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Broadband Direct-Coupled and Matching RF Networks

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Broadband Direct-Coupled and Matching RF Networks
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Publisher: TRCPEP
ISBN/ASIN: 096692200X
ISBN-13: 9780966922004
Number of pages: 236

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This practical guide is for engineers and technicians who design RF networks that filter and match impedances over wide bands or match at a just one frequency. The networks may consist of L's, C's, open- and short-circuited stubs and cascade transmission lines, and transformers. New techniques are described clearly and at a level between seminars and graduate-level instruction.

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