for Analog Phase Shiftersp. 657
Referencesp. 659
Indexp. 661
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ISBN: 9780890065853
ISBN-10: 0890065853
Series: Microwave Library : Book 2
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 304
Published: 19th February 1992
Publisher: Artech House Publishers
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 22.9 x 15.2  x 2.0
Weight (kg): 0.6