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Computer-Aided Design of RF and Microwave Mixers

Authored on: Nov 30, 2001 by S. A. Maas

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S.A. Maas of Applied Wave Research discusses how to use EDA tools such as harmonic-balance and planar-electromagnetic simulators to design various types of broadband RF and microwave mixers.

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Stephen A. Maas received BSEE and MSEE degrees from the University of Pennsylvania and a Ph. D. in Electrical Engineering from UCLA. Since then, he has been involved in research, design, and development of low-noise and nonlinear microwave circuits and systems at the National Radio Astronomy Observatory, Hughes Aircraft, TRW, and the Aerospace Corp. Dr. Maas is now Chief Scientist at Applied Wave Research, specializing in nonlinear circuit simulation technology. He is also the author of Microwave Mixers and Nonlinear Microwave Circuits. Dr. Maas is a Fellow of the IEEE.
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