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Microwave Solid State Device

Microwave Solid State Device

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Published by: Amit Shankar Choudhary on Mar 12, 2010
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Microwave Devices
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Amit ShankarChoudhary
B.Tech (Electronics & Communication)PGDM (Finance & Operation)
 
Microwave Solid State Devices
Two problems with conventional transistors athigher frequencies are:
1. Stray capacitance and inductance.
- remedy is interdigital design.
2.Transit time.
- free electrons move quicker thanholes therefore change from silicon to GalliumArsenide
 
Microwave Transistors
Conventional bipolar transistors are notsuitable for microwave frequencies.
Electrons move faster than holes.
Component leads introduce elevatedreactance.
XL increases and XC decreases thereforecollector feedback becomes worse asfrequency increases.
Transit time and mobility of carriers. Astransit time approaches signal periodphase shifts occur.

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