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Introduction and Review
1.1 What Are Microwaves?
1.2 History
1.3 Transmission Lines — Review
1.3.1 Transmission Lines in the Time Domain
1.3.2 Power Flow and Decibels
1.3.3 Time-Harmonic Steady State
1.4 Losses in Transmission Lines
1.5 Loaded Transmission Lines
1.6 Microstrip Circuits
1.7 Waveguides
1.8 Practice questions
1.9 Homework Problems
2.2 Reciprocal and Lossless Networks
2.3 Return Loss and Standing Wave Ratio
2.5 Admittances on the Smith Chart
2.6 Parasitics
2.7 Impedance Matching Methods
2.8 Lumped Element Matching
2.9 Single-Stub Matching
2.9.1 Smith chart method
2.9.2 Analytical method
2.10 Quarter-Wave Section Matching
2.11 Measuring Reflection Coefficients: The Slotted Line
2.11.1 Example
2.12 Multiport S-parameter Measurements: The Network An-
2.13 Practice questions
2.14 Homework Problems
Microwave Power Measurement
3.1 Power Definitions
3.2 The Thermistor
3.3 The Thermocouple
3.4 The Diode Detector
3.5 Practice questions
3.6 Homework Problems
4.1 Two-Port Networks
4.2 Three-Port Networks
4.3 Four Port Networks—The Directional Coupler
4.4. ODD AND EVEN MODE ANALYSIS OF A BRANCH LINE DIRECTIONAL COUPLER 73
4.4 Odd and Even Mode Analysis of a Branch Line Directional
4.5 Multiport Reflectometry
4.6 Practice questions
4.7 Homework Problems
Time-Domain Reflectometry
5.1 Introduction
5.2 Reflection From an Inductive Load
5.3 Time Constant of the Reflected Wave
5.4 TDR Measurements in Time and Frequency Domains
5.5 TDR Considerations for Digital Circuits
5.6 Practice questions
5.7 Homework Problems
Nonlinear Microwave Circuits
6.1 Microwave Sources
6.2 Oscillators
6.3 Resonators
6.4 The Spectrum Analyzer
6.5 Nonlinear Behavior of Microwave Circuits in the Time Do-
6.6 Practice questions
6.7 Homework Problems
Antennas
7.1 Antenna Characteristics
7.2 Transmitting and Receiving Antennas
7.3 The Friis Transmission Formula
7.4 Reciprocity and Antennas
7.5 The Gain and Effective Area Integrals
7.6 Some Application Examples
7.7 Practice questions
7.8 Homework Problems
Microwave Transistor Amplifiers
8.1 Microwave Three-Terminal Devices – The MESFET
8.2 Transistors as Bilateral Multiports
8.3. STABILITY OF MICROWAVE TRANSISTOR CIRCUITS 137
8.3 Stability of Microwave Transistor Circuits
8.4 Microwave Transistor Amplifiers
8.5 Amplifier Design Procedures
8.6 Biasing the Transistor in an Amplifier
8.7 Practice questions
8.8 Homework Problems
Microwave Communication Links
9.1 Transmitters and Receivers
9.2 Mixers
9.3 Propagation
9.3.1 Line-Of-Sight Transmission Paths
9.3.2 Propagation, Reflection and Transmission in the Ionosphere
9.4 Practice questions
9.5 Homework Problems
Radar Fundamentals
10.1 The Radar Equation
10.2 Doppler Radar
10.3 CW-FM Ranging Radar
10.4 Practice questions
10.5 Homework Problems
The Artificial Transmission Line
Basic Network Analyzer Operation
Microwave Power Measurements
Microwave Multiport Circuits
The Slotted Line
TDR Using the Network Analyzer
Antenna Measurements
Microwave Heterodyne Link
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