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Radio Communications Concepts: Analog



Radio Communications Concepts: Analog

Ralph S. Carson

ISBN: 978-0-471-62169-0 January 1990 496 Pages


An introduction to radio communications applications of analog systems. This text/reference emphasizes those aspects of communication system design that allow technical specifications to be established for the radio circuitry, employing trigonometric methods from the outset. Introduces a system classification of fixed vs. time-varying, instantaneous vs. dynamic and linear vs. non-linear. General design of the analog receiving system is given priority.
Linear Mixing.

Nonlinear Mixing.

Noise I. Special Functions and Filters.

Amplitude-Modulation Processes.

Angle Modulation.

Noise II.

The Superheterodyne Radio Receiver.

Spurious Responses.

Intercept Points.