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1Lec 1: Introduction to Microwave EngineeringDownloadPDF unavailable
2Lec 2: Introduction to Transmission Line TheoryDownloadPDF unavailable
3Lec 3: Lossy Transmission LineDownloadPDF unavailable
4Lec 4: Smith ChartDownloadPDF unavailable
5Lec 5: Introduction to Waveguides and Rectangular WaveguideDownloadPDF unavailable
6Lec 6: Circular WaveguideDownloadPDF unavailable
7Lec 7: Attenuation WaveguideDownloadPDF unavailable
8Lec 8: N-port microwave networks & equivalent voltages and currentsDownloadPDF unavailable
9Lec 9: Scattering Matrix (S-Parameters) Part-1DownloadPDF unavailable
10Lec 10: Scattering Matrix (S-parameters) Part-2 & Transmission Matrix (ABCD-Parameters)DownloadPDF unavailable
11Lec 11: Impedance Matching Using L-Section and Series Stub NetworksDownloadPDF unavailable
12Lec 12: Impedance Matching Using Shunt Stub, Double Stub and Quarter wave TransformerDownloadPDF unavailable
13Lec 13: Multisection Matching Networks and Tapered LinesDownloadPDF unavailable
14Lec 14: Series and Parallel RLC ResonatorsDownloadPDF unavailable
15Lec 15: Transmission Line ResonatorsDownloadPDF unavailable
16Lec 16: Waveguide ResonatorsDownloadPDF unavailable
17Lec 17: Introduction to power dividersDownloadPDF unavailable
18Lec 18: Directional couplersDownloadPDF unavailable
19Lec 19: Microwave Filters Part-1DownloadPDF unavailable
20Lec 20: Microwave Filters Part-2DownloadPDF unavailable
21Lec 21: Characteristics of Microwave BJT and FETDownloadPDF unavailable
22Lec 22: PIN Diodes and Control CircuitsDownloadPDF unavailable
23Lec 23: Schottky Diodes and Detectors and Tunnel DiodesDownloadPDF unavailable
24Lec 24: Gunn Diodes, IMPATT Diodes and Varactor DiodesDownloadPDF unavailable
25Lec 25: Two-Port Power Gain and StabilityDownloadPDF unavailable
26Lec 26: Design of single stage transistor amplifier (for maximum gain, specified gain, low noise)DownloadPDF unavailable
27Lec 27: RF oscillatorDownloadPDF unavailable
28Lec 28: Limitations of Conventional Tubes at Microwave RangesDownloadPDF unavailable
29Lec 29: Introduction to KlystronDownloadPDF unavailable
30Lec 30: Reflex Klystron, Magnetron and TWTDownloadPDF unavailable
31Lec 31: Ferrite DevicesDownloadPDF unavailable
32Lec 32: Planar transmission lines for MICDownloadPDF unavailable
33Lec 33: Lumped elements for MICDownloadPDF unavailable
34Lec 34: Lumped inductor, HMIC and MMICDownloadPDF unavailable
35Lec 35: Overview of RadarDownloadPDF unavailable
36Lec 36: Cellular CommunicationDownloadPDF unavailable
37Lec 37: Satellite Communication and Applications of MicrowaveDownloadPDF unavailable