Transmission Lines And Communication Networks: An Introduction To Transmission Lines, High-frequency And High-speed Pulse Characteristics And Applicat
Richard E. Matick
- 出版商: Wiley-IEEE Press
- 出版日期: 2000-12-05
- 售價: $5,453
- 貴賓價: 9.5 折 $5,180
- 語言: 英文
- 頁數: 388
- 裝訂: Paperback
- ISBN: 0780360435
- ISBN-13: 9780780360433
Electrical Engineering/Circuits and Systems Transmission Lines for Digital and Communication Networks An IEEE Press Classic Reissue In the recent past, knowledge of transmission line behavior was not essential to understanding digital logic design. Slow signals, relatively short wires, logic probes and the treatment of wave forms as sequences of ones and zeros made it possible to design logic without a solid understanding of fields. That has changed dramatically. Today, with edge rates and gate delays moving into the picosecond realm, innovative product designers must be able to understand and model the essential distributed element nature of electrical circuits. Those who don’t will lag far behind the competition. Keeping pace with these developments, IEEE Press is pleased to bring back into print this definitive reference on high-speed transmission line behavior. First written in 1969, this book provides a level of detail on high-speed signaling problems that remains unmatched to this day. Engineers who want to move beyond the introductory level of field theory will find the practical applications they need for solving difficult real-world problems. In this Book You Will Find Thorough Coverage of:
- The realistic behavior of wiring, including skin effects
- Series and parallel losses
- Complex issues such as phase and group velocity, and the resulting pulse and edge spreading
- Cross coupling of signals from physically adjacent transmission lines
- Superconducting transmission lines
An indispensable resource for scientists, circuit and package designers, and system architects, this book is also appropriate for students of computer-aided design and technology. Also of Interest from IEEE Press… Routing in Third Dimension: From VLSI Chips to MCMs by Naveed A. Sherwani, Siddharth Bhingarde, and Anand Panyam, Intel Corporation 1995 Hardcover 416pp ISBN 0-7803-1089-6 IEEE Product No. PC4473 This book provides a complete and in-depth discussion of formal algorithms appropriate for state-of-the-art VLSI and MCM technologies. Principles of Data Conversion System Design by Behzad Razavi, AT&T Bell Laboratories 1995 Hardcover 272pp ISBN 0-7803-1093-4 IEEE Product No. PC4465 This text deals with the design and implementation of integrated circuits for analog-to-digital and digital-to-analog conversion.
Table of Contents:
Foreword to the IEEE Edition.
Preface to the IEEE Edition.
Symbols and Constants.
FUNDAMENTAL CONCEPTS OF TRANSMISSION LINES DERIVED FROM AC THEORY.
Equivalent Circuit of a Simple Transmission Line.
Impedance of an Ideal Transmission Line.
Impedance of a Line with Series Losses.
Phase Shift and Propagation Constant of an Ideal Line.
Propagation Constant for a Line with Small Series Losses.
Total Propagation Constant for Many Identical Subsections.
General Network Equations for a Uniform Line.
DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS AND GENERAL THEORY OF TRANSMISSION LINES.
Differential Equations for a Uniform Line with AC Excitation.
Transmission-line Equations for a Uniform Line with General Excitation.
Characteristic Impedance of a Uniform Line.
Propagation Constant for a Uniform Line.
Propagation Constant for a Line with Small Series and Shunt Losses.
Input Impedance as a Function of Termination and Line Length for AC Excitation.
Impedance Matching with Transmission-line Sections.
Nonuniform Transmission Lines.
VELOCITY OF PROPAGATION.
Single Frequency Present on a Transmission Line--Phase Velocity.
Two Frequencies Simultaneously Present on a Dispersionless Line--Group Velocity.
Many Frequencies Present on a Dispersionless Line--Group Velocity.
Dispersion in Materials.
Two Frequencies Present on a Dispersive Line.
Many Frequencies Present on a Dispersive Line.
Signal Velocity and Forerunners--Treatment of Sommerfeld and Brillouin.
Appendix 3A: Classical Theory of Absorption Bands in Dielectrics.
SKIN EFFECT--NORMAL AND ANOMALOUS.
Low-frequency Resistance and Inductance of a Solid Round Wire.
Current Distribution in Solid Circular Wire with AC Excitation.
Surface Impedance of a Solid Circular Wire with AC Excitation.
Exact General Solution for Propagation Properties of a Wave between the Surfaces of Thick, Plane Strip-line Conductors.
Analysis of Assumptions used in Transmission-line Analyses.
Surface Impedance of a Thick, Plane Conductor.
Surface Impedance of a Plane Conductor of Any Thickness.
Plane Wave Incident Perpendicularly on a Thick, Plane Conductor.
Introduction to Anomalous Skin Effect.
Limitations of Ohm's Law--Local versus Nonlocal Theory.
Surface Impedance of a Semi-infinite Half-plane with Anomalous Skin Effect.
Extreme Anomalous Skin Effect--Ineffectiveness Concept Thin Conductors.
PULSES ON TRANSMISSION LINES.
Pulse Width and Reflection Waveforms.
Step Function Response of Ideal Line with Improper Termination.
Pulse Responses of Ideal Line with Improper Terminations.
Discharging of an Ideal Line.
Reflections from Discontinuities.
Effect of Rise Time on Waveforms.
Multiple Reflections and Effective Time Constant.
Transition from Transmission-line to Circuit Analysis.
Input Impedance and Response of a Long Line with Small Series Resistance Loss.
Determination of Line Parameters from Reflection Waveforms.
Relationship between Rise Time and Frequency Response.
Pulse Distortion on Transmission Lines.
Skin-effect Distortion with Improper Termination.
Appendix 5A: Discrete Circuit Components.
SUPERCONDUCTING TRANSMISSION LINES.
Properties of Superconductors.
Critical State Model.
Surface Impedance of an Infinite Half-plane Superconductor.
Surface Impedance of a Superconducting Plane of Any Thickness.
Analysis of a Superconducting Transmission Line.
Characteristic Impedance of a Superconducting Line.
Fast Rise Time Pulses Properties of Superconducting Transmission Lines.
COUPLED TRANSMISSION LINES AND DIRECTIONAL COUPLERS.
Parameters and Differential Equations of Two Coupled Lines.
Directional Coupling for Discrete Elements and Short Lines.
Directional Coupling for Any Length of Coupled Section on Open Wires.
Solution to Coupled Equations in Terms of Sum and Difference Modes.
Open, Two-wire Line.
Shielded Strip Line.
High-frequency Effects on Capacitance and Inductance Parameters.
Determination of Impedance of Complex Geometries Using Conducting-paper Techniques.
Appendix 8A: Reciprocity between L and C.
Appendix 8B: Definition of Elliptic, Bessel, and Jacobian Functions Used in Line Parameter Calculations.