- Departments / Centres
Two-port network characterization. Scattering matrix representation of microwave components.
Planar transmission lines: Characteristics, properties, design parameters and applications. Design and realization of MIC Components. 3 dB hybrid design. Backward Directional Coupler, Hybrid ring and Power dividers.
MIC filters. Kuroda transformation. K inverter, J inverter. Resonator filters. Realization using microstrip lines and strip lines.
Microwave amplifier design. Power gain equations. Maximum gain design. Low noise Design. High power design. Stability considerations.
Microwave oscillator design. One – port and two – port negative resistance oscillators. Oscillator design using large – signal measurements.
1. I.J.Bahl & P.Bhartia, “Microwave Solid state Circuit Design (2/e)”, Wiley, 2003.
2. S.Y.Liao, “Microwave Circuit Analysis and Amplifier Design”, Prentice-Hall, 1986.
1. G.Gonzalez, “Microwave Transistors and Amplifiers (2/e)”, Prentice-Hall, 1997.
2. A. Das & S.K.Das, “Microwave Engineering (2/e)”, Tata McGraw Hill, 2010.
3. B. Bhat, S. K Koul, “Stripline like transmission lines for Microwave Integrated Circuits”, New Age
International Pvt. Ltd Publishers, 2007.
Students are able to
CO1: understand the basics of Scattering matrix and two port characterization.
CO2: analyze the design principles of passive microwave components such as couplers and power dividers.
CO3: distinguish between the different types of MIC filters and their implementation.
CO4: understand the complexities of microwave amplifier design and its stability features.
CO5: identify the suitable microwave power sources of given specification for the selected application.
CO6: appreciate the design principles of microwave oscillators.