Springer International Publishing AG, 2018. — 566 p. — (Springer Series in Advanced Microelectronics 61). — ISBN 978-3-319-68890-9.This book describes the physical basis of microwave electronics and related topics, such as microwave vacuum and microwave semiconductor devices. It comprehensively discusses the main types of microwave vacuum and microwave semiconductor devices, their principles of action, theory, parameters and characteristics, as well as ways of increasing the frequency limit of various devices up to the terahertz frequency band. Further, it applies a unified approach to describe charged particle interaction within electromagnetic fields and the motion laws of charged particles in various media. The book is intended as a manual for researchers and engineers, as well as advanced undergraduate and graduate students. Contents Microwave Electronics Physical Foundations Main Stages of Microwave Electronics Development Interaction of Charged Particles with an Alternating Electromagnetic Field Oscillations and Waves in Charged Particle Beams Interaction of Charged Particle Fluxes with a High-Frequency Electromagnetic Field A Microwave Device as a Circuit Element Microwave Vacuum Electron Devices Devices with Quasi-static Control O-Type Microwave Devices M-Type Microwave Electron Devices Gyro-resonant Devices Relativistic Microwave Devices Semiconductor Microwave Devices Key Functional Elements of Semiconductor Microwave Devices Diodes with Positive Dynamic Resistance Diodes with Negative Dynamic Resistance Microwave Transistors Appendixes Time and Space Intervals Defining the Behavior of Charged Particles Electron-Optical Systems of Microwave Devices Electrodynamic Systems of Microwave Electron Devices
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