Chapter 1: Introduction to RF electronics.Chapter 2: RF components and tuned circuits. Chapter 3: Variable capacitors in RF circuits. Chapter 4: Winding your own coils. Chapter 5: Radio receivers: Theory and projects. Chapter 6: Direct-conversion radio receivers. Chapter 7: RF amplifier and preselector circuits. Chapter 8: Building IF amplifiers. Chapter 9: Interpreting radio receiver specifications. Chapter 10: Building signal-generator and oscillator circuits. Chapter 11: RF directional couplers. Chapter 12: The RF hybrid coupler. Chapter 13: Build simple VLF radio receivers. Chapter 14: What's that mess coming from my receiver? Filtering circuits against EMI. Chapter 15: Measuring inductors and capacitors at RF frequencies. Chapter 16: Building and using the RF noise bridge. Chapter 17: Vectors for RF circuits. Chapter 18: Impedance matching: Methods and circuits. Chapter 19: Using the double-balanced mixer (DBM). Chapter 20: PIN diodes and their uses. Chapter 21: UHF and microwave diodes, transistors, and integrated circuits. Chapter 22: LC RF filter circuits. Chapter 23: Time-domain reflectometry on a budget. Chapter 24: Solving frequency drift problems. Chapter 25: The Smith chart. Chapter 26: Detector and demodulator circuits.
Secrets of RF Circuit Design / Edition 2by Joseph J. Carr
Pub. Date: 01/28/1997
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing
If you like hands-on electronics, you’ll love Secrets of RF Circuit Design, Third Edition, by Popular Electronics writer Joe Carr. This update of the favorite RF circuit guide of thousands of electronics enthusiasts takes you inside wireless technology with step-by-step, illustrated directions for dozens of usable
BUILD THE CIRCUITS THAT MAKE WIRELESS WORK
If you like hands-on electronics, you’ll love Secrets of RF Circuit Design, Third Edition, by Popular Electronics writer Joe Carr. This update of the favorite RF circuit guide of thousands of electronics enthusiasts takes you inside wireless technology with step-by-step, illustrated directions for dozens of usable projects. This super guide demonstrates RF theory as it shows you how to overcome the technical and materials challenges facing those who build real-world electronics. You learn how to design and build receiver circuits, RF bridges, amplifiers, receiver preselectors, simple spectrum analyzers, and time domain reflectometers. You get detailed insights into simple RF instruments, as well as UHF and microwave components…complete troubleshooting guidance…and handy parts lists and components sources. This new edition packs the latest information on directional and hybrid couplers, and seven new chapters on demodulators, circuit vectors, measuring L-C circuits, and filtering circuits against EMI.
“…a great book on wireless technology for persons starting out in RF electronics, as well as for RF technicians and ham radio operators.” ---Cotter W. Sayre, author of The Complete RF Technician’s Handbook (Amazon.com review)
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