Undersztand every aspect of modern wireless system design
From the antenna to the baseband level - David Pozar's MICROWAVE AND RF DESIGN OF WIRELESS SYSTEMS offers ther most completer and up-to-date presentation of the operation and design of modern wireless telecommunication systems.
Integrating a wide range of topics into one design-oriented framework, the text covers antennas and propagation, noise characterization of systems and components, digital modulation methods, and the design and operation of wireless components such as filters, amplifiers, mixers, and phase-locked loops. This comprehensive approach helps readers understand how the various technologies involved in wireless systems are interrelated.
The text builds on a strong foundation of fundamental principles, and offers many practical examples and design problems. You'll learn how to:
Pozar (University of Massachusetts) examines the operation and design of wireless communication systems from the perspective of the radio frequency or microwave subsystems. This senior level textbook covers antennas, propagation, fading, noise characterization of systems and components, receiver design, digital modulation methods, bit error rates, filters, amplifiers, mixers, oscillators, and phase- locked loops. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)