Microwave Filters for Communication Systems : Fundamentals, Design and Applications
1. Radio Frequency (RF) Filter Networks for Wireless Communications-The System Perspective.
PART I: INTRODUCTION TO A COMMUNICATION SYSTEM, RADIO SPECTRUM, AND INFORMATION.
PART II: NOISE IN A COMMUNICATION CHANNEL.
PART III: IMPACT OF SYSTEM DESIGN ON THE REQUIRMENTS OF FILTER NETWORKS.
2. Fundamentals of Circuit Theory Approximation.
3. Characterization of Lossless Lowpass Prototype filter functions.
4. Computer-Aided Synthesis of Characteristic Polynomials.
5. Analysis of Multiport Microwave Networks.
6. Synthesis of a General Class of the Chebyshev Filter Function.
7. Synthesis of Network - Circuit Approach.
8. Coupling Matrix Synthesis of Filter Networks.
9. Reconfiguration of the Folded Coupling Matrix.
10. Synthesis and Application of Extracted Pole and Trisection Elements.
11. Microwave Resonators.
12. Waveguide and Coaxial Lowpass Filters.
13. Waveguide Realization of Single- and Dual-Mode Resonator Filters.
14. Design and Physical Realization of Coupled Resonator Filters.
15. Advanced EM-Based Design Techniques for Microwave Filters.
16. Dielectric Resonator Filters.
17. AllPass Phase and Group Delay Equalizer Networks.
18. Multiplexer Theory and Design.
19. Computer-Aided Diagnosis and Tuning of Microwave Filters.
20. High-Power Considerations in Microwave Filter Networks.
Richard J. Cameron is the retired technical director of COM DEV Europe, Visiting Professor at the University of Leeds (UK), and is a Fellow of IEE and IEEE.
Dr. Chandra M. Kudsia is Adjunct Professor at the University of Waterloo,a Fellow of IEEE, AIAA and EIC, and the retired chief scientist of COM DEV Space Group.
Dr. Raafat R. Mansour is a Professor at the University of Waterloo, former director of R&D at COM DEV International, and is a Fellow of IEEE.