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Practical Digital Wireless Signals - The Cambridge RF and Microwave Engineering Series (Hardback)
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Practical Digital Wireless Signals - The Cambridge RF and Microwave Engineering Series (Hardback)

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Hardback 434 Pages / Published: 04/02/2010
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Do you need to know what signal type to select for a wireless application? Quickly develop a useful expertise in digital modulation with this practical guide, based on the author's experience of over thirty years in industrial design. You will understand the physical meaning behind the mathematics of wireless signals and learn the intricacies and tradeoffs in signal selection and design. Six modulation families and twelve modulation types are covered in depth, together with a quantitative ranking of relative cost incurred to implement any of twelve modulation types. Extensive discussions of the Shannon Limit, Nyquist filtering, efficiency measures and signal-to-noise measures are provided, radio wave propagation and antennas, multiple access techniques, and signal coding principles are all covered, and spread spectrum and wireless system operation requirements are presented.

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9780521516303
Number of pages: 434
Weight: 1000 g
Dimensions: 247 x 174 x 24 mm


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Review of the hardback: 'Any architect defining communications features for wireless products should find this book useful ... a book you can actually read. ... experienced readers ... will find details in the unique explanations that offer greater insight into principles they thought they already knew.' High Frequency Electronics
Review of the hardback: '... a fun tour of signals, noise, circuit techniques, wireless propagation limitations, the math of error correction codes, and the limits of information transfer.' IEEE Microwave Magazine

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