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Martín, Ferran

Artificial Transmission Lines for RF and Microwave Applications

Martín, Ferran - Artificial Transmission Lines for RF and Microwave Applications, ebook

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This book presents and discusses alternatives to ordinary transmission lines for the design and implementation of advanced RF/microwave components in planar technology.

This book is devoted to the analysis, study and applications of artificial transmission lines mostly implemented by means of a host line conveniently modified (e.g., with modulation of transverse dimensions, with etched patterns in the metallic layers, etc.) or with reactive loading, in order to achieve novel device functionalities, superior performance, and/or reduced size.

The author begins with an introductory chapter dedicated to the fundamentals of planar transmission lines. Chapter 2 is focused on artificial transmission lines based on periodic structures (including non-uniform transmission lines and reactively-loaded lines), and provides a comprehensive analysis of the coupled mode theory. Chapters 3 and 4 are dedicated to artificial transmission lines inspired by metamaterials, or based on metamaterial concepts. These chapters include the main practical implementations of such lines and their circuit models, and a wide overview of their RF/microwave applications (including passive and active circuits and antennas). Chapter 5 focuses on reconfigurable devices based on tunable artificial lines, and on non-linear transmission lines. The chapter also introduces several materials and components to achieve tuning, including diode varactors, RF-MEMS, ferroelectrics, and liquid crystals. Finally, Chapter 6 covers other advanced transmission lines and wave guiding structures, such as electroinductive-/magnetoinductive-wave lines, common-mode suppressed balanced lines, lattice-network artificial lines, and substrate integrated waveguides.

Artificial Transmission Lines for RF and Microwave Applications provides an in-depth analysis and discussion of artificial transmission lines, including design guidelines that can be useful to researchers, engineers and students.

Keywords: Planar transmission lines, distributed circuits, artificial transmission lines, transmission line parameters, loaded (terminated) transmission lines, Lossy transmission lines, floquet analysis, periodic structures, transfer matrix method, coupled mode theory, metamaterial transmission lines, effective material metamaterials, electrically small resonators, canonical models of metamaterial, lumped element equivalent circuit models, CRLH transmission lines, tunable devices, Nonlinear transmission lines (NLTLs), Magnetoinductive-wave (MIW) delay lines, electroinductive-wave (EIW) delay lines, common-mode suspension, wideband artificial lines, Substrate integrated waveguides (SIW), Planar transmission lines, distributed circuits, artificial transmission lines, transmission line parameters, loaded (terminated) transmission lines, Lossy transmission lines, floquet analysis, periodic structures, transfer matrix method, coupled mode theory, metamaterial transmission lines, effective material metamaterials, electrically small resonators, canonical models of metamaterial, lumped element equivalent circuit models, CRLH transmission lines, tunable devices, Nonlinear transmission lines (NLTLs), Magnetoinductive-wave (MIW) delay lines, electroinductive-wave (EIW) delay lines, common-mode suspension, wideband artificial lines, Substrate integrated waveguides (SIW), Planar transmission lines, distributed circuits, artificial transmission lines, transmission line parameters, loaded (terminated) transmission lines, Lossy transmission lines, floquet analysis, periodic structures, transfer matrix method, coupled mode theory, metamaterial transmission lines, effective material metamaterials, electrically small resonators, canonical models of metamaterial, lumped element equivalent circuit models, CRLH transmission lines, tunable devices, Nonlinear transmission lines (NLTLs), Magnetoinductive-wave (MIW) delay lines, electroinductive-wave (EIW) delay lines, common-mode suspension, wideband artificial lines, Substrate integrated waveguides (SIW), RF / Microwave Theory & Techniques

Author(s)
Publisher
John Wiley and Sons, Inc.
Publication year
2015
Language
en
Edition
1
Series
Wiley Series in Microwave and Optical Engineering
Page amount
552 pages
Category
Technology, Energy, Traffic
Format
Ebook
eISBN (ePUB)
9781119058373
Printed ISBN
9781118487600

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