Best Reference Books – Fast Wave Devices

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We have compiled the list of Top 10 Best Reference Books on Fast Wave Devices subject. These books are used by students of top universities, institutes and colleges. Here is the full list of top 10 best books on Fast Wave Devices along with reviews.

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1. “Hydrodynamic Control of Wave Energy Devices” by Umesh A Korde and John V Ringwood

“Hydrodynamic Control of Wave Energy Devices” Book Review: This book is designed for students and researchers will gain a detailed understanding of the fundamental aspects of the hydrodynamic control of wave energy converters. It covers a wide range of disciplines, the reader is taken from the mathematical and technical fundamentals, through the main pillars of wave energy hydrodynamic control, right through to state-of-the-art algorithms for hydrodynamic control. The various operating principles of wave energy converters are exposed and the unique aspects of the hydrodynamic control problem highlighted, with a variety of potential solutions discussed. Supporting material on wave forecasting and the interaction of the hydrodynamic control problem with other aspects of wave energy device optimisation, such as device geometry optimisation and optimal device array layout, is also provided.

2. “Antiplane Motions of Piezoceramics and Acoustic Wave Devices” by Yang
3. “Surface Acoustic Wave Devices in Telecommunications: Modelling and Simulation (Engineering Online Library)” by Ken-Ya Hashimoto
4. “Surface-Wave Devices for Signal Processing (Studies in Electrical and Electronic Engineering)” by D P Morgan

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“Surface-Wave Devices for Signal Processing (Studies in Electrical and Electronic Engineering)” Book Review: This book is designed for students and researchers will gain a detailed understanding of the fundamental aspects of the hydrodynamic control of wave energy converters. This book focuses on the devices of greatest current interest and on the principles underlying them. An introductory survey is followed by chapters on acoustic wave fundamentals, electric excitation, transducers, multi-strip couplers and propagation effects. The interdigital transducer is emphasised since it is a key element in most devices. It describes practical devices including delay lines, bandpass filters, chirp filters for pulse-compression radar (including reflective array compressors), convolvers and oscillators. For the main devices the text includes design principles, second-order effects, practical performance and, where appropriate, the role of the device in system applications. A classified list of over 500 references is provided.

5. “Fibre Optic Communication: Optical Waveguides, Devices and Applications” by Sanjeev Kumar Raghuwanshi and Santosh Kumar

“Fibre Optic Communication: Optical Waveguides, Devices and Applications” Book Review: This book provides an insight into the General characteristics of optical fibres, their types and applications in various fields such as data transmission and optical communication. It’s useful for students pursuing UG and PG courses in ECE, electronics Engineering, and applied electronics and Instrumentation. The book deals at length with the General characteristics of optical fibre, its types and applications in various fields such as data transmission and optical communication system, while elaborating on the advantages of optical fibre over other types of communication systems.

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6. “Antennas Designs for NFC Devices (Waves)” by Dominique Paret
7. “Acoustic Waves and Acoustic Devices” by Sonny Lin

“Acoustic Waves and Acoustic Devices Book Review: This book is designed for students and researchers will gain a detailed understanding of the fundamental aspects of the hydrodynamic control of wave energy converters. It covers a wide range of disciplines, the reader is taken from the mathematical and technical fundamentals, through the main pillars of wave energy hydrodynamic control, right through to state-of-the-art algorithms for hydrodynamic control. The various operating principles of wave energy converters are exposed and the unique aspects of the hydrodynamic control problem highlighted, with a variety of potential solutions discussed. Supporting material on wave forecasting and the interaction of the hydrodynamic control problem with other aspects of wave energy device optimisation, such as device geometry optimisation and optimal device array layout, is also provided.

8. “High Frequency Communication and Sensing: Traveling-Wave Techniques (Devices, Circuits, and Systems)” by Ahmet Tekin and Ahmed Emira

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“High Frequency Communication and Sensing: Traveling-Wave Techniques (Devices, Circuits, and Systems)” Book Review: This book introduces novel traveling wave circuit techniques to boost the performance of high-speed circuits in standard low-cost production technologies, like complementary metal oxide semiconductor (CMOS). A valuable resource for experienced analog/radio frequency (RF) circuit designers as well as undergraduate-level microelectronics researchers. It explains the basics of high-speed signaling, such as transmission lines, distributed signaling, impedance matching, and other common practical RF background material. Also introduces a force-based starter mechanism for dual-loop, even-symmetry, multiphase traveling wave oscillators, presenting a single-loop version as a force mode distributed wave antenna (FMCSA). The book covers critical circuits including phase rotators and interpolators, phase shifters, phase-locked loops (PLLs), delay-locked loops (DLLs), and more.

9. “Science and Technology of Millimetre Wave Components and Devices (Electrocomponent Science Monographs)” by V E Lyubchenko

“Science and Technology of Millimetre Wave Components and Devices (Electrocomponent Science Monographs)” Book Review: This book is designed for researchers, university lecturers, industrial laboratories and medical institutions concerned with both the scientific and technological advances in the millimeter wave components and devices. This book covers all aspects of Millimeter Waves (MMWs) and is explored with an emphasis on the fundamental aspects of the associated physical phenomena. Each chapter provides a review of the main aspects of the subject. It includes topics like fundamental limitations and prospects of semiconductor device application in MMW radio systems. And also multi-element arrays of semiconductor devices in MMW transceivers; active MMW dielectric waveguides; crystal growth processes in thin film Au-GaAs contact performance for MMW devices.

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10. “Guided Wave Optical Components and Devices: Basics, Technology, and Applications (Optics and Photonics)” by Bishnu P Pal

“Guided Wave Optical Components and Devices: Basics, Technology, and Applications (Optics and Photonics)” Book Review: This book is designed for students and researchers will gain a detailed understanding of the fundamental aspects of the hydrodynamic control of wave energy converters. This book focuses on the devices of greatest current interest and on the principles underlying them. An introductory survey is followed by chapters on acoustic wave fundamentals, electric excitation, transducers, multi-strip couplers and propagation effects. The interdigital transducer is emphasised since it is a key element in most devices. It describes practical devices including delay lines, bandpass filters, chirp filters for pulse-compression radar (including reflective array compressors), convolvers and oscillators. For the main devices the text includes design principles, second-order effects, practical performance and, where appropriate, the role of the device in system applications. A classified list of over 500 references is provided.

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