RF Circuit Design

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John Wiley & Sons, Oct 22, 2008 - Technology & Engineering - 700 pages
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A Must-Read for all RF/RFIC Circuit Designers

This book targets the four most difficult skills facing RF/RFIC designers today: impedance matching, RF/AC grounding, Six Sigma design, and RFIC technology. Unlike most books on the market, it presents readers with practical engineering design examples to explore how they're used to solve ever more complex problems. The content is divided into three key parts:

  • Individual RF block circuit design

  • Basic RF circuit design skills

  • RF system engineering

The author assumes a fundamental background in RF circuit design theory, and the goal of the book is to enable readers to master the correct methodology. The book includes treatment of special circuit topologies and introduces some useful schemes for simulation and layout.

This is a must-read for RF/RFIC circuit design engineers, system designers working with communication systems, and graduates and researchers in related fields.

 

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Contents

PART II DESIGN TECHNOLOGIES AND SCHEMES
323
PART III RF SYSTEM ANALYSIS
743

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About the author (2008)

Richard Chi-Hsi Li has designed RF/RFIC circuits at Motorola and other companies for more than twenty years. He has also taught a training course entitled "RF/RFIC Circuit Design."

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