Microwave Devices, Antennas and Systems Laboratory (MDASL)

References



Microwave Devices

  • AN 8-40 GHz DIPLEXER USING SERIES CONNECTED SEMICOMPLEMENTARY LOW PASS AND BAND PASS FILTERS

  • A NOVEL LOW-NOISE DOWNCONVERTER SYSTEM USING A MICROSTRIP COUPLED TRANSMISSION-MODE DIELECTRIC RESONATOR

  • ULTRA BROADBAND HIGH DIRECTIVITY DIRECTIONAL COUPLER DESIGNSYNTHESIS OF ACTIVE MICROWAVE MIXERS FOR OPTIMUM PERFORMANCE

  • NOVEL MIC BIPOLAR FREQUENCY DOUBLERS HAVING HIGH GAIN, WIDE BANDWIDTH AND GOOD SPECTRAL PERFORMANCE

  • PHASE NOISE CHARACTERIZATION

  • SYNTHESIS OF ACTIVE MICROWAVE FILTERS INCORPORATING NOISE EFFECTS ANALYSIS AND DESIGN OF

  • MICROWAVE T JUNCTION CIRCUITS FOR PRESCRIBED RESPONSE CHARACTERISTICS

  • ANALYSIS AND DESIGN OF MICROWAVE T JUNCTION CIRCUITS FOR PRESCRIBED RESPONSE CHARACTERISTICS

  • ACTIVE MICROWAVE FILTERS WITH NOISE PERFORMANCE CONSIDERATION

  • A MODELING TECHNIQUE OF INTERNALLY` MATCHED BIPOLAR MICROWAVE POWER TRANSISTOR NETWORKS

  • DESIGN OF LOW-NOISE RF/MICROWAVE AMPLIFIERS FOR COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS REQUIRING VERY LOW POWER CONSUMPTION

  • A REDUCED SIZE PLANAR BALUN STRUCTURE FOR WIRELESS MICROWAVE AND RF APPLICATIONS

  • DESIGN OF MICROSTRIP T JUNCTION POWER DIVIDER CIRCUITS FOR ENHANCED PERFORMANCE

  • COMPARATIVE ACCURACY ANALYSIS OF THE LEGENDRE POLYNOMIAL TECHNIQUE OF ARRAY CURRENT RECONSTRUCTION

  • A NEW TECHNIQUE OF ANALYSIS OF UNEQUALLY SPACED ARRAYS

  • DESIGN FORMULAE FOR A CLASS OF MICROSTRIP TEE JUNCTION POWER-DIVIDER CIRCUITS

  • ANALYSIS OF NOISE PARAMETER EXTRACTION FOR NOISE FIGURE MEASUREMENTS

  • LOW POWER CONSUMPTION VOLTAGE CONTROLLED OSCILLATOR DESIGN

  • A MINIATURIZED LUMPED-DISTRIBUTED BALUN FOR MODERN WIRELESS COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS

  • REDUCED-SIZE LOW NOISE-LOW POWER CONSUMPTION AMPLIFIER DESIGNS FOR COMMUNICATIONS AND RF APPLICATIONS

  • ACCURACY OF RESIDUAL PHASE NOISE CHARACTERIZATION OF ACTIVE RF/MICROWAVE DEVICES

  • NEW TECHNIQUES FOR REFLECTOR NETWORK DESIGN ON SINGLE-ENDED HEMT RF/MICROWAVE FREQUENCY MULTIPLIERS

  • NON-LINEAR PROPERTIES OF PHEMT TRANSISTORS EXPLOITED IN THE DESIGN OF ACTIVE RF/MICROWAVE FREQUENCY MULTIPLIERS

  • AN IMPROVED PLANAR BALUN DESIGN FOR WIRELESS MICROWAVE AND RF APPLICATIONS

  • OPTIMIZATION OF ACTIVE MICROWAVE FREQUENCY MULTIPLIER PERFORMANCE UTILIZING HARMONIC TERMINATING IMPEDANCES

  • AN EFFICIENT TECHNIQUE FOR VARACTOR DIODE CHARACTERIZATION

  • APPLICATION OF EMPIRICAL MODELS TO DESIGN MICROSTRIP TEE JUNCTIONS WITH PRESPECIFIED POWER-DIVIDER RATIOS

  • MINIATURIZED RF/CELLULAR LOW NOISE AMPLIFIER DESIGN HAVING LOW BIAS POWER

  • OSCILLATOR DESIGN USING NONLINEAR CAD

  • POWER AMPLIFIER DESIGNS FOR PERSONAL COMMUNICATION NETWORKS

  • REDUCED SIZE RF COUPLER DESIGN FOR SPECIALIZED LOAD REQUIREMENTS

  • VCO PHASE NOISE CHARACTERIZATION

  • GSM BASE STATION AMPLIFIER DESIGN

  • POWER AMPLIFIER DESIGN USING FEEDFORWARD LINEARIZATION

  • OPTIMIZED COMPACT ACTIVE DOWN CONVERTERS HAVING LOW POWER CONSUMPTION AND HIGH CONVERSION

  • POWER DIVIDERS

  • MICROWAVE FREQUENCY TRIPLING UTILIZING ACTIVE DEVICES

  • HIGH PRECISION LARGE SIGNAL MODELING OF MICROWAVE PHEMT TRANSISTORS

  • VERY HIGH CONVERSION GAIN MICROWAVE FREQUENCY DOUBLER CIRCUIT DESIGNSINGLE-ENDED HEMT MULTIPLIER DESIGN USING REFLECTOR NETWORKS

  • OPTIMIZED COMPACT ACTIVE DOWNCONVERTERS HAVING LOW POWER CONSUMPTION AND HIGH CONVERSION GAIN

  • OPTIMIZED SYNTHESIS OF X BAND MICROSTRIP SIDE COUPLED BANDPASS FILTERS

  • IMPROVING LARGE-SIGNAL FET/HEMT MODEL ACCURACCY BY OPTIMIZATION OF DIODE RESPONSE

  • OPTIMIZED DESIGN OF UNIQUE MINITURIZED PLANAR BALUNS FOR WIRELESS APPLICATIONS

  • GENERALIZED NONLINEAR FET/HEMT MODELING

  • HARMONIC BALANCE ANALYSIS OF INPUT IMPEDANCE MATCHING IN ACTIVE RF/MICROWAVE FREQUENCY MULTIPLEXERS

  • ANALYSIS OF NONLINEAR INPUT IMPEDANCE MATCHING IN ACTIVE FREQUENCY MULTIPLIERS

  • DESIGN AND OPTIMIZATION OF LARGE CONVERSION GAIN ACTIVE MICROWAVE FREQUENCY TRIPLERS

  • VERIFICATION OF A GENERALIZED NONLINEAR FET/HEMT MODELING THROUGH A CLASS A POWER AMPLIFIER DESIGN

  • A SIMPLIFIED, EMPIRICAL LARGE-SIGNAL MODEL FOR SiC MESFETs 

 

Antennas

  • ANALYSIS AND MODELING OF PROBE FEED STRUCTURES FOR BROAD BAND ANTENNA APPLICATIONS

  • MULTI-ELEMENT MONOPOLE TO PARALLEL PLATE MATCHING STRUCTURE

  • A TECHNIQUE FOR WIDEBAND IMPEDANCE CHARACTERIZATION OF PRACTICAL MONOPOLES IN FREE SPACE AND PARALLEL PLATE STRUCTURES

  • FAR-FIELD SYNTHESIS OF THE EXCITATION CURRENTS OF A SPHERICAL ARRAY

  • FAR-FIELD ANALYSIS OF CONFORMAL LOOP ARRAYS

  • AN ELECTRONICALLY SCANNED ANTENNA ARRAY FOR TACAN BEARING FINDING APPLICATIONS

  • THE FAR FIELD OF A SPHERICAL ARRAY OF POINT DIPOLES

  • ARRAY CURRENT DISTRIBUTIONS TO GENERATE FLAT-TOPPED BEAMS

  • A NEW TECHNIQUE OF ANALYSIS OF UNEQUALLY SPACED LINEAR ARRAYS

  • NEAR-FIELD ANALYSIS OF SPHERICAL LOOP ARRAYS

  • NEW TECHNIQUE OF SIMULTANEOUS ARRAY CURRENT/SPACING SYNTHESIS IN UNEQUALLY SPACED ARRAYS

  • SYNTHESIS OF ANTENNA ARRAY SECTORAL PATTERNS BY ELEMENT SPACING PERTURBATION

  • SYNTHESIS OF UNEQUALLY SPACED LINEAR ARRAYS BY LEGENDRE SERIES EXPANSION

  • IMPROVED ARRAY SECTORAL PATTERNS BY UNEQUAL ELEMENT SPACING

  • DESIGN OF UNEQUALLY SPACED ARRAYS FOR PERFORMANCE IMPROVEMENT

  • DESIGN OF LOW SIDELOBE CIRCULAR RING ARRAYS BY ELEMENT RADIUS OPTIMIZATION

  • OPTIMIZATION OF LINEAR ARRAY ANTENNA PERFORMANCE

  • GENERALIZED TECHNIQUE OF SIDELOBE REDUCTION IN PLANAR ARRAYS BY NONUNIFORM SPACING

  • CONFORMAL K BAND 5 ELEMENT WAVEGUIDE ARRAY FOR NEAR FIELD APPLICATIONS

  • NEAR-FIELD BEAMFORMING IN CONFORMAL PLANAR ARRAYS

  • EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF NEAR-FIELD BEAMFORMING IN CONFORMAL K-BAND PLANAR ARRAYS

  • ANTENNA SPECIFICATION FOR A RADAR BASED SENSOR FOR TRAFFIC MONITORING APPLICATIONS

  • GENERALIZED ANALYTICAL TECHNIQUE FOR THE SYNTHESIS OF UNEQUALLY SPACED ARRAYS WITH LINEAR, PLANAR, CYLINDRICAL OR SPHERICAL GEOMETRY