RF Microelectronics / Edition 1

RF Microelectronics / Edition 1

by Behzad Razavi, Razavi Behzad
     
 

ISBN-10: 0138875715

ISBN-13: 9780138875718

Pub. Date: 11/06/1997

Publisher: Prentice Hall

This book is designed to give electrical engineers the RF microelectronics background they need to design state-of-the-art consumer electronics and communications devices. RF Microelectronics begins with a thorough introduction to the fundamental concepts of RF design, including nonlinearity, interference and noise. It reviews modulation and detection theory; multiple

Overview

This book is designed to give electrical engineers the RF microelectronics background they need to design state-of-the-art consumer electronics and communications devices. RF Microelectronics begins with a thorough introduction to the fundamental concepts of RF design, including nonlinearity, interference and noise. It reviews modulation and detection theory; multiple access techniques, and current wireless standards -- including CDMA, TDMA, AMPS and GSM. It presents case studies of transceiver architectures designed by several leading manufacturers. Finally, it offers detailed explanations of low-noise amplifiers, mixers and oscillators; frequency synthesizers and power amplifiers. For electrical engineers working in the communications fields, especially those involved with wireless technology. Also for graduate students.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780138875718
Publisher:
Prentice Hall
Publication date:
11/06/1997
Series:
Prentice Hall Communications Engineering and Emerging Technologies Series
Edition description:
New Edition
Pages:
352
Product dimensions:
7.24(w) x 9.54(h) x 0.94(d)

Table of Contents

1. Introduction to RF and Wireless Technology.
Complexity Comparison. Design Bottleneck. Applications. Analog and Digital Systems. Choice of Technology. References.

2. Basic Concepts in RF Design.
Nonlinearity and Time Variance. Intersymbol Interference. Random Processes and Noise. Sensitivity and Dynamic Range. Passive Impedance Transformation. References.

3. Modulation and Detection.
General Considerations. Analog Modulation. Digital Modulation. Power Efficiency of Modulation Schemes. Noncoherent Detection. References.

4. Multiple Access Techniques and Wireless Standards.
Mobile RF Communications. Multiple Access Techniques. Wireless Standards. References.

5. Transceiver Architectures.
General Considerations. Receiver Architectures. Transmitter Architectures. Transceiver Performance Tests. Case Studies. References.

6. Low-Noise Amplifiers and Mixers.
Low-Noise Amplifiers. Down conversion Mixers. Cascaded Stages Revisited. References.

7. Oscillators.
General Considerations. Basic LC Oscillator Topologies. Voltage-Controlled Oscillators. Phase Noise. Bipolar and CMOS LC Oscillators. Monolithic Inductors. Resonatorless VCOs. Quadrature Signal Generation. Single-Sideband Generation. References.

8. Frequency Synthesizers.
GeneralConsiderations. Phase-Locked Loops. RF Synthesizer Architectures. Frequency Dividers. References.

9. Power Amplifiers.
General Considerations. Classification of Power Amplifiers. High-Efficiency Power Amplifiers. Large-Signal Impedance Matching. Linearization Techniques. Design Examples.

References.

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