Offering a single volume reference for high frequency semiconductor devices, this handbook covers basic material characteristics, system level concerns and constraints, simulation and modeling of devices, and packaging. Individual chapters detail the properties and characteristics of each semiconductor device type, including: Varactors, Schottky diodes, transit-time devices, BJTs, HBTs, MOSFETs, MESFETs, and HEMTs. Written by leading researchers in the field, the RF and Microwave Semiconductor Device Handbook provides an excellent starting point for programs involving development, technology comparison, or acquisition of RF and wireless semiconductor devices.
Table of Contents
Varactors, Jan Stake
Schottky Diode Frequency Multipliers, Jack East
Transit Time Microwave Devices, Robert J. Trew
Bipolar Junction Transistors, John C. Cowles
Heterostructure Bipolar Transistors, William Liu
Metal-Oxide-Semiconductor Field Effect Transistors, Leonard MacEachern, Tajinder Manku
Metal Semiconductor Field Effect Transistors, Michael S. Shur
High Electron Mobility Transistors, Prashant Chavarkar, Umesh Mishra
RF Power Transistors from Wide Bandgap Materials, Karen E. Moore
Monolithic Microwave IC Technology, Lawrence P. Dunleavy
Semiconductors, Mike Harris
Metals, Mike Golio
RF Package Design and Development, Jeanne S. Pavio
Thermal Analysis and Design of Electronic Systems, Avram Bar-Cohen, Karl J. Geisler, Allan D. Krauss
Low Voltage/Low Power Microwave Electronics, Mike Golio
Technology Computer Aided Design, Peter A. Blakey
Nonlinear Transistor Modeling for Circuit Simulation, Walter R. Curtice
"Overall this is an excellent book and a useful complement to older standard texts. Those readers searching for a book on modern RF semiconductor devices, modeling, and thermal analysis will be very happy."
"A team of 20 authors drawn from industry and academia, under the leadership of Golio of Motorola, has composed this 17-chapter, 310-page handbook…Layout, typography, and particularly the diagrams are exceptionally good. For practicing engineers in industry, government, and academia."
-G. Weiss, emeritus, Polytechnic University