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Solid-state Microwave Power Oscillator Design : Microwave Library - Eric L. Holzman

Solid-state Microwave Power Oscillator Design

Microwave Library

Hardcover Published: 19th December 1992
ISBN: 9780890064870
Number Of Pages: 480

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Details improved approaches to the design of power oscillators that employ more analysis and theory and less empirical work than conventional design procedures. It bridges fundamental device physics and the development and implementation of practical microwave and millimeterwave power oscillators.

Prefacep. xi
Introductionp. 1
The Solid-State Microwave Power Oscillatorp. 1
Devices and Circuitsp. 2
Power Oscillator Designp. 6
The Oscillator Equationp. 8
Power Oscillator Applicationsp. 9
Referencesp. 10
Review of Electromagnetic Theoryp. 11
Maxwell's Equationsp. 11
Statics and Poisson's Equationp. 17
TEM and Quasi-TEM Transmission Linesp. 18
Rectangular Waveguidesp. 33
Field Theoryp. 33
The Rectangular Cavityp. 41
Transmission Line Representation of a Waveguide Modep. 43
Wave Propagation and Reflectionp. 46
Terminated Transmission Linesp. 47
The Smith Chartp. 49
Radial Line Input Impedancep. 50
Network Representations: Y, Z, and S Parametersp. 51
The Microwave Networkp. 52
Y-Parametersp. 53
Z-Parametersp. 54
S-Parametersp. 55
Referencesp. 57
Oscillator Theoryp. 59
Fundamentalsp. 59
Resonatorsp. 60
Negative Resistancep. 62
The Oscillation Conditions Using Impedancep. 62
Derivation of the Oscillator Equationp. 63
Stabilityp. 68
Noisep. 69
Graphical Oscillator Analysisp. 70
Oscillator Description: Impedance Loci versus Quality Factorp. 73
Oscillation Conditions Using Reflection Coefficientsp. 74
N-Port Oscillation Conditionp. 78
Impedance and Admittance Matrix Oscillation Conditionsp. 78
Scattering Matrix Oscillation Conditionp. 79
Oscillator Phenomenap. 83
Pulling Figurep. 83
Start-Up Behaviorp. 84
Continuous and Pulsed Operationp. 85
Appendices
Oscillator AM and Phase Noisep. 88
Pulling Figurep. 91
Chapter Glossaryp. 95
Referencesp. 97
Devicesp. 99
Semiconductor Theoryp. 99
Fundamentalsp. 99
Nonequilibrium Behaviorp. 105
Band-Bendingp. 107
Materialsp. 109
Semiconductor Junctionsp. 109
pn Junctionp. 109
Schottky Junctionp. 116
Schottky Ohmic Contactp. 120
Heterojunctionp. 120
Two-Terminal Devicesp. 121
Varactor Diodep. 121
IMPATT Diodep. 131
Gunn Devicep. 146
Three-Terminal Devicesp. 151
Bipolar Junction Transistorp. 152
Heterojunction Bipolar Transistorp. 157
Metal Semiconductor Field-Effect Transistorp. 159
High Electron Mobility Transistorp. 164
Device Modelingp. 166
Modeling Approachesp. 166
Device Modelsp. 168
Referencesp. 168
Planar Single-Device Oscillatorsp. 171
Oscillator Design Strategyp. 171
Planar SDO Designp. 173
Linear Designp. 174
Quasilinear Designp. 176
The Device Line Techniquep. 177
The Gain Saturation Approximationp. 180
The Empirical Device Large-Signal Equivalent Circuitp. 183
The Theoretical Device Large-Signal Equivalent Circuitp. 186
Nonlinear Designp. 189
Harmonic Balancep. 189
Volterra Seriesp. 196
Dielectric Resonator Oscillatorsp. 199
Bias Circuit Designp. 207
Circuit Realizationp. 210
Microwave Integrated Circuitsp. 211
Monolithic Microwave Integrated Circuitsp. 212
Appendices
Empirical Equivalent Circuit Developmentp. 214
Theoretical Equivalent Circuit Developmentp. 218
Referencesp. 220
Cavity Single-Device Oscillatorsp. 223
Cavity Oscillator Design Strategyp. 223
Coaxial Oscillatorsp. 226
Single Coaxial Entry Waveguide Circuitp. 228
Derivation of the Input Admittancep. 230
Numerical Considerationsp. 232
Waveguide Arms Terminated in Short and Matchp. 234
Equivalent Circuit for Arbitrary Waveguide Arm Terminationsp. 236
Post-Gap Waveguide Circuitp. 241
Numerical Considerationsp. 242
Equivalent Circuit for Arbitrary Waveguide Arm Terminationsp. 243
Double Coaxial Entry Waveguide Circuitp. 244
Derivation of the Circuit Admittancep. 245
Equivalent Circuit for Arbitrary Waveguide Arm Terminationsp. 246
Coaxial-Gap Waveguide Circuitp. 249
Top Hat Waveguide Circuitp. 253
The Device Mountp. 254
The Post-Gap Mountp. 254
The Series-Mounted Device in a Coaxial Linep. 257
Bias Circuit Designp. 260
dc Bias Circuit Compatibilityp. 260
External Bias Circuit Componentsp. 264
Circuit Realizationp. 266
Hardware Designp. 266
Circuited Related Tuning Characteristicsp. 267
Temperature Compensationp. 268
Oscillator Design Examplesp. 269
Appendices
General Expression for Y[subscript in]p. 276
Single Coaxial Entry--Input Admittancep. 278
Post Gap--Input Admittancep. 288
Derivation of Y[subscript 21]p. 291
Top Hat--Input Admittancep. 294
Referencesp. 299
Voltage-Controlled Oscillatorsp. 303
VCO Basicsp. 303
Varactors for VCOsp. 305
Varactor Properties for Planar VCOsp. 307
Frequency Linear Varactorsp. 310
Temperature Behaviorp. 311
Planar Varactor VCOsp. 312
Linear Designp. 312
Other Planar VCOsp. 315
Linearityp. 324
Waveguide Varactor VCOsp. 324
The N-Post Circuit Gap Impedance Matrixp. 326
Evaluation of the Impedance Expressionsp. 329
The Two-Post Circuitp. 330
Strip-Post Equivalence Relationshipsp. 335
Coaxial-Post Gap Equivalencep. 336
Practicalitiesp. 338
Appendices
N-Post Circuit--Impedance Matrixp. 346
Strip-Post Equivalence Factorp. 350
Chapter Glossaryp. 352
Referencesp. 354
Injection-Locked Oscillatorsp. 357
Fundamentalsp. 357
Reflection-Type Injection Locking: Steady-State Theoryp. 359
Small-Signal Injectionp. 360
Locking Bandwidthp. 364
Noisep. 366
Negative Resistance Amplifiersp. 368
Reflection-Type Injection Locking: Dynamic Theoryp. 369
The Dynamic Equationsp. 369
Adler's Equationp. 371
The Locking Transientp. 371
Spectrum of an Unlocked Oscillatorp. 372
The Circulator Outputp. 374
Phase Modulated Injection Signalsp. 375
Limitations to the Theoryp. 376
Reflection-Type Injection Locking: Design Practicalitiesp. 377
Transmission-Type Injection Lockingp. 386
Appendices
Nonlinear Device Reactance Approximationp. 393
The Load Current at the Circulator Outputp. 395
Locking Bandwidth--An Alternative Derivationp. 396
Referencesp. 398
Power Combiningp. 401
Introductionp. 401
Rectangular Waveguide Resonant Cavity Combinersp. 403
Theoryp. 406
Injection-Locking Behavior of the Kurokawa-Magalhaes Combinerp. 411
Combiner Operation Graceful Degradationp. 412
Circuit Modelingp. 414
Modified Kurokawa-Magalhaes Combinersp. 417
Cylindrical Resonant Cavity Combinersp. 419
Corporate Combinersp. 425
Hybrid Combinerp. 426
Chain-Coupled Combinerp. 432
N-Way Nonresonant Combinersp. 433
Wilkinson Combinerp. 434
Radial-Line Combinerp. 435
Disk Combinerp. 437
Turnstile Combinerp. 440
Chip-Level Combinersp. 440
Other Types of Combinersp. 443
Spatial Combinerp. 443
Distributed Circuit Combinerp. 444
Multiple-Level Combiningp. 447
Referencesp. 449
Indexp. 453
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ISBN: 9780890064870
ISBN-10: 0890064873
Series: Microwave Library
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 480
Published: 19th December 1992
Publisher: Artech House Publishers
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 22.9 x 15.2  x 3.0
Weight (kg): 0.87

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