Analysis and Design of Integrated Circuit–Antenna Modules. Wiley Series in Microwave and Optical Engineering

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  • Book
  • 440 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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With communications technologies rapidly expanding, the traditional separation of electronic circuits and antenna systems design is no longer feasible. This book covers various design approaches applicable to integrated circuit–antenna modules with the goal of placing the antenna, transmitter, and receiver all on a single chip. It emphasizes analysis and design involving the integration of circuit functions with radiating elements and addresses trends in systems miniaturization.
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Review of CAD Process (K. Gupta & P. Hall).

Circuit Simulator Based Methods (P. Hall, et al.).

Multiport Network Method (K. Gupta & R. Parrikar).

Full Wave Analysis in the Frequency Domain (R. Gillard, et al.).

Full Wave Electromagnetic Analysis in the Time Domain (Y. Qian & T. Itoh).

Phase–Locking Dynamics in Integrated Antenna Arrays (R. York).

Analysis and Design of Oscillator Grids and Arrays (W. Shiroma, et al.).

Analysis and Design Considerations for Monolithic Microwave Circuit Transmit–Receive (T–R) Modules (L. Whicker).

Integrated Transmit–Receive Circuit–Antenna Modules for Radio on Fibre Systems (H. Ghafouri–Shiraz).

Conclusions (P. Hall & K. Gupta).
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"...an important book at this stage in the integrated circuit–antenna module era...an excellent book that is well documented with extensive references. It is recommended for all academic engineering libraries." (E–Streams, Vol. 4, No. 8, August 2001)
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