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Microwave and RF Design of Wireless Systems

ISBN-10: 0471322822
ISBN-13: 9780471322825
Edition: 2001
Authors: David M. Pozar
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Description: This volume offers a quantitative and design-oriented presentation of the analogue RF aspects of modern wireless telecommunications and data transmission systems, from the antenna to the baseband level.

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List price: $241.95
Copyright year: 2001
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated
Publication date: 11/17/2000
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 384
Size: 7.00" wide x 10.00" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.980
Language: English

This volume offers a quantitative and design-oriented presentation of the analogue RF aspects of modern wireless telecommunications and data transmission systems, from the antenna to the baseband level.

David Pozar is a professor of electrical and computer engineering at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, where he has worked since 1980. Pozar has written numerous books on the topic of microwave engineering such as Microwave Engineering (1997) and Antenna Design Using Personal Computers (1985). Pozar attended the University of Akron, earning both a BS and an MS in Electrical Engineering. He received his Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from The Ohio State University in 1980. He is active in the IEEE Association and has won several awards from them for outstanding contributions. He has also received an outstanding senior faculty award and a R.W.P. King Best Paper award, among others. An active speaker at trade meetings worldwide, Pozar is also interested in fine woodworking and has created reproductions of antique furniture. He is married and has two children.

Introduction to Wireless Systems
Wireless Systems and Markets
Classification of Wireless Systems
Cellular Telephone Systems
Personal Communications Systems
Satellite Systems for Wireless Voice and Data
Global Positioning Satellite System
Wireless Local Area Networks
Other Wirless Systems
Design and Performance Issues
Choice of Operating Frequency
Multiple Access and Duplexing
Circuit Switching versus Packet Switching
Radiated Power and Safety
Other Issues
Introduction to Wireless System Components
Basic Radio System
Baseband Processing
Cellular Telephone Systems and Standards
Cellular and the Public Switched Telephone Network
AMPS Cellular Telephone System
Digital Personal Communications System Standards
Transmission Lines and Microwave Networks
Transmission Lines
Lumped Element Model for a Transmission Line
Wave Propagation on a Transmission Line
Lossless Transmission Lines
Terminated Transmission Lines
Special Cases of Terminated Transmission Lines
Generator and Load Mismatches
The Smith Chart
Derivation of the Smith Chart
Basic Smith Chart Operations
Using The Admittance Smith Chart
Microwave Network Analysis
Impedance and Admittance Matrices
The Scattering Matrix
The Transmission (ABCD) Matrix
Impedance Matching
The Quarter-Wave Transformer
Matching Using L-Sections
Single-Stub Tuning
Noise and Distortion in Microwave Systems
Review of Random Processes
Probability and Random Variables
The Cumulative Distribution Function
The Probability Density Function
Some Important Probability Density Functions
Expected Values
Autocorrelation and Power Spectral Density
Thermal Noise
Noise Voltage and Power
Noise in Linear Systems
Autocorrelation and Power Spectral Density in Linear Systems
Gaussian White Noise through an Ideal Low-pass Filter
Gaussian White Noise through an Ideal Integrator
Mixing of Noise
Narrowband Representation of Noise
Basic Threshold Detection
Probability of Error
Noise Temperature and Noise Figure
Equivalent Noise Temperature
Measurement of Noise Temperature
Noise Figure
Noise Figure of a Lossy Line
Noise Figure of Cascaded Components
Noise Figure of Passive Networks
Noise Figure of a Passive Two-port Network
Application to a Mismatched Lossy Line
Application to a Wilkinson Power Divider
Dynamic Range and Intermodulation Distortion
Gain Compression
Intermodulation Distortion
Third-Order Intercept Point
Dynamic Range
Intercept Point of Cascaded Components
Passive Intermodulation
Antennas and Propagation for Wireless Systems
Antenna System Parameters
Fields and Power Radiated by an Antenna
Far-Field Distance
Radiation Intensity
Radiation Patterns
Radiation Efficiency
Aperture Efficiency
Effective Area
Antenna Polarization
The Friis Equation
The Friis Equation
Effective Isotropic Radiated Power
Impedance Mismatch
Polarization Mismatch
Equivalent Circuits for Transmit and Receive Antennas
Antenna Noise Temperature
Background and Brightness Temperature
Antenna Noise Temperature
Basic Practical Antennas
Electrically Small Dipole Antenna
Half-Wave Dipole Antenna
Monopole Antenna
Sleeve Monopole Antenna
Electrically Small Loop Antenna
Free-space Propagation
Ground Reflections
Path Loss for Ground Reflections
Realistic Path Loss
Rayleigh Fading
Filter Design by the Insertion Loss Method
Characterization by Power Loss Ratio
Maximally Flat Low-Pass Filter Prototype
Equal-Ripple Low-Pass Filter Prototype
Linear Phase Low-Pass Filter Prototype
Filter Scaling and Transformation
Impedance Scaling
Frequency scaling for low-pass filters
Low-pass to High-pass Transformation
Bandpass and Bandstop Transformation
Low-Pass and High-Pass Filters Using Transmission Line Stubs
Richard's Transformation
Kuroda's Identities
Stepped-Impedance Low-Pass Filters
Approximate Equivalent Circuits for Short Transmission Line Sections
Bandpass Filters Using Transmission Line Resonators
Impedance and Admittance Inverters
Bandpass Filters Using Quarter-Wave Coupled Quarter-Wave Resonators
Bandpass Filters Using Capacitively Coupled Quarter-Wave Resonators
FET and Bipolar Transistor Models
Field Effect Transistors
Bipolar Transistors
Two-port Power Gains
Definitions of Two-Port Power Gains
Special Cases
Further Discussion of Two-Port Power Gains
Stability Circles
Tests for Unconditional Stability
Amplifier Design Using S Parameters
Design for Maximum Gain
Maximum Stable Gain
Constant Gain Circles and Design for Specified Gain
Low-noise Amplifier Design
Power Amplifiers
Characteristics of Power Amplifiers and Amplifier Classes
Large-Signal Characterization of Transistors
Design of Class A Power Amplifiers
Mixer Characteristics
Frequency Conversion
Image Frequency
Conversion Loss
Noise Figure
Intermodulation Distortion
Diode Mixers
Small-Signal Diode Characteristics
Single-Ended Mixer
Large-Signal Model
Switching Model
FET Mixers
Single-Ended FET Mixer
Other FET Mixers
Other Mixer Circuits
Balanced Mixers
Small-Signal Analysis of the Balanced Mixer
Image Reject Mixer
Transistor Oscillators and Frequency Synthesizers
Radio Frequency Oscillators
General Analysis
Oscillators Using a Common Emitter BJT
Oscillators Using a Common Gate FET
Practical Considerations
Crystal Oscillators
Voltage-Controlled Oscillators
Microwave Oscillators
Negative Resistance Oscillators
Transistor Oscillators
Dielectric Resonator Oscillators
Frequency Synthesis Methods
Direct Synthesis
Digital Look-up Synthesis
Phase-Locked Loops
Practical Synthesizer Circuits
Fractional-N Phase-Locked Loops
Phase-Locked Loop Analysis
Phase Detectors
Transfer Function for the Voltage-Controlled Oscillator
Analysis of Linearized Phase-Locked Loop
First-Order Loop
Second-Order Loop
Oscillator Phase Noise
Representation of Phase Noise
Leeson's Model for Oscillator Phase Noise
Effect of Phase Noise on Receiver Performance
Modulation Techniques
Analog Modulation
Single-Sideband Modulation
Double-Sideband Suppressed-Carrier Modulation
Double-Sideband Large-Carrier Modulation
Envelope Detection of Double-Sideband Modulation
Frequency Modulation
Binary Digital Modulation
Binary Signals
Amplitude Shift Keying
Frequency Shift Keying
Phase Shift Keying
Carrier Synchronization
Error Probabilities for Binary Modulation
PCM Signals and Detectors
Synchronous ASK
Synchronous PSK
Synchronous FSK
Envelope Detection of ASK
Envelope Detection of FSK
Bit Rate and Bandwidth Efficiency
Comparison of ASK, FSK, and PSK Systems
Effect of Rayleigh Fading on Bit Error Rates
Effect of Rayleigh Fading on Coherent PSK
Effect of Rayleigh Fading on Noncoherent FSK
Comparison of Faded and Nonfaded Error Rates
M-ary Digital Modulation
Quadrature Phase Shift Keying
Probability of Error for QPSK
M-ary Phase Shift Keying
Quadrature Amplitude Modulation
Channel Capacity
Receiver Design
Receiver Architectures
Receiver Requirements
Tuned Radio Frequency Receiver
Direct Conversion Receiver
Superheterodyne Receiver
Dynamic Range
Minimum Detectable Signal
Dynamic Range
Automatic Gain Control
Compression and Third-order Intermodulation
Frequency Conversion and Filtering
Selection of IF Frequency
Spurious-free Range
Examples of Practical Receivers
FM Broadcast Receiver
Digital Cellular Receiver
Millimeter Wave Point-to-Point Radio Receiver
Direct-Conversion GSM Receiver
Wireless System Frequency Bands
Useful Mathematical Results
Fourier and Laplace Transforms
The Complementary Error Function
Chebyshev Polynomials
Decibels and Nepers

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