HF filter design and computer simulation

@inproceedings{Rhea1994HFFD,
  title={HF filter design and computer simulation},
  author={Randall W. Rhea},
  year={1994}
}
  • R. Rhea
  • Published 30 June 1994
  • Engineering
A book for engineers who design and build filters of all types, including lumped element, coaxial, helical, dielectric resonator, stripline and microstrip types. A thorough review of classic and modern filter design techniques, containing extensive practical design information of passband characteristics, topologies and transformations, component effects and matching. An excellent text for the design and construction of microstrip filters. 

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