Planar Spiral Inductors, Planar Antennas and Embedded Planar Transformers Description
This book offers RF/microwave MMIC designers a brand-new, automated, precise, and unified method for designing and figuring out the performance characteristics of single planar spiral inductors and many connected planar spiral inductors (like embedded transformers).
With a series of analysis and design examples, the author illustrates a novel approach that wisely exploits transmission theory and concepts, organizing and condensing readily accessible, dispersed knowledge about the design and performance evaluation of planar spiral inductors, embedded planar transformers, and planar antennas into one coherent and unified electronic circuit model that radio frequency electronic circuit engineers can use.
Here’s what you will learn in this book:
- Front Matter
- Introduction and Problem Statement
- Fundamental Physics of Planar Inductors, Embedded Planar Transformers, and Planar (Patch) Antennas
- SPICE Based Design and Analysis of Planar Spiral Inductors and Embedded|Integrated Planar Spiral Inductor Transformers and Planar Antennas