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Nibler, F. (Ferdinand)
High-frequency Circuit Engineering [electronic resource] / F. Nibler et al
Stevenage IET 1996
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Subject(s) Bipolar transistors
Electric conductors
Optimisation
Power transistors
Physical Description 368
Summary This book is aimed at both practising and postgraduate engineers who are interested in the particular problems of high-frequency circuit design. It covers network parameters and how to work with them, various approaches to the use of conductors, and it introduces a large number of circuits using active devices (transistors). It also deals extensively with computer supported problem solving, both with bespoke and off-the-shelf commercial software on PC or mainframe hosts. The problems of compatibility and noise are dealt with practically and in detail. There are chapters on high-frequency conductors, HF circuits with power transistors, unipolar and bipolar transistors in power stages, computer design and optimisation
Series Circuits, Devices and Systems

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