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RF and microwave wireless systems / Kai Chang.

By: Chang, Kai, 1948-.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Wiley series in microwave and optical engineering. Publisher: New York : Wiley, 2000Description: xvi, 339 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 0471351997 (cloth : alk. paper); 9780471351993; 0471224324; 9780471224327.Subject(s): Wireless communication systems | Mobile communication systems | Microwave communication systems | Radio frequencyDDC classification: 621.3845 Online resources: Contributor biographical information | Publisher description | Table of Contents | WorldCat details | E-book Fulltext
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Table of contents 1.1 Brief History of RF and Microwave Wireless Systems 1 -- 1.2 Frequency Spectrums 3 -- 1.3 Wireless Applications 6 -- 1.4 A Simple System Example 7 -- 2 Review of Waves and Transmission Lines 10 -- 2.2 Wave Propagation 12 -- 2.3 Transmission Line Equation 17 -- 2.4 Reflection, Transmission, and Impedance for a Terminated Transmission Line 20 -- 2.5 Voltage Standing-Wave Ratio 22 -- 2.6 Decibels, Insertion Loss, and Return Loss 27 -- 2.7 Smith Charts 33 -- 2.8 S-Parameters 39 -- 2.9 Coaxial Lines 41 -- 2.10 Microscript Lines 43 -- 2.11 Waveguides 50 -- 2.12 Lumped Elements 54 -- 2.13 Impedance Matching Networks 55 -- 3 Antenna Systems 67 -- 3.2 Isotropic Radiator and Plane Waves 69 -- 3.3 Far-Field Region 71 -- 3.4 Antenna Analysis 73 -- 3.5 Antenna Characteristics and Parameters 74 -- 3.6 Monopole and Dipole Antennas 80 -- 3.7 Horn Antennas 86 -- 3.8 Parabolic Dish Antennas 88 -- 3.9 Microstrip Patch Antennas 90 -- 3.10 Antenna Arrays and Phased Arrays 98 -- 3.11 Antenna Measurements 104 -- 4 Various Components and Their System Parameters 111 -- 4.2 Couplers, Hybrids, and Power Dividers/Combiners 114 -- 4.3 Resonators, Filters, and Multiplexers 118 -- 4.4 Isolators and Circulators 128 -- 4.5 Detectors and Mixers 130 -- 4.6 Switches, Phase Shifters, and Attenuators 134 -- 4.7 Oscillators and Amplifiers 139 -- 4.8 Frequency Multipliers and Dividers 143 -- 5 Receiver System Parameters 149 -- 5.1 Typical Receivers 149 -- 5.2 System Considerations 150 -- 5.3 Natural Sources of Receiver Noise 152 -- 5.4 Receiver Noise Figure and Equivalent Noise Temperature 154 -- 5.5 Compression Points, Minimum Detectable Signal, and Dynamic Range 158 -- 5.6 Third-Order Intercept Point and Intermodulation 161 -- 5.7 Spurious Responses 166 -- 5.8 Spurious-Free Dynamic Range 166 -- 6 Transmitter and Oscillator Systems 172 -- 6.1 Transmitter Parameters 172 -- 6.2 Transmitter Noise 173 -- 6.3 Frequency Stability and Spurious Signals 176 -- 6.4 Frequency Tuning, Output Power, and Efficiency 177 -- 6.5 Intermodulation 180 -- 6.6 Crystal Reference Oscillators 184 -- 6.7 Phase-Locked Oscillators 186 -- 6.8 Frequency Synthesizers 188 -- 7 Radar and Sensor Systems 196 -- 7.2 Radar Equation 198 -- 7.3 Radar Equation Including Pulse Integration and System Losses 202 -- 7.4 Radar Cross Section 205 -- 7.5 Pulse Radar 209 -- 7.6 Continuous-Wave or Doppler Radar 212 -- 7.7 Frequency-Modulated Continuous-Wave Radar 216 -- 7.8 Direction Finding and Tracking 222 -- 7.9 Moving-Target Indication and Pulse Doppler Radar 228 -- 7.10 Synthetic Aperture Radar 232 -- 7.11 Practical Radar Examples 233 -- 8 Wireless Communication Systems 243 -- 8.2 Friis Transmission Equation 244 -- 8.3 Space Loss 247 -- 8.4 Link Equation and Link Budget 248 -- 8.5 Effective Isotropic Radiated Power and G/T Parameters 252 -- 8.6 Radio/Microwave Links 254 -- 8.7 Satellite Communication Systems 255 -- 8.8 Mobile Communication Systems and Wireless Cellular Phones 258 -- 8.9 Personal Communication Systems and Satellite Personal Communication Systems 262 -- 9 Modulation and Demodulation 274 -- 9.2 Amplitude Modulation and Demodulation 275 -- 9.3 Frequency Modulation 279 -- 9.4 Digital Shift-Keying Modulation 280 -- 9.5 Bit Error Rate and Bandwidth Efficiency 286 -- 9.6 Sampling and Pulse Code Modulation 289 -- 10 Multiple-Access Techniques 294 -- 10.2 Frequency Division Multiple Access and Frequency Division Multiplexing 294 -- 10.3 Time Division Multiple Access and Time Division Multiplexing 295 -- 10.4 Spread Spectrum and Code Division Multiple Access 298 -- 11 Other Wireless Systems 304 -- 11.1 Radio Navigation and Global Positioning Systems 304 -- 11.2 Motor Vehicle and Highway Applications 309 -- 11.3 Direct Broadcast Satellite Systems 313 -- 11.4 RF Identification Systems 313 -- 11.5 Remote Sensing Systems and Radiometers 317 -- 11.6 Surveillance and Electronic Warfare Systems 320.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Table of contents 1.1 Brief History of RF and Microwave Wireless Systems 1 --
1.2 Frequency Spectrums 3 --
1.3 Wireless Applications 6 --
1.4 A Simple System Example 7 --
2 Review of Waves and Transmission Lines 10 --
2.2 Wave Propagation 12 --
2.3 Transmission Line Equation 17 --
2.4 Reflection, Transmission, and Impedance for a Terminated Transmission Line 20 --
2.5 Voltage Standing-Wave Ratio 22 --
2.6 Decibels, Insertion Loss, and Return Loss 27 --
2.7 Smith Charts 33 --
2.8 S-Parameters 39 --
2.9 Coaxial Lines 41 --
2.10 Microscript Lines 43 --
2.11 Waveguides 50 --
2.12 Lumped Elements 54 --
2.13 Impedance Matching Networks 55 --
3 Antenna Systems 67 --
3.2 Isotropic Radiator and Plane Waves 69 --
3.3 Far-Field Region 71 --
3.4 Antenna Analysis 73 --
3.5 Antenna Characteristics and Parameters 74 --
3.6 Monopole and Dipole Antennas 80 --
3.7 Horn Antennas 86 --
3.8 Parabolic Dish Antennas 88 --
3.9 Microstrip Patch Antennas 90 --
3.10 Antenna Arrays and Phased Arrays 98 --
3.11 Antenna Measurements 104 --
4 Various Components and Their System Parameters 111 --
4.2 Couplers, Hybrids, and Power Dividers/Combiners 114 --
4.3 Resonators, Filters, and Multiplexers 118 --
4.4 Isolators and Circulators 128 --
4.5 Detectors and Mixers 130 --
4.6 Switches, Phase Shifters, and Attenuators 134 --
4.7 Oscillators and Amplifiers 139 --
4.8 Frequency Multipliers and Dividers 143 --
5 Receiver System Parameters 149 --
5.1 Typical Receivers 149 --
5.2 System Considerations 150 --
5.3 Natural Sources of Receiver Noise 152 --
5.4 Receiver Noise Figure and Equivalent Noise Temperature 154 --
5.5 Compression Points, Minimum Detectable Signal, and Dynamic Range 158 --
5.6 Third-Order Intercept Point and Intermodulation 161 --
5.7 Spurious Responses 166 --
5.8 Spurious-Free Dynamic Range 166 --
6 Transmitter and Oscillator Systems 172 --
6.1 Transmitter Parameters 172 --
6.2 Transmitter Noise 173 --
6.3 Frequency Stability and Spurious Signals 176 --
6.4 Frequency Tuning, Output Power, and Efficiency 177 --
6.5 Intermodulation 180 --
6.6 Crystal Reference Oscillators 184 --
6.7 Phase-Locked Oscillators 186 --
6.8 Frequency Synthesizers 188 --
7 Radar and Sensor Systems 196 --
7.2 Radar Equation 198 --
7.3 Radar Equation Including Pulse Integration and System Losses 202 --
7.4 Radar Cross Section 205 --
7.5 Pulse Radar 209 --
7.6 Continuous-Wave or Doppler Radar 212 --
7.7 Frequency-Modulated Continuous-Wave Radar 216 --
7.8 Direction Finding and Tracking 222 --
7.9 Moving-Target Indication and Pulse Doppler Radar 228 --
7.10 Synthetic Aperture Radar 232 --
7.11 Practical Radar Examples 233 --
8 Wireless Communication Systems 243 --
8.2 Friis Transmission Equation 244 --
8.3 Space Loss 247 --
8.4 Link Equation and Link Budget 248 --
8.5 Effective Isotropic Radiated Power and G/T Parameters 252 --
8.6 Radio/Microwave Links 254 --
8.7 Satellite Communication Systems 255 --
8.8 Mobile Communication Systems and Wireless Cellular Phones 258 --
8.9 Personal Communication Systems and Satellite Personal Communication Systems 262 --
9 Modulation and Demodulation 274 --
9.2 Amplitude Modulation and Demodulation 275 --
9.3 Frequency Modulation 279 --
9.4 Digital Shift-Keying Modulation 280 --
9.5 Bit Error Rate and Bandwidth Efficiency 286 --
9.6 Sampling and Pulse Code Modulation 289 --
10 Multiple-Access Techniques 294 --
10.2 Frequency Division Multiple Access and Frequency Division Multiplexing 294 --
10.3 Time Division Multiple Access and Time Division Multiplexing 295 --
10.4 Spread Spectrum and Code Division Multiple Access 298 --
11 Other Wireless Systems 304 --
11.1 Radio Navigation and Global Positioning Systems 304 --
11.2 Motor Vehicle and Highway Applications 309 --
11.3 Direct Broadcast Satellite Systems 313 --
11.4 RF Identification Systems 313 --
11.5 Remote Sensing Systems and Radiometers 317 --
11.6 Surveillance and Electronic Warfare Systems 320.

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