RF and Microwave Circuit Design for Wireless Communications
Lawrence E. Larson
Artech House, 1996 - Technology & Engineering - 411 pages
RF and Microwave Circuit Design for Wireless Communications addresses the complicated modulation schemes and higher frequencies required of today's wireless communications circuits. Covering cutting-edge developments in mixer circuits, frequency synthesizers, amplifier design, noise, and the future of wireless communication, it helps you design applications for digital cellular telephony, wireless LANs, PCS, GaAs and high-speed silicon bipolar IC technology, and low-power RF circuit technology.
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amplitude analog applications balanced mixers balun band bandwidth baseband bipolar transistor bit error bit period block diagram BPSK capacitance carrier cellular telephone channel chip circuit design communication systems components configuration demodulator device digital communication diode diode mixer distortion drain dynamic range Electronics emitter feedback FET mixers frequency synthesizer front-end function GaAs gain gain-bandwidth gain-bandwidth product gate GMSK hybrid IEEE implementation inductors input impedance integrated intermodulation linear loop low-noise lowpass filter matching MESFET Microwave mixer MMIC Mobile noise figure nonlinear off-chip on-chip operation OQPSK oscillator output performance phase angle phase detector phase noise power amplifier power spectral density QPSK quadrature quadrature modulator radio receiver resistance resonator result shown in Figure sideband silicon bipolar spectrum spread-spectrum spurious responses symbol techniques transceiver transconductance transformer transmitted voltage waveform wireless communications