The course objective is to teach methods commonly used in the microwave community for empirical device modeling, i.e. for development of small- and large signal models from measurements and physical understanding of dominant device mechanisms.
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- C. Fager, "Microwave FET modeling and applications," Ph.D. thesis, Chalmers, 2001
- M. Garcia, "Experimentally based HFET modeling for microwave and millimeter wave applications," Ph.D. thesis, Chalmers, 1998
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Examinator: Christian Fager / firstname.lastname@example.org