By K. C. Gupta, Peter S. Hall
With communications applied sciences quickly increasing, the normal separation of digital circuits and antenna platforms layout isn't any longer possible. This publication covers quite a few layout ways appropriate to built-in circuit-antenna modules with the aim of putting the antenna, transmitter, and receiver all on a unmarried chip. It emphasizes research and layout regarding the mixing of circuit capabilities with radiating components and addresses traits in platforms miniaturization.
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11a, this number is 8: counting one port for the source; two ports each for the three components A, B, and C; and one port for the load. The vector c will have nonzero values only for the output ports of independent sources in the network. For the network of Fig. 11a, c c1 ; 0; 0; 0; 0; 0; 0; 0T 2:21 The output port of the source has been numbered 1, and the superscript T indicates transpose of a vector or matrix. 40 REVIEW OF THE CAD PROCESS The matrix S is a block diagonal matrix whose submatrices along the diagonal are the scattering matrices of various components.
C. GUPTA Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering University of Colorado Boulder, CO PETER S. HALL School of Electronic and Electrical Engineering The University of Birmingham Edgbaston, Birmingham, UK A review of the engineering design process and its application to design of radio frequency (RF) and microwave circuits and to the design of printed antennas is a prerequisite for development of design methods for integrated circuit±antenna modules. Most of the current design practices involve an extensive use of computers and this discipline is popularly known as computer-aided design (CAD).
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