LinkedIn Facebook twitter home page

Advanced Search

Change Location

Artech House USA
Radio Frequency System Architecture and Design

Radio Frequency System Architecture and Design

Copyright: 2013
Pages: 318
ISBN: 9781608075386

eBook $164.00 Qty:
Communication devices such as smart phones, GPS systems, and Bluetooth, are now part of our daily lives more than ever before. As our communication equipment becomes more sophisticated, so do the radios and other hardware required to enable that technology. Common radio architectures are required to make this technology work seamlessly. This resource describes practical aspects of radio frequency communications systems design, bridging the gap between system-level design considerations and circuit-level design specifications. Industry experts not only provide detailed calculations and theory to determine block level specifications, but also discuss basic theory and operational concepts. This resource also includes extensive, up-to-date application examples.
Introduction to RF Systems Design -Introduction. What is a Radio and Why Do We Need One? The Radio Spectrum. A Communication Device. Baseband Signal Processing Versus RFIC Design. Overview. ; AnIntroduction to Communication Systems - A Simple Digital Communication System. Basic Modulation Schemes. Signal Models. System Model. Probability of Error Analysis. Signal Spectral Density. Wireless Channel Models. Advanced Communication Techniques. Summary. ; Basic RF Design Concepts and Building Blocks -Introduction. Gain. Noise. Linearity and Distortion in RF Circuits. Basic RF Building Blocks. ; System-Level Architecture -Introduction. Superheterodyne Transceivers. Direct Conversion Transceivers. Offset Phase Locked Loop (PLL) Transmitters. Low IF Transceiver. Sliding IF Transceiver. An Upconversion-Downconversion Receiver Architecture. Coherent Versus Noncoherent Receivers. Image Rejecting/Sideband Suppression Architectures. An Alternative Single-Sideband Mixer. Image Rejection with Amplitude and Phase Mismatch. LO Generation. Channel Selection at RF. Transmitter Linearity Techniques. Multiple-Input Multiple-Output (MIMO) Radio Architectures. ; System-Level Design Considerations -Introduction. The Noise Figure of Components in Series. The Linearity of Components in Series. Dynamic Range. Image Signals and Image Reject Filtering. Blockers and Blocker Filtering. The Effect of Phase Noise and LO Spurs on SNR in a Receiver. DC Offset. Second-Order Nonlinearity Issues. Automatic Gain Control Issues. Frequency Planning Issues. EVM in Transmitters Including Phase Noise, Linearity, IQ Mismatch, EVM with OFDM Waveforms, and Nonlinearity. Adjacent Channel Power. Important Considerations in Analog-to-Digital Converters (ADC) and Digital-to-Analog Converters (DAC). ADC and DAC Basics. ; Frequency Synthesis -Introduction. Integer-N PLL Synthesizers. PLL Components. Continuous-Time Analysis for PLL Synthesizers. Discrete Time Analysis for PLL Synthesizers. Transient Behavior of PLLs. Reference Feedthrough. Fractional-N Frequency Synthesizers. All-Digital Phase Locked Loops. ; Block-Level Radio Design Examples - An IEEE 802.11n Transceiver for the 5-GHz Band. A Basic GPS Receiver Design. ;
  • Ian Marsland Ian Marsland is an associate professor in the department of systems and computer engineering at Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada. He earned his Ph.D. in electrical engineering from University of British Columbia.
  • Calvin Plett Calvin Plett is a professor and chair member of the department of electronics at Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada. He earned his Ph.D. in electrical engineering from Carleton University.
  • John W.M. Rogers John W. M. Rogers is an associate professor of engineering at Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada. He earned his Ph.D. in electrical engineering from Carleton University.
Newsletter Signup


© 2018 Artech House