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From: The Technical Manager
Subject: Re: RF amplifier
Date: Mon, 25 Nov 2002 11:38:36 +0000
Organization: Microwave Department
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Andrew Tweddle wrote:
> The Technical Manager wrote:
> > chantey wrote:
> > > 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
> > proceedings.
> Do you know any libraries that stock the conference proceedings?
Conference proceedings are not usually stocked by most libraries (that I have
encountered) but reprints of papers are available via an inter library loan which
It really irritates me that some of the best technical papers are only found in
conference proceedings rather than journals. It is as if the authors don't want
them to be read.
> For years I have been trying to locate the HP references on circuit
> board based directional couplers?
Could you describe them in more detail such as titles of papers, authors, dates
etc. I could probably dig them out from somewhere.
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