1994 - IEEE Fellow For fundamental contributions to noise analysis and low-noise optimization of linear electronic circuits with general topology.
His primary areas of study are Electronic engineering, Electromagnetic interference, Electrical engineering, Electromagnetic field and Mathematical analysis. Peter Russer has included themes like Electronic circuit, Transmission line, Frequency domain, Signal processing and Noise measurement in his Electronic engineering study. He combines subjects such as Cutoff frequency, Microstrip, Optics and Topology with his study of Transmission line.
His Electromagnetic interference research incorporates elements of Time domain, System of measurement, Digital signal processing and Electromagnetic compatibility. The various areas that Peter Russer examines in his Electromagnetic field study include Field, Matrix and Numerical analysis. His research integrates issues of S-matrix theory, Finite-difference time-domain method and Nonlinear system in his study of Mathematical analysis.
Electronic engineering, Electrical engineering, Time domain, Optics and Transmission line are his primary areas of study. His Electronic engineering research includes elements of Equivalent circuit, Electronic circuit, Electromagnetic field and Antenna. He interconnects Field, Mathematical analysis, Cross-correlation and Near and far field in the investigation of issues within Electromagnetic field.
His Electrical engineering research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Wireless and Optoelectronics. His work carried out in the field of Time domain brings together such families of science as Acoustics, Detector, EMI, Frequency domain and System of measurement. His Transmission line research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Matrix and Topology.
Peter Russer mostly deals with Electronic engineering, Electromagnetic field, Electrical engineering, Electromagnetic interference and EMI. His Electronic engineering research includes themes of Electronic circuit, Wireless power transfer, Equivalent circuit, Network model and Antenna. His study in Electromagnetic field is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Near and far field, Mathematical analysis, Cross-correlation, Field and Cyclostationary process.
The concepts of his Electrical engineering study are interwoven with issues in Wireless and Maximum power transfer theorem. His Electromagnetic interference study combines topics in areas such as Time domain, Electromagnetic compatibility, Noise floor and Optics. His EMI study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Acoustics, System of measurement and Signal.
His primary areas of investigation include Electronic engineering, Electromagnetic field, Electrical engineering, Near and far field and Field. The study incorporates disciplines such as Wireless power transfer, Equivalent circuit, Noise measurement, Noise floor and Antenna in addition to Electronic engineering. The various areas that Peter Russer examines in his Electromagnetic field study include Electromagnetic interference, Statistical physics, Optics and Cross-correlation.
His work in the fields of EMI overlaps with other areas such as Autocorrelation. His work carried out in the field of Electrical engineering brings together such families of science as Wireless and Microwave. The Near and far field study combines topics in areas such as Acoustics, Optical field, Computational electromagnetics and Cyclostationary process.
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An efficient method for computer aided noise analysis of linear amplifier networks
H. Hillbrand;P. Russer.
IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems (1976)
Influence of Microwave Radiation on Current‐Voltage Characteristic of Superconducting Weak Links
Journal of Applied Physics (1972)
Electromagnetics, Microwave Circuit, and Antenna Design for Communications Engineering
A field theoretical derivation of TLM
M. Krumpholz;P. Russer.
IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques (1994)
Signal processing for wideband smart antenna array applications
IEEE Microwave Magazine (2004)
Si and SiGe millimeter-wave integrated circuits
IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques (1998)
Full-wave modeling and automatic equivalent-circuit generation of millimeter-wave planar and multilayer structures
T. Mangold;P. Russer.
IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques (1999)
Minimizing the Noise Penalty Due to Mutual Coupling for a Receiving Array
K.F. Warnick;B. Woestenburg;L. Belostotski;P. Russer.
IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation (2009)
Low-noise fiber-optic rotation sensing
K Böhm;P Russer;E Weidel;R Ulrich.
Optics Letters (1981)
Silicon High Resistivity Substrate Millimeter-Wave Technology
J. Buechler;E. Kasper;P. Russer;K.M. Strohm.
IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques (1986)
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