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2019/2020

Monolithic Microwave Circuits

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Code Completion Credits Range
17MMO Z,ZK 4 2+2s
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Department of Electromagnetic Field
Synopsis:

The subject covers basic problems of microwave circuits applied in monolithic chips. Planar lines. S-parameters, noise parameters, impedance matching. Lumped elements. Transistors FET, HEMPT. Schottky and PIN diodes. Amplifiers, oscillators, mixers, phase shifters, switches, attenuators. On chip measurements.

Requirements:
Syllabus of lectures:

1. Introduction, why MMO, applications

2. Basic of hf and microwave techniques, line, Smith chart

3. S-parameters, noise parameters, impedance matching

4. Microstrip line, CPW line, coupled line

5. Planar discontinuities

6. Planar lumped elements

7. Microwave transistors, FET, HEMTP, Schottky and PIN diodes

8. Microwave amplifiers, stability, matching

9. Low noise and power amplifiers

10. Distributed and balanced amplifiers

11. Mixers, phase shifters, switches, attenuators

12. Microwave transistor oscillators

13. Basic on microwave measurement, vector and scalar network analyzers

14. On chip measurement, correction methods

Syllabus of tutorials:

1. Introduction to MIDE applications

2. Planar lines parameters modelling

3. Planar lines parameters modelling

4. Modelling of influences of discontinuties, impedance matching

5. Calculations of basic transistor parameters

6. Project of microwave amplifiers

7. Project of microwave amplifiers

8. Project of microwave amplifiers

9. Project of microwave oscillator

10. Project of microwave oscillator

11. Project of microwave oscillator

12. Vector network analyser

13. Precise corrected measurement of scattering parameters

14. Inspection of project records, credit

Study Objective:
Study materials:

[1] Gupta, K.C., Garg, R., Chadha, R.: Computer-Aided Design of Microwave Circuits. Artech House, Dedham 1981

[2] Vendelin, G. D.: Design of Amplifiers and Oscillators by the S-parameter Method. John Wiley, New York 1982

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