Microwave and RF Design of Wireless Systems – David M. Pozar – 1st Edition

Description

This offers a quantitative and -oriented presentation of the RF aspects of modern wireless telecommunications and data transmission systems from the antenna to the baseband level. It takes an integrated approach to topics such as antennas and proagation, systems and circuits and communication systems.

David Pozar, author of Microwave , Second Edition, has written a new text that introduces students to the field of wireless . This text offers a quantitative and, design-oriented presentation of the analog RF aspects of modern wireless telecommunications and data transmission systems from the antenna to the baseband level. Other topics include noise, intermodulation, dynamic range, aspects of antennas and filter design.

This unique text takes an integrated approach to topics usually offered in a variety of separate courses on topics such as antennas and proagation, microwave systems and circuits, and communication systems. This approach allows for a presentation of wireless telecommunications systems designs.

Table of Content


1. Introduction to Wireless Systems.
2. Transmission Lines and Microwave Networks.
3. Noise and Distortion in Microwave Systems.
4. Antennas and Propagation for Wireless Systems.
5. Filters.
6. Amplifiers.
7. Mixers.
8. Transistor Oscillators and Frequency Synthesizers.
9. Modulation Techniques.
10. Receiver Design.

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