Theory and Practice of Transmission Line Transformers

CD-ROM: 978 1 884932 33 5 / $129.00
 
Published: December 2002  

Publisher: SciTech Publishing
This tutorial introduces the theory and practice of transmission line transformers (TLT). In an innovative approach to the subject, Sevick divides TLTs into four classes: TLTs with ratios of 1:1, 1:4, less than 1:4 and greater than 1:4. The first two sections in this course cover 1:1 baluns and 1:4 baluns and ununs, as discussed by Guanella and Ruthroff. Additional sections review TLTs with ratios less than 1:4 and greater than 1:4, such as 1:6, 1:9, 1:12. The course concludes with a discussion of information on diode mixers and power combinerssplitters.

The material covered in this course provides incentive to investigate:

* The application of the latest TLT designs in broadband amplifiers and logic circuits
* The advancement of the theory and broadband response of the TLT
* The research in ferrite materials for high permeabilities with high bulk restivity

Approximate running time is one hour.

Table of Contents:
Section 1: TLTs with 1:1 Ratios

Section 2: TLTs with 1:4 Ratios

Section 3: TLTs with ratios greater than 1:4

Section 4: TLTs with ratios less that 1:4

Section 5: Characterization

Section 6: Conclusions



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