Spectral domain method for microwave integrated circuits

  • 243 Pages
  • 3.28 MB
  • English
Research Studies Press, Wiley , Taunton, Somerset, England, New York
Microwave integrated circuits -- Mathema
StatementD. Mirshekar-Syahkal.
SeriesElectronic & electrical engineering research studies., 1
LC ClassificationsTK7876 .M592 1990
The Physical Object
Paginationxv, 243 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2199945M
ISBN 100471926841
LC Control Number89021499

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Taunton, Somerset, England: Research Studies Press ; New York: Wiley, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: D Mirshekar-Syahkal. SPECTRAL DOMAIN METHOD FOR MICROWAVE INTEGRATED CIRCUITS D. MIRSHEKAR-SYAHKAL SUMMARY This book is a comprehensive text on the spectral domain method for microwave integrated circuits.

It treats this commonly used computer method from a very basic level through examples, and introduces its advanced applications in simple words. Many numerical methods exist to date for analyzing microwave and millimeter‐wave passive structures.

Among them, the spectral‐domain analysis (SDA) is one of the most popular ones. It was developed in A SDA version for quasi‐static analysis was also presented.

SDA is basically a Fourier‐transformed version of the integral equation.

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A survey is given of the so-called spectral-domain approach, an analytical and numerical technique particularly suited for the solution of boundary-value problems in microwave and millimeter-wave integrated circuits, The mathematical formulation of the analytical part of that approach is described in a generalized notation for two- and three-dimensional strip and slot-type fields.

Abstract: A survey is given of the so-called spectral-domain approach, an analytical and numerical technique particularly suited for the solution of boundary-value problems in microwave and millimeter-wave integrated circuits, The mathematical formulation of the analytical part of that approach is described in a generalized notation for two- and three-dimensional strip and slot-type fields.

In a. Spectral domain method for microwave integrated circuits By Dariush Mirshekar-Syahkal Topics: Engineering. Spectral Domain Method for Microwave Integrated Circuits (Computer methods in electromagnetics series) Hardcover – 14 March by D Mirshekar–syahk (Author)Author: D Mirshekar–syahk.

Designed to be easily accessible to readers with only a fundamental background in electromagnetic theory, the book provides clear explanations of the theory and applications of Green's function, the conformal-mapping method, spectral domain methods, variational methods, and the mode-matching methods.

Planar Transmission Lines and Microwave Integrated Circuits 1 Analysis Methods for Planar Transmission Lines 7 Organization of the Book 9. 2 Fundamentals of Electromagnetic Theory Maxwell’s Equations 12 Constitutive Relations 14 Continuity Equation 15 Loss in Medium 15 Boundary Conditions 17 Skin Depth A new space spectral-domain analysis (SSDA) is developed to characterize arbitrarily shaped three-dimensional discontinuities in MICs and MMICs.

The method is very general and combines the advantages of the spectral-domain analysis (SDA) with that of the one-dimensional method. The proposed general analysis was carried out by the spectral domain approach method (S.D.A) and takes into account for the first time the electrical aspect of anisotropy.

The computed results are in good agreement with those available in the literature. A Direct Spectral Domain Method for Near-ground Microwave Radiation by a Vertical Dipole above Earth in the Presence of Atmospheric Refractivity R.

Bhattacharjea1;2, C. Anderson2, and G. Durgin1 1Georgia Institute of Technology, USA 2United States Naval Academy, USA. Clive Poole, Izzat Darwazeh, in Microwave Active Circuit Analysis and Design, Capacitors. Capacitors are very widely used in microwave circuits as DC blocking and decoupling elements, as well as reactive elements in filters, tuners, and matching networks.

Ceramic is the most common dielectric for microwave capacitors due to its low loss at high frequencies.

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The analysis of linear time-varying (LTV) circuits with time-harmonic variations is well understood with the spectral domain method [38]. To set the background for further anal-ysis, this section presents a review of such method andbased on the newly defined multi-dimensional full spectral matrix, the full spectral network parameter matrices.

She has authored more than papers and coauthored several books. Her research interests include the numerical methods for microwave and millimeter-wave integrated circuits and systematic electromagnetic compatibility design of various aircrafts.

Su is a Senior Member of the Chinese Institute of Electronics. Microwave circuits MMICs Mathematical model Coplanar waveguides Microwave communication space-spectral domain approach (SSDA) Method of lines (MOL) miniature hybrid microwave integrated circuits (MHMIC) monolithic microwave integrated circuits (MMIC) spectral domain.

Spectral Domain Analysis SPECTRASYS incorporates a new approach to RF/microwave system analysis: spectral domain simulation. This approach allows engineers to specify entire spectrums, including measured data for frequency sources such as oscillators and antennas.

In traditional system simulation methods, spectrums were all but ignored. The spectral-domain method (SDM) is used to compute the propagation constant in this structure, and is verified with HFSS simulations.

The SDM method is then employed to synthesize broad-band tapered impedance transformers in finline for coupling energy to and from a set of monolithic microwave integrated circuit (MMIC) amplifiers.

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Spectral domain formulation The spectral domain method is a very standard tool used in the rigorous analysis of field problems connected with microstrip circuit structures. In spectral domain method, we write down the field components at the superconducting strip the Fourier transform domain.

The spectral domain method is based on Floquet's principle, which implies that when an infinite, planar, periodic structure is illuminated by an infinite plane wave, then every unit cell in the periodic plane must contain exactly the same currents and fields, except for a.

The electric dyadic Green's function of integrated structures with High Impedance Ground Planes (HIGPs) is derived in this paper following a full-wave analysis in the spectral domain. raphy, metasurface, mixed spectral element method, spectral numerical mode-matching method.

INTRODUCTION T HREE-dimensional layered media with doubly periodic structures are ubiquitous in microwave, millimeter wave and optical integrated circuits, electronic packages, and other fields [1]–[11], as illustrated in Figure 1.

Simulating electro. Monolithic microwave integrated circuit, or MMIC (sometimes pronounced "mimic"), is a type of integrated circuit (IC) device that operates at microwave frequencies ( MHz to GHz). These devices typically perform functions such as microwave mixing, power amplification, low-noise amplification, and high-frequency and outputs on MMIC devices are frequently.

IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON CIRCUITS AND SYSTEMS—II: ANALOG AND DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING, VOL. 49, NO. 5, MAY Spectral Analysis of Time-Domain Phase Jitter Measurements Un-Ku Moon, Senior Member, IEEE, Karti Mayaram, Senior Member, IEEE, and John T. Stonick, Member, IEEE Abstract— A simplified overview of time-domain jitter measure.

In this paper, we present a unifying spectral-domain approach and a newly derived Green's function that provide a "first principles" method for the design and analysis of ferroelectric material.

Galerkin's method together with parsval's relation in Hankel transform domain has been used for the numerical calculation of resonant frequency and quality factor of the first resonant modes of circular disk and annular ring patches. Practical Two-Port Circuits 15 Single-element networks 15 π-and T-networks 16 Three-Port Network with Common Terminal 19 Transmission Line 21 Chapter 2.

Nonlinear Circuit Design Methods 27 Spectral Domain Analysis 27 Trigonometric identities 28 Piecewise-linear approximation 29 Bessel functions 33 Time Domain Analysis 35 Newton-Raphson. Integrated circuits have their origin in the invention of the transistor in by William B.

Shockley and his team at the American Telephone and Telegraph Company’s Bell ey’s team (including John Bardeen and Walter H. Brattain) found that, under the right circumstances, electrons would form a barrier at the surface of certain crystals, and they learned to control the.

a fundamental component of radio wave, microwave and optical circuits [1{5]. They are indispensable in modern technology in the radio frequency to the optical frequency range.

In doing so, greater accuracy is assured. The most accurate approach to characterizing full-wave, uniform, coupled transmission lines is by the spectral-domain method employed by Ansoft Designer SV.

This method is fast and accurate and boasts a wider range of applications than other methods.His comprehensive field-based approach to global modeling helped establish the system-in-package concept important to smart phones. Itoh’s spectral domain method for microwave circuit analysis has become one of the most popular techniques for computer-aided design of microwave components.Semiconductor-based integrated circuits have become the mainstream for very-large-scale integration systems such as high-speed digital circuits, radio-frequency integrated circuits, and even monolithic microwave integrated circuits.

The shrinking feature size and increasing frequency promote high integration density and interconnection complexity that demand high-accuracy modeling techniques.