Wireless LAN Radios: System Definition to Transistor Design

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John Wiley & Sons, Dec 14, 2007 - Technology & Engineering - 256 pages
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Wireless LAN Radios presents a sophisticated overview of the subject, covering theory while also emphasizing the practical aspects of this promising technology. Coverage includes 802.11 flavors and system requirements; receiver and transmitter radio architectures; analog impairments and issues; key radio building blocks; calibration techniques; case studies; and a brief discussion of 802.11n. It offers a meaningful presentation of real-world issues facing designers, engineers, theorists, and researchers working in this industry.
 

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Contents

CHAPTER 1 80211 Flavors and System Requirements
1
CHAPTER 2 Radio Receiver and Transmitter Architectures
43
CHAPTER 3 Analog Impairments and Issues
73
CHAPTER 4 Some Key Radio Building Blocks
137
CHAPTER 5 Calibration Techniques
161
CHAPTER 6 Case Studies
179
CHAPTER 7 Brief Discussion Of 80211n and Concluding Remarks
197
References
221
Annotated Bibliography
223
Index
233
About the Author
241
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Arya Behzad is currently a Broadcom Distinguished Engineer, where he is the Director of Engineering working on radios for current and future generation wireless products and Product Line Manager for all wireless LAN radio products. This book and his IEEE Expert Now course on wireless LAN radio design are both derived from his popular course on this topic at the IEEE ISSCC.

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