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From: The Technical Manager
Subject: Re: RF amplifier
Date: Thu, 07 Nov 2002 10:36:45 +0000
Organization: Microwave Department
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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.
Worth a look as well but tends to feature UHF amps more than microwave ones.
> And Proceedings from the RF IC Symposium (part of IEEE Microwave Theory and
> Techniques aka MTT Conference) may be useful.
If you can get your hands on them. Most libraries don't stock conference
> 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
> ARTECH House,
> 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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