MICROWAVE DEVICES AND CIRCUITS

UNIT – 1
Introduction – Motion of an electron in an electric field and magnetic fields, Review of
Gauss Law, Laplace equation, Faraday’s law and Ampere’s law. Maxwell’s equations,
Boundary conditions, Poynting’s energy theorem, Wave equation, reflection of waves
15hrs
UNIT – 2
Introduction to Microwaves: Microwave frequencies and applications of Microwaves,
Microwave transmission lines: Transmission line equations and solutions, reflection and
transmission coefficients, standing waves and standing wave ratio, line impedance and
admittance, smith chart, impedance matching – single stub and double stub matching.

Microwave waveguides and Components: Rectangular waveguides, TE & TM modes,
power transmission and power losses, excitation of modes in rectangular waveguides.
Circular wave guides, possible modes, power transmission and power losses, Co-axial
waveguides. Microwave cavities – rectangular and circular cavity resonators, resonant
cavities, Q – factor of a cavity resonator. Waveguide tees, Magic tee, hybrid ring.
Waveguide corners, bends and twists, two hole directional coupler, hybrid coupler,
microwave circulators and isolators
20 hrs
Unit III
Microwave tubes: High frequency limitation of conventional vacuum tubes, Klystron,
multi cavity Klystron amplifier, helix and coupled cavity TWT, Cylindrical Magnetron –
construction, principle of operation, performance characteristics and applications
(qualitative treatment)
Microwave solid state devices and circuits: Microwave transistor, tunnel diode, FET,
MESFET, HEMT, MOSFET, Gunn diode – modes of operation, LSA diode, READ
diode, IMPATT, TRAPATT and BARITT diode, varactor diode, parametric devices,
Application and circuits of varactor, Gunn and Tunnel diodes.
10 hrs.
UNIT IV
Strip lines and MICs: Characteristic impedance of micro-strip lines, losses and Q –
factor of micro-strip lines, parallel strip lines, distributed parameters, characteristic
impedance and attenuation losses, coplanar and shielded strip lines
Detection and Measurement: Crystal detectors, slotted
measurement of VSWR, Frequency and power impedance.

line

measurements,
10 hrs.

TEXT BOOKS
•Microwave Devices and Circuits: Liao Samuel – PHI
*Solid state electronic devices: Streetman Ben G – PHI, 3rd edn
•Introduction to Electrodynamics – Griffiths D J – TMH

REFERENCES
•Microwaves: Pozar
*Electronic Communication Systems: Kennedy – TMH
*Foundations of Microwave Engg. Collin – TMH, 2nd edn.
*Microwave Engg.- Chatterjee R – PHI
*Electronics of Microwave tubes: Kloon
•Microwave Integrated Circuits: Gupta K G and Singh A
VECTOR ALGEBRA
Vectors and Scalars
Addition of Vectors:
A+B=B+A
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Subtraction of Vectors:
A–B =B–A
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00c3010000040000002d01000004000000020101001c000000fb02dfff000000000000
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Multiplication of vector by a Scalar:
When a vector is multiplied by a scalar, a new vector is produced whose direction is
the same as the original vector and whose magnitude is the product of the magnitudes
of vector and scalar.
C=aB;

Also,

a (A + B) = aA + aB

Note:
•If ‘a’ is – ve, the direction is reversed
*Scalar Multiplication is distributive

DOT PRODUCT OF TWO VECTORS
The dot product of two vectors is defined by,
Where θ is the angle they form when placed tail-to-tail.
AB itself a scalar. Hence the name scalar product.
Dot product is commutative
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