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Artech House UK
Telecommunication Electronics

Telecommunication Electronics

Copyright: 2020
Pages: 260
ISBN: 9781630817367
Coming Soon: Available 03/31/2020
List Price: £155.00

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This practical, hands-on resource describes functional units and circuits of telecommunication systems. The functions characterizing these systems, including RF amplifiers (both low noise and power amplifiers), signal sources, mixers and phase lock loops, are explored from an operational level viewpoint. And as all functions are migrating to digital implementations, this book describes functional units and circuits of telecommunication systems (with radio, wire, or optical links), from functional level viewpoint to the circuit details and examples. The structure of a radio transceiver is described and a view of all functional units, including migration to SDR (Software Defined Radio) is provided.

 

Chapters include a functional identification of the units described and analysis of possible circuit solutions and analysis of error sources. The sequence reflects the actual design procedure: functional identification, search and analysis of solutions, and critical review to provide an understanding of the various solutions and tradeoffs, with guidelines for design and/or selection of proper functional units.

Radio systems; Amplifiers; Mixers and special functions; Phase Lock Loops; Analog/Digital converters.
  • Vittorio Camarchia Vittorio Camarchia is an associate professor of electronics with the Electronics and Telecommunication Department, Politecnico di Torino, Turin, Italy. He received the Laurea degree in electronic engineering and his Ph. D. in electronic and communication engineering from Politecnico di Torino, Turin, Italy.
  • Roberto Quaglia Roberto Quaglia is a researcher at the Centere for High Frequency Engineering at Cardiff University. Previously he worked for Huawei Technologies in Milano, Italy as a MMIC designer for millimeter-wave radios. He received the Laurea degree and his Ph. D. from Politecnico di Torino, Turin, Italy.
  • Dante Del Corso

    was a professor of electronics at the Politecnico di Torino. He has authored over 170 papers and 8 books. He has carried out research and design activities on analog and digital circuits, multiprocessor architectures and buses, high speed interconnections, architectures for Artificial Neural Networks, aerospace electronic systems, and on methodologies for the development of interactive multimedia educational packages and was editor-in-chief of IEEE MICRO magazine.

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