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Gilmore R., Besser L. Practical RF Circuit Design for Modern Wireless Systems. Volume I. Passive Circuit and Systems

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Gilmore R., Besser L. Practical RF Circuit Design for Modern Wireless Systems. Volume I. Passive Circuit and Systems
Artech House, 2003. — 539 p. — ISBN 10: 1580535216. — ISBN-13 978-1580535212.
The first of a two-volume set, this leading-edge book takes a practical approach to RF circuit design, offering a complete understanding of the fundamental concepts you need to know and use for your work in this industry. The book lays the ground work for efficient RF circuit design in a step-by-step approach, by defining important principles and parameters and progressively introducing critical analytical tools. It helps you distinguish between RF and low frequency circuits, and offers a detailed look at a typical RF system. This is a tested and insightful book that contains answers to most of the questions practical engineers are asking. The first volume reviews various computer-aided simulation, synthesis, and optimization techniques used in modern RF and microwave design, and discusses the practical use of the graphical design tools, such as the Smith Chart.
Preface.
Introduction.
Defining RF.
Circuits and systems.
System specification.
System design.
Circuit design.
Wireless.
Conclusion.
Reference
.
RF circuit fundamentals.
Introduction.
The decibel scale.
Complex number review.
Normalization.
R-L-C voltage-current relationships.
Complex impedance and admittance systems.
Unloaded and loaded Q definitions.
Complex senes impedance of RF components.
Complex parallel admittance of RF components.
Series and parallel L-C resonant circuits.
Series and parallel conversions of lumped R-L-C networks.
One-port and multiport networks.
Importance of power transfer when cascading system components.
Importance of impedance matching.
RF components and related issues.
Lumped elements versus transmission lines.
Circuit parameten using wave relations.
Impedance transformation and matching.
Single-ended versus differential circuits.
Time domain versus frequency domain.
References.
Selected bibliography
.
The radio as typical RF system.
Receiver architecture.
Receiver characterization.
Analysis of a CDMA receiver handset.
Problems.
References
.
The Smith chart and S-parameters.
Introduction.
The Smith chart: a polar plot of reflection coefficient.
The admittance Smith chart.
Circuit manipulations using series and parallel.
The immitance (Z-Y) Smith chart.
Constant Q curves on the Smith chart.
Negative reactive elements.
Negative resistance and the extended Smith chart.
Transmission line manipulations on the Smith chart.
Matrix descriptions of networks.
The scattering (S) matrix.
The network analyzer.
S-parameter measurements.
Two-port gain expressions in terms of S-parameters.
Cascading two-ports with S-parameters.
Multiport S-parameters.
Generalized two-port S-parameters.
Mixed-mode S-parameters.
Summary.
References.
Selected bibliography
.
Impedance matching techniques.
The impedance match.
Transmission zero definitions.
Impedance matching into complex termination.
Impedance matching with uneven resistive terminations.
The Q matching technique with L-C sections.
Impedance matching of complex terminations.
Multisection impedance matching to increase bandwidth.
Multisection impedance matching to decrease bandwidth.
Impedance matching with transmission line components.
Impedance matching with transmission lines on the Smith chart.
Impedance matching of balanced circuits.
Answers to illustrative exercise of Section 5.2.1 (circuit 4).
Summary.
References.
Selected bibliography
.
CAE/CAD of linear RF/MW circuits.
Introduction.
Historical review.
Analysis versus synthesis and optimization.
Circuit simulation techniques.
Impedance mapping.
Component tuning.
Circuit optimization.
Statistical design techniques.
Circuit synthesis.
Electromagnetic field simulation.
CAD program descriptions.
Summary.
References
.
Passive component models.
Introduction.
Resistance, self-inductance, and stray capacitance of conductors.
Frequency response of physical resistors.
Modeling physical inductors.
Femte beads.
Physical capacitor models.
Via hole models.
Planar transmission lines for RF/MW applications.
Dielectric board materials.
Transformers.
Crystal resonators and models.
Surface acoustic wave resonators.
Dielectric resonators.
Component measurements and modeling.
Summary.
References
.
Filters and resonant circuits.
Introduction.
Filter specifications.
Various filter types.
Low-frequency versus RF/MW filters.
Baseband filters.
RF filters.
Comparison of filter responses.
Multiplexer filters.
Filter design outline.
lumped components.
Transmission line (distnbuted-element) filters.
Network transformations.
L-C resonant circuits in filter design.
capacitively coupled resonator filter.
Other forms of resonators.
Summary.
References.
Selected bibilography
.
Similarities and differences of RF and high-speed digital designs.
Historical perspective of analog RF and digtal designs.
Time-domain and voltage-current parameters (transition times, delays, skew, and signal levels).
Crosstalk versus coupling.
R-L-C models for digital applications.
Parasitics of passive interconnects, loading, vias, and losses.
Frequency-domain versus time-domain considerations.
Measurement and simulation considerations.
References.
Selected bibliography
.
Appendix.
About the Authors.
Index.
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