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An excellent resource for engineers and engineering students alike, this practical design guide offers you a comprehensive overview of the most important aspects and components of radio frequency equipment and systems. The book applies theoretical fundamentals to real-world issues, extensively using examples from recent design projects. You learn how to configure an effective receiver and transmitter architectures from commercial blocks, determine the most efficient ways of circumventing wave propagation problems in a real network, assemble a reliable test environment for an RF project, and make a design survive in the real operating environment. Moreover, this handy reference shows you how to design a small instrumentation radar system and an airborne telemetry system. Other key discussions include circuits and components for system evaluations and design, RF measurement instrumentation, antennas and associated hardware, and guidelines for purchasing test equipment. The book also serves as a valuable on-the-job training resource for sales engineers and a graduate-level text for courses in this area.
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