This is the second edition of Electronic Applications of the Smith Chart, written by Phillip H. Smith, the originator of the Smith Chart. It covers the history, development and applications of the Smith Chart. This classic reference book describes how the chart is used for designing lumped element and transmission line circuits. The text provides tutorial material on transmission line theory and behavior, circuit representation on the chart, matching networks, network transformations and broadband matching. This edition includes a new chapter with example designs and description of the winSMITH software accessory.
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Many computational instruments have succumbed to the power of the digital computer. This is not the case with the Smith chart. A testament to Phil's genius is that his chart remains an important training tool and has evolved into a new role as a display grid on computer instrument screens. winSmith, a supplemental program to the book, is available form Noble Publishing.From the Author :
The purpose of this book is to provide the student, the laboratory technician and the engineer with a comprehensive and practical source volume on SMITH CHARTS and their related overlays. In general, the book describes the mechanics of these charts in relation to the guided-wave and circuit theory and, with examples, their practical use in waveguide, circuit, and component applications. It also describes the construction of boundaries, loci, and forbidden regions, which reveal overall capabilities and limitations of proposed circuits and guided-wave systems.
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Description du livre Krieger Pub Co, 1969. Hardcover. État : Used: Very Good. From a private collection. There is a small stamp inside the front cover. No writing or highlighting on the pages and the page edges are clean. The front cover is in excellent condition and the back cover is in very good plus condition. The book is complete with the 4 overlays in the back pocket. 1969 edition 1983 reprint edition. An excellent well-preserved copy. 14. N° de réf. du libraire 160319030