Houston, TX 77005
4:00 p.m. Friday, Dec. 7, 2012
On Campus | Alumni
In this seminar, firstly, history of broadband matching and glimpse of analytic theory of broadband matching will be presented. Then, practical solutions to matching problems via Real Frequency Techniques will be discussed.
Actual examples, such as design of various commercial and military antenna and transducer matching networks, single and multistage microwave amplifiers will be shown.
Finally, on MatLab environment, a live design example will be exhibited to construct a wideband matching network to transfer maximum power from the output of a power transistor used for VHF/UHF wireless communication system.
At the end of the seminar, the audience will be witnessed to design a matching network from measured impedance data to optimum circuit layout printed on the screen of the laptop computer.
References for the interested audience:
 B.S. Yarman, Design of Ultra wideband Power Transfer Networks via Real Frequency Techniques by John Wiley 2010.
 B.S. Yarman, Design of Ultra Wideband Antenna Matching Networks via Simplified Real Frequency Technique by Springer 2008.