RF microelectronics

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Prentice Hall PTR, 1998 - Technology & Engineering - 335 pages
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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.

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User Review  - Sohaib - Goodreads

comprehensive book on RF microelectronics but not recommended for in-depth study. Read full review

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Not a very good book. He does not go into enough circuit detail to be helpful. Read full review

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About the author (1998)

BEHZAD RAZAVI, is Professor of Electrical Engineering at UCLA, where he conducts research on wireless transceivers, broadband data communications, and phenomena related to phase-locking. He is a Fellow of IEEE and an IEEE Distinguished Lecturer. He is the author of Principles of Data Conversion System Design, RF Microelectronics, and Design of Analog CMOS Integrated Circuits, and the editor of Monolithic Phase-Locked Loops and Clock Recovery Circuits