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Author Luzzatto, Ariel.

Title Wireless transceiver design : mastering the design of modern wireless equipment and systems / Ariel Luzzatto and Gadi Shirazi
Published Chichester, England ; Hoboken, NJ : John Wiley & Sons, [2007]
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Description 1 online resource (xx, 265 pages) : illustrations
Contents Cover Contents Preface About the Authors Abbreviations 1 Modern Transceiver Architectures 1.1 Overview 1.2 Receiver Architectures 1.2.1 Superheterodyne Receiver (SHR) 1.2.2 Direct Conversion Receiver (DCR) 1.2.3 Very Low IF Receiver (VLIF) 1.3 Transmitter Architectures 1.3.1 Two-Step Conversion Transmitter (TSCT) 1.3.2 Direct Launch Transmitter (DLT) 1.3.3 Direct FM Transmitter (DFMT) 1.3.4 Dual-Port Direct FM Transmitter (DDFMT) 1.4 Transceiver Architectures 1.4.1 Full-Duplex CDMA/FDMA Architectures 1.4.2 Half-Duplex/TDMA Architectures 1.4.3 Simplex/TDD Architectures 1.4.4 Ultra-Wideband (UWB) Systems 2 Receiving Systems 2.1 Sensitivity 2.1.1 Computation of Sensitivity 2.1.2 Measurement of Sensitivity 2.2 Co-Channel Rejection 2.2.1 Computation of Co-Channel Rejection 2.2.2 Measurement of Co-Channel Rejection 2.3 Selectivity 2.3.1 Computation of Selectivity 2.3.2 Measurement of Selectivity 2.4 Intermodulation Rejection 2.4.1 Computation of Intermodulation Rejection 2.4.2 Measurement of Intermodulation Rejection 2.5 Half-IF Rejection 2.5.1 Computation of Half-IF Rejection 2.5.2 Measurement of Half-IF Rejection 2.6 Image Rejection 2.6.1 Computation of Image Rejection 2.6.2 Measurement of Image Rejection 2.7 Second-Order Distortion Rejection 2.7.1 Computation of Second-Order Distortion Rejection 2.7.2 Measurement of Second-Order Distortion Rejection 2.8 Blocking 2.8.1 Computation of Blocking 2.8.2 Measurement of Blocking 2.9 Dynamic Range 2.9.1 Computation of Dynamic Range 2.9.2 Measurement of Dynamic Range 2.10 Duplex Desense 2.10.1 Computation of Duplex Desense 2.10.2 Measurement of Duplex Desense 2.11 Duplex-Image Rejection 2.11.1 Computation of Duplex-Image Rejection 2.11.2 Measurement of Duplex-Image Rejection 2.12 Half-Duplex Spur 2.13 Phantom-Duplex Spurs 2.14 Conducted and Radiated Spurs 3 Transmitting Systems 3.1 Peak-to-Average Power Ratio (PAPR) 3.1.1 Computation of PAPR for Quasi-Static RF Signals 3.1.2 Measurement of PAPR 3.2 Effects of Nonlinearity in RF Power Amplifiers 3.2.1 Analytic Models for PA Nonlinearity 3.2.2 Effects of PA Nonlinearity on Digital Modulation 3.2.3 Effects of PA Nonlinearity on Spectral Shape 3.2.4 A Tight Bound for Spectral Regrowth 3.3 Characterization of PA Nonlinearity 3.3.1 Intermodulation Distortion (IMD) 3.3.2 Error Vector Magnitude (EVM) 3.3.3 Adjacent Coupled Power Ratio (ACPR) 3.3.4 Spectral Mask 3.4 PA Efficiency 3.5 Transmitter Transients 3.5.1 Attack Time 3.5.2 Frequency Shift Upon Keying 3.6 Conducted and Radiated Emission 3.6.1 Conducted Spurs 3.6.2 Back Intermodulation 3.6.3 Radiated Spurs 3.7 Enhancement Techniques 3.7.1 Linearization Techniques 3.7.2 Envelope-Tracking Supply 4 Synthesizers 4.1 Synthesizer Architectures 4.2 Fractional-N Outlook 4.3 Fractional-N Theory 4.3.1 Dual-Count Fractional-N 4.3.2 First-Order Sigma-Delta Fractional-N 4.4 Multi Stage Noise Shaping (MASH) Architecture 4.4.1 Stage One 4.4.2 Stage Two 4.4.3 Stage Three 4.5 MASH Noise Analysis 4.5.1 Pseudorandom Sequence Bounds 4.6 Analog Sigma-Delta A/D Converter 4.7 Review of PLL Fundamentals 4.7.1 Basic Integer-N Configuration 4.7.2 Integer-N Transient Analysis 4.7.3 Integer-N Lock Time Analysis 4.7.4 Phase-Frequency Detector 4.8 Extension of PLL Fundamentals to Fractional-N 4.9 Measurement of Synthesizers 4.9.1 Lock Time 4.9.2 Frequency Accuracy and Stability 4.9.3 Reference Spurs 5 Oscillators 5.1 Low-Power Self-Limiting Oscillators 5.2 Feedback Network Design 5.3 Noisy Oscillator Leeson s Equation 5.4 Bipolar Oscillators 5.4.1 Non-Saturating Bipolar Theory 5.4.2 Detailed Bipolar VCO Design 5.5 Crystal Oscillators
Summary "This book will enable readers to fully understand the specifications that characterize the performance of modern wireless modems and transceivers as a whole system, learn how to measure each one of them, and discover how they depend on (one or more) components and subsystems in the various architectures of widespread use. It discusses the important figures related to off-the-shelf radio-frequency and baseband super-components and explains how to measure them to fully evaluate applicability and limitations."--Jacket
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 257-259) and index
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Subject Radio -- Transmitter-receivers.
Form Electronic book
Author Shirazi, Gadi.
ISBN 0470060808 (electronic bk.)
9780470060803 (electronic bk.)