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RF MEMS

Theory, Design, and Technology

by Gabriel M. Rebeiz

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Published by Wiley-Interscience .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Number of Pages350
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7613254M
ISBN 100471201693
ISBN 109780471201694

The RF-MEMS network is provided with two banks of reactive components, i.e. Metal-Insulator-Metal (MIM) capacitors, as visible in the upper part of figure (a), and in-air suspended inductors, as visible in the lower part of figure (a). These reactive elements are designed to be inserted both in series or shunt configuration on the. He has authored or coauthored over IEEE publications and authored the book RF MEMS: Theory, Design and Technology (Wiley, ). Dr. Rebeiz is also a member of the National Academy of Engineering. He has been a Distinguished Lecturer of the IEEE MTT-S, the IEEE Antennas and Propagation Society (AP-S), and the IEEE Solid-State Circuits Society.

Radio-frequency switches manufactured by microelectromechanical systems technology are now widely used in aerospace systems and other mobile installations for various purposes. In these operating conditions, these devices are often exposed to intense mechanical environmental influences that have a strong impact on their operation. These negative effects can lead to Author: Igor E. Lysenko, Alexey V. Tkachenko, Olga A. Ezhova, Boris G. Konoplev, Eugeny A. Ryndin, Elena V. This book acquaints readers with the basics of RF MEMs and describes how to design practical circuits and devices with them. The author, an acknowledged expert in the field, presents a range of real-world applications and shares many valuable tricks of the Range: $ - $

ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xvi, pages: illustrations (chiefly colour) ; 25 cm: Contents: PREFACE RF-MEMS APPLICATIONS AND THE STATE OF THE ART Introduction A Brief History of MEMS and RF-MEMS from the Perspective of Technology RF-MEMS Lumped Components RF-MEMS Complex Networks Modeling and . This book acquaints readers with the basics of RF MEMs and describes how to design practical circuits and devices with them. The author, an acknowledged expert in the field, presents a range of real-world applications and shares many valuable tricks of the trade/5(3).


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This book has quickly become the standard reference in the field of RF MEMS. It is the place to start when RF MEMS book at performance of RF MEMS technologies and circuits built using RF MEMS devices.

The focus is on device design and performance, with supporting material on 5/5(7). This book has quickly become the standard reference in the field of RF MEMS.

It is the place to start when looking at performance of RF MEMS technologies and circuits built using RF MEMS devices. The focus is on device design and performance, with supporting material on Cited by: This book acquaints readers with the basics of RF MEMs and describes how to design practical circuits and devices with them.

The author, an acknowledged expert in the field, presents a range of real-world applications and shares many valuable tricks of the trade. Despite the large number of possible RF MEMS realizations, all of them can be generally described by an equivalent mass-spring model (Pelesko and Bernstein, ).Figure shows such a model for the electrostatic case (Purtova, ).It consists of a pair of plates: one suspended in the air by a spring, and one fixed to a : T.

Purtova, H. Schumacher. But as the name implies, the book focuses on practical MEMS device design and analysis. The book covers MEMS sensors (accelerometers, pressure sensors, gyroscopes), sensor electronics, actuators (capacitive, thermal, and piezoelectric), RF MEMS, optical MEMS, and microfluidic systems.

In addition, the MEMS manufacturing economics is reviewed. Ultrasmall Radio Frequency and Micro-wave Microelectromechanical systems (RF MEMs), such as switches, varactors, and phase shifters, exhibit nearly zero power consumption or loss.

For this reason, they are being developed intensively by corporations worldwide for use in telecommunications equipment.

This book acquaints readers with the 5/5(2). Prototypical RF-MEMS devices, both including lumped components and complex networks, are presented at the beginning of the book as reference examples, and these are then discussed from different perspectives with regard to design, simulation, packaging, testing, and post-fabrication modeling.

This book sets out the basics of RF MEMS and describes how to design practical devices and circuits. As well as covering fundamentals, Gabriel Rebeiz offers expert tips for designers and presents a range of real-world applications.

This is the first comprehensive book to address the design of RF MEMS-based circuits for use in high performance wireless systems. A groundbreaking research and reference tool, the book enables you to understand the realm of applications of RF MEMS technology; become knowledgeable of the wide variety and performance levels of RF MEMS devices; and partition.

The Handbook of MEMS for wireless and mobile applications provides a comprehensive overview of radio frequency (RF) MEMS technologies and explores the use of these technologies over a wide range of application areas. Part one provides an introduction to the use of RF MEMS as an enabling technology for wireless applications.

RF MEMS theory, design, and technology [Book Review] Article (PDF Available) in IEEE Electrical Insulation Magazine 20(6) 65 December with 1, Reads How we. In contrast, MEMS for RF applications has been relatively slow to move out of the laboratory and into commercial products.

Indeed, the first RF MEMS papers started to appear over three decades ago. For example, a truly landmark paper was published on electrostatically actuated cantilever-type ohmic contact switches back in [1].

Commencing with a review of the characteristics of RF-MEMS in relation to 5G, the book proceeds to develop practical insight concerning the design and development of RF-MEMS including case studies of design concepts.

Including multiphysics simulation and animated figures, the book will be essential reading for both academic and industrial Cited by: 4. This book also: Presents RF Switches and switching circuit MEMS devices in a unified framework covering all aspects of engineering innovation, design, modeling, fabrication, control and experimental implementation -Discusses RF switch devices in detail, with both system and component-level circuit integration using micro- and nano-fabrication.

A comprehensive study on RF MEMS switch Article (PDF Available) in Microsystem Technologies 20(12) August with 3, Reads How we measure 'reads'. 1 Microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) and radio frequency MEMS 1 Introduction 1 MEMS 2 Microfabrications for MEMS 5 Bulk micromachining of silicon 5 Surface micromachining of silicon 8 Wafer bonding for MEMS 9 LIGA process 11 Micromachining of polymeric MEMS devices 13 Three-dimensional.

Practical MEMS: Analysis and design of microsystems, MEMS sensors, electronics, actuators, rf mems, optical mems, and microfluidic systems The Practical MEMS book focuses on analyzing the operational principles of microsystems.

The salient features of. Microelectromechanical Systems (MEMS) INTRODUCTION Microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) refer to a collection of microseconds and actuators that can sense its environment and have the ability to react to changes in that environment with the use of a microcircuit control.

They include, in addition to the conventional. A radio-frequency microelectromechanical system (RFMEMS) is a microelectromechanical system with electronic components comprising moving sub-millimeter-sized parts that provide radio-frequency (RF) functionality.

RF functionality can be implemented using a variety of RF technologies. Besides RF MEMS technology, III-V compound semiconductor (GaAs, GaN. This book also: Presents RF Switches and switching circuit MEMS devices in a unified framework covering all aspects of engineering innovation, design, modeling, fabrication, control and experimental implementation -Discusses RF switch devices in detail, with both system and component-level circuit integration using micro- and nano-fabrication Brand: Springer US.

The following books are referred to by many professors. Microsystem Design by Stephen D Senturia Fundamentals of Microfabrication by Marc Madou. The RF MEMS switches are frequently used in Microwave and Radio Frequency communication devices, such as transmitters and receivers, mode selection switch, antenna switch, switches are the unambiguous micro mechanical switches that are intended to operate at RF to mm wave frequencies, which mean to GHz.About this Item: Wiley-Interscience, Hoboken, NJ, Hardcover, [xx], pages.

Very Good condition. Size "x". "Ultrasmall Radio Frequency and Micro-wave Microelectromechanical systems (RF MEMs), such as switches, varactors, and phase shifters, exhibit nearly zero power consumption or loss.