Introduction to Microwave Technologies

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Introduction to Microwaves  Technologies A Synthetic Overview  A Synthetic Overview  By Fabio Urbani By Fabio Urbani Department of Department of Engineering Technology Engineering Technology Brownsville (TX) – October 16 2002 Brownsville (TX) – October 16 2002
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Department of Engineering Technology Department of Engineering Technology By Fabio Urbani - 10/8/2002 - 3 WHOAMI Ph.D. in Electronics Engineering (1997) His research interests are in the areas of microwave and millimeter wave components  including active antennas. In particular he has been working on electromagnetic  characterization of microwave electronic devices, on propagation and radiation on non  conventional media, on the solution of telegrapher’s equations for Non Uniform Transmission  Lines using Confluent Hypergeometric Functions and on the generalization of the Method of  Lines (MoL). BS Degree in Electronics Engineering (1994) MMIC circuit design Telecommunication Industry (1998-2002) Two year's experience in Project Management Two year's experience in Process Design Four year's experience in Pre Sales Technical Support Two year's experience in Systems Analysis Four year's experience as an Independent Engineering Consultant (1994-1998) Five year's experience as a Technical Lecturer (1989-1994)
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Department of Engineering Technology Department of Engineering Technology By Fabio Urbani - 10/8/2002 - 4 Summary Frequency Range Governing Equations Constitutive Relations Boundary Conditions Technology Application Areas Advanced Research
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Department of Engineering Technology Department of Engineering Technology By Fabio Urbani - 10/8/2002 - 5 Frequency Range 300 MHz to 30 GHz Wavelength: 1m to 1cm r f c ε λ= Frequency Range Governing Equations Constitutive Relations Boundary Conditions Technology Application Areas Advanced Research Millimetric Waves (up to 300 GHz) Wavelength: up to 10 mm
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Department of Engineering Technology Department of Engineering Technology By Fabio Urbani - 10/8/2002 - 6 Microwave Engineering From 1 to 100 GHz From 30 cm to 3 mm r f c ε λ= Frequency Range Governing Equations Constitutive Relations Boundary Conditions Technology Application Areas Advanced Research
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Department of Engineering Technology Department of Engineering Technology By Fabio Urbani - 10/8/2002 - 7 Frequency Effects Propagation time for electrical effects is  comparable  with the period of oscillating  currents and charges in the system Frequency Range Governing Equations Constitutive Relations Boundary Conditions Technology Application Areas Advanced Research
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