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"If you're an electrical engineer, this book brings together all the RF design principles you need to know to participate in the wireless revolution. It covers a wide range of issues relevant to today's advanced RF integrated circuits and systems - the technology at the heart of wireless phones, pagers, home satellite networks, cable modems, and other revolutionary products." "RF Microelectronics begins with a thorough introduction to the fundamental concepts of RF design, including nonlinearity, interference, and noise. It then moves to the system level, introducing modulation and multiple access techniques and reviewing current wireless standards such as CDMA, TDMA, AMPS, and GSM. Next, the book describes transceiver architectures, emphasizing their advantages and drawbacks with respect to monolithic integration and presenting case studies for each."--BOOK JACKET. Read more... 1. Introduction to RF and Wireless Technology -- 2. Basic Concepts in RF Design -- 3. Modulation and Detection -- 4. Multiple Access Techniques and Wireless Standards -- 5. Transceiver Architectures -- 6. Low-Noise Amplifiers and Mixers -- 7. Oscillators -- 8. Frequency Synthesizers -- 9. Power Amplifiers
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Behzad Razavi (Persian: بهزاد رضوی) is an Iranian-American professor and researcher of electrical and electronic engineering.
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