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Subject: Re: RF amplifier
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Date: Thu, 07 Nov 2002 04:46:21 GMT
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Also read back issues of the IEEE Journal of Solid State Circuits (aka J SSC
aka "the Red Rag").
The annual CD ROMs can be searched for RF topics.
And Proceedings from the RF IC Symposium (part of IEEE Microwave Theory and
Techniques aka MTT Conference) may be useful.
Lastly the MIT "Radiation Labs Series" is an oldie but goodie for a
historical perspective on how things work. It was available in CD ROM from
publishers of Microwave Journal. Alas, Building 20 RIP.
"The Technical Manager" wrote in message
> gert baars wrote:
> > Hi,
> > You could try search the web for 'MAR' and 'MMIC'.
> > These are integrated amplifiers, some up to 5 GHz that you can use in a
> > design.
> You could always try the MMIC Design book written by Ian Robertson. It is
> best book on MMICs so far.
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