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- RF Systems, Circuits and Components
- RF Systems, Components, and Circuits Handbook, Second Edition 1596930101 PDF Version
This comprehensive resource explains the theory of RF circuits and systems and the practice of designing them. The fundamentals for linear and low noise amplifier designs, including the S and noise parameters and their applications in amplifier designs and matching network designs using the Smith chart are covered. Theories of RF power amplifiers and high efficiency power amplifiers are also explained.
RF Systems, Circuits and Components
Electromagnetic waves are generated when charged particles that are moving through a conductor experience acceleration. This may seem like a rather dull scientific statement, but engineers have transformed this phenomenon into a means of utterly transforming human life. From the first successful radio transmissions of the s to the sophisticated digital modulation systems of the twenty-first century, wireless communication has been an important and enduring manifestation of our relentless improvements in electronic technology. Furthermore, what was once found primarily in specialized applications has expanded into almost every aspect of our daily lives; radio-frequency communication has truly become an ubiquitous feature of modern society. It is often difficult for us to imagine how people ever survived without cell phones, GPS systems, and wireless Internet access! The analysis and design of radio-frequency RF circuits can be quite complex, and real-life RF devices often behave in ways that are difficult to predict.
When we think of electricity, we naturally think of wires. From high-voltage transmission lines to tiny traces on a printed circuit board, wires are still the fundamental means of transferring electrical energy from one location to another. But history has consistently demonstrated that human beings are rarely, if ever, satisfied with the fundamental way of doing things, and thus we should not be surprised to learn that the proliferation of electricity was followed by widespread efforts to free electrical functionality from the constraints of physical interconnections. One of these is the use of electromagnetic radiation, which is the basis for RF communication. Anything that can travel through a nonconductive material—mechanical motion, sound waves, heat—could be used as a perhaps crude means of converting electrical energy into information that does not rely on conductive interconnections. With this in mind, we can ask ourselves the more relevant questions: Why is electromagnetic radiation the preferred method?
RF Systems, Components, and Circuits Handbook, Second Edition 1596930101 PDF Version
The increased popularity and easy operation of RF devices for different end users and corporate applications such as RFID, Bluetooth, Zigbee and Wi-Fi devices and sensors have raised the demand for small power and less off-chip components th The increased popularity and easy operation of RF devices for different end users and corporate applications such as RFID, Bluetooth, Zigbee and Wi-Fi devices and sensors have raised the demand for small power and less off-chip components that tend to achieve integrated circuits with added security and convenience. Concurrent technologies allow the scientists to reinvent low-power, high-performance and reliable RF systems, circuits and components for many home and commercial applications. The features of RF systems, circuits and components are still being researched and integrated in existing systems to create marketable and potential new RF products for more exciting applications. By Loubna Berrich and Lahbib Zenkouar. By Mikhail E. This is made possible by the EU reverse charge method.
Written in English. Components, and Circuits Handbook, offers professionals a comprehensive, one-stop resource on the latest developments, key technologies, and applications of radio frequency RF engineering. This informative but easy writing style enables the knowledgeable reader to not only learn a lot of additional material but also use the text as a Cited by: This extensively revised and updated edition of the Artech House classic, RF Systems. RF systems, components, and circuits handbook.
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