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Fundamentals of RF Circuit Design: with Low Noise Oscillators

Fundamentals of RF Circuit Design: with Low Noise Oscillators

Jeremy Everard

ISBN: 978-0-471-49793-6 February 2001 310 Pages

 Hardcover

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$133.00

Description

The art of RF circuit design made simple.....
Radio Frequency circuits are the fundamental building blocks in a vast array of consumer electronics and wireless communication devices. Jeremy Everard's unique combination of theory and practice provides insight into the principles of operation, together with invaluable guidance to developing robust and long-lasting circuit designs.
Features include:
? Simplified approach to RF circuit theory and device modelling using algebraic approximations to illustrate the important underlying principles.
? A comprehensive design guide to low noise oscillators backed by a full theoretical treatment, based on the author's latest research, and including extensive design examples.
? Key concepts of broad and narrow band small signal amplifiers, mixers, and high-efficiency broadband power amplifier design.
? How to develop large signal circuit models with simulation and tuning in real time.
? Charts of performance parameters for RF chip components.
Advanced undergraduate and postgraduate students in RF and microwave circuit design will benefit from the practical and highly illustrative approach. Design and research engineers and industrial technical managers, will appreciate the basic and detailed theory, analysis, design and operation of RF and microwave circuits.
Preface.

Transistor and Component Models at Low and High Frequencies.

Two Port Network Parameters.

Small Signal Amplifier Design and Measurement.

Low Noise Oscillators.

Mixers.

Power Amplifiers.

'Real Time' Large Signal Modelling.

Index.
"A text explaining the building blocks used in designing radio frequency circuits...at the component and the intermediate block level." (SciTech Book News, Vol. 25, No. 4, December 2001)