Best Books – Microwave Circuits and Measurements

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

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1. “Microwave Measurements (Materials, Circuits and Devices)” by R J Collier and A D Skinner

“Microwave Measurements (Materials, Circuits and Devices)” Book Review: This book has been designed for graduate or undergraduate students studying electronics, electrical, mechanical or nanotechnology. Teachers and professionals can also use this book as reference or guide. The book explains the fundamentals of circuits to begin. It also explains various other materials and devices for the measurements. The book includes a survey of the theory of current microwave circuits. It also explains the description of the techniques for the measurement of power, spectrum, attenuation. Circuit parameters, and noise, measurements of antenna characteristics are explained later. Topics like free fields, modulation and dielectric parameters are also explained in this book. Finally, it discusses the design of microwave measurement systems in both research and industry.

2. “Principles of Microwave Measurements (Materials, Circuits and Devices)” by G H Bryant

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“Principles of Microwave Measurements (Materials, Circuits and Devices)” Book Review: . This book has been designed for graduate or undergraduate students studying electronics, electrical, mechanical or nanotechnology. Teachers and professionals can also use this book as reference or guide. The book explains microwave measurements in the time and frequency domains, including reflectometry. Later on, the Smith chart, spectrum analysers, vector and scalar analysers are also explained in detail. There are also numerous examples and questions on those topics. Multiports, power, noise, frequency stability, time domain reflectometry are also explained in this book with subtopics and important points. Later on, it discusses a comprehensive account of antenna far and near field measurements.

3. “An Introduction to Microwave Measurements” by Ananjan Basu

“An Introduction to Microwave Measurements” Book Review: This book has been designed for graduate or undergraduate students studying electronics, electrical, mechanical or nanotechnology. Teachers and professionals can also use this book as reference or guide. This book explains basic theory and the building blocks required for understanding. It also explains the usage of microwave measurement techniques. It discusses most commonly used instruments in microwave measurements. The network analyzer, the spectrum analyzer, and synthesized microwave source are explained later. This book introduces the latest instruments and techniques and provides a brief description of traditional measurement techniques. It explains the mathematical basis behind microwave measurements. It also explains practical components that are frequently used in microwave instruments. This book discusses noise measurement and synthesized signal generation. Finally, it contains detailed derivations and exercises.

4. “RF and Microwave Circuits, Measurements, and Modeling (The RF and Microwave Handbook, Second Edition)” by Mike Golio and Janet Golio

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“RF and Microwave Circuits, Measurements, and Modeling (The RF and Microwave Handbook, Second Edition)” Book Review: This book has been designed for graduate or undergraduate students studying electronics, electrical, mechanical or nanotechnology. Teachers and professionals can also use this book as reference or guide. The book discusses transmitters and receivers first in terms of functional circuit block. This book also examines each block individually. This book has several chapters. It starts with explaining fundamental amplifier issues and low noise amplifiers. Later on it explains power amplifiers for handset applications and high power. It also discusses more on power amplifiers. It discusses oscillators, mixers, modulators, phase locked loops. Later filters and multiplexers are explained in this book. This book explains high-power PAs, bit error rate testing, and nonlinear modeling of heterojunction bipolar transistors. This book also explains unique device models, both 2D and 3D electromagnetic simulators.

5. “Radio Frequency and Microwave Power Measurement (Materials, Circuits and Devices)” by Alan E Fantom

“Radio Frequency and Microwave Power Measurement (Materials, Circuits and Devices)” Book Review: This book has been designed for graduate or undergraduate students studying electronics, electrical, mechanical or nanotechnology. Teachers and professionals can also use this book as reference or guide. This book has 16 chapters. 4 chapters are then devoted to the subject of calorimetry, which forms the basis of the majority of primary standards for power measurement. This book also describes the various types of non-calorimetric power meter. It explains thermistor, thermoelectric and diode types. Calibration and intercomparison methods are covered in 3 closely linked chapters which treat respectively the basic techniques. It also explains the use of reflectometry for power meter calibration. The problems associated with connectors and adapters. In the last three chapters a mixture of topics is covered. Finally, the subject of the international intercomparison of standards is discussed.

6. “Ferroelectrics in Microwave Devices, Circuits and Systems: Physics, Modeling, Fabrication and Measurements (Engineering Materials and Processes)” by Spartak Gevorgian

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“Ferroelectrics in Microwave Devices, Circuits and Systems: Physics, Modeling, Fabrication and Measurements (Engineering Materials and Processes)” Book Review: This book has been designed for graduate or undergraduate students studying electronics, electrical, mechanical or nanotechnology. Teachers and professionals can also use this book as reference or guide.This book basically explains microwave technology. It also explains wireless sensor networks, safety and security systems. Automotive, medical, envir- mental/food monitoring, radio tags are also explained. This book also explains wireless communication. It also deals with fabrication and their measurements. This book takes many more examples to deal with ferroelectrics. It also explains modeling and physics and circuits. This book also explains various other microwave devices.

7. “Nonlinear RF Circuits and Nonlinear Vector Network Analyzers: Interactive Measurement and Design Techniques (The Cambridge RF and Microwave Engineering Series)” by Patrick Roblin

“Nonlinear RF Circuits and Nonlinear Vector Network Analyzers: Interactive Measurement and Design Techniques (The Cambridge RF and Microwave Engineering Series)” Book Review: This book has been designed for graduate or undergraduate students studying electronics, electrical, mechanical or nanotechnology. This book explains key advances in large-signal measurement techniques, modeling. It also explains nonlinear circuit design theory supported by practical examples. There are various chapters in this book. It starts with explaining novel large-signal measurement techniques. It later explains nonlinear vector and network analyzers. It also explains lsna, pna-x and swap. Direct extraction of device models from large-signal rf dynamic load lines are also explained in this book. Volterra and poly-harmonic distortion (x-parameters) behavioral modeling are also discussed. Finally balancing, modeling and poly-harmonic linearization of broadband rfic modulators are explained.

8. “Heterojunction Bipolar Transistors for Circuit Design: Microwave Modeling and Parameter Extraction” by Jianjun Gao

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“Heterojunction Bipolar Transistors for Circuit Design: Microwave Modeling and Parameter Extraction” Book Review: This book has been designed for graduate or undergraduate students studying electronics, electrical, mechanical or nanotechnology. This book explains modeling techniques and parameter extraction methods for heterojunction bipolar transistors. The book details the accurate device modeling for HBTs and high level IC design using HBTs. It also explains circuit simulation and design. It also explains engineering-related theory and tools and includes equivalent circuits. It also explains their matrix descriptions, noise, small and large signal analysis methods. This book provides reference to basic modeling issues and specific semiconductor device models. Models encountered in circuit simulators are also explained, with a thorough reference list at the end of each chapter for onward learning.

9. “Modern RF and Microwave Measurement Techniques (The Cambridge RF and Microwave Engineering Series)” by Valeria Teppati and Andrea Ferrero

“Modern RF and Microwave Measurement Techniques (The Cambridge RF and Microwave Engineering Series)” Book Review: This book has been designed for graduate or undergraduate students studying electronics, electrical, mechanical or nanotechnology. This book starts with explaining microwave circuit theory and metrology. It also gives in-depth analysis of advanced modern instrumentation, methods and systems. There are several chapters in this book. Topics covered include microwave instrumentation, such as network analyzers and real-time spectrum analyzers. Microwave synthesizers such as linear measurements are also explained. VNA calibrations, noise figure measurements are discussed. Time domain reflectometry and multiport measurements and non-linear measurements are also explained. It also deals with load- and source-pull techniques, broadband signal measurements, and non-linear NVAs. Finally, each technique is discussed in detail and accompanied by state-of-the-art solutions.

10. “High-Frequency Circuit Design and Measurements” by P Yip

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“High-Frequency Circuit Design and Measurements” Book Review: This book has been designed for graduate or undergraduate students studying electronics, electrical, mechanical or nanotechnology. This book explains analogue electronic circuits and basic field theory. It gives more importance to high-frequency circuits. Examples of projects in areas related to the subject matter of this book are also explained. Examples such as low-noise amplifiers, dielectric resonator-loaded oscillators are explained in this book. Later on it deals with down converters in the 12 GHz as well as the 1 GHz bands. Mixers, varactor-tuned and non-varactor-tuned VCOs and low-noise are explained. Power amplifiers and filters and duplexers in the 1 GHz, 800 MHz and 500 MHz bands are also explained in this book.

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