Ian Hunter provides a graduate-level text that has the aim of enabling the Theory and Design of Microwave Filters will also be a valuable reference work in the. 21 Mar Article (PDF Available) in IEEE Antennas and Propagation Magazine 44(1) – · March with Reads. Download Citation on ResearchGate | On Jan 1, , Ian Hunter and others published Theory and Design of Microwave Filters }.
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filtees The book is aimed at designers, engineers and researchers working in microwave electronics who need to design or specify filters. Mills, Christiansen, Wild, Bracewell H. Antenna Theory Constantine A. It is an excellent practical reference, always focusing on the final realization, including manufacturing issues, tunability, and possible spurious modes, which makes it worthwhile reading for both the beginner in filter design and the experienced engineer.
Theory and Design of Microwave Filters
Miniaturisation techniques for microwave filters. Various analysis techniques in terms of ABCD matrices, S parameters, off and odd-mode networks and image parameters have been discussed. This is illustrated by an example and is followed by the design of highly selective lowpass and highpass distributed filters with generalised Chebyshev characteristics. No finite device can produce an ‘ideal’ or infinitely selective amplitude response.
Circuit theory ; Lumped linear networks ; Waveguide and microwave transmission line components ; Passive filters and other passive networks ; Distributed linear networks. Dielectric resonator filters Chapter 8: Microwave Imaging Matteo Pastorino. Email this page Print this page. Dr Hunter is also a part-time Senior Research Fellow with the Institute of Microwave Photonics, University of Leeds, and has published over 50 technical papers and patents. He is married with three children. Theory and Design of Microwave Filters.
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This is followed by detailed design procedures of two types of coupled-line filter, the interdigital and the combline filter. In addition there are fundamental limits on the achievable performance of electrical filters, regardless of the physical construction. HunterInstitution of Electrical Engineers Snippet view – Basic network theory Chapter 3: Theory and Design of Microwave Filters will also be a valuable reference work in the research community.
Initially the use of the Richards transformation to convert lumped prototype networks into distributed quasi hujter and quasi-highpass filters is described. A brief discussion on dielectric resonators points out the limitations in terms of increasing the dielectric constant or the number of degenerate modes. Theory and design of microwave filters I.
Applications of Advanced Electromagnetics Guennadi A. Filterw Basic network theory. The remainder of the book is devoted to developing design techniques which enable filters to approach these theoretical limits as closely as possible. He is a Fellow Engineer with Filtronic plc, where he filtesr currently employed on filter technologies for future cellular radio systems.
G J Van Der Plaats. It is a good read, deriving the most important formulas and giving step-by-step design examples.
Approximate Boundary Conditions in Electromagnetics T. Designs of lumped lowpass prototype networks Chapter 4: Reflectionless Filters Matthew A. Various techniques for the miniaturisation of filters are reviewed. The former enable realisation of transfer functions with real-axis transmission zeros, i. Microwave Engineering David M. The intended primary readership is an engineers in the communications and microwave industries, where the book will be suitable for hunte graduates working with and designing filters for the first time, through to engineering managers responsible for RF system design.
This book is extremely thorough and covers fundamental circuit theory and electromagnetics, network synthesis, applications and the design of a variety of real microwave structures, all in a single source. Felsen Limited preview – The philosophy is to present design theories followed by specific examples with numerical simulations of the designs, accompanied by pictures of real devices wherever possible. MSc students in microwave and RF engineering will find the book highly relevant, as the author has developed much of the material from his graduate-level courses for university and industry.
Theory and Design of Microwave Filters. Ian Hunter provides a graduate-level text that has the aim of enabling the engineer to understand the theory and design of microwave filters. Description Microwave filters are vital components in a huge variety of electronic systems, including the rapidly growing communications industry behind mobile radio and satellite communications, as well as radar and other microwave technologies.