Wireless LAN Radios: System Definition to Transistor Design
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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CHAPTER 1 80211 Flavors and System Requirements
CHAPTER 2 Radio Receiver and Transmitter Architectures
CHAPTER 3 Analog Impairments and Issues
CHAPTER 4 Some Key Radio Building Blocks
CHAPTER 5 Calibration Techniques
CHAPTER 6 Case Studies
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