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Microwave receivers and related components
James Bao-yen Tsui
by Avionics Laboratory, Air Force Wright Aeronautical Laboratories in [Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio?]
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references and index
|Statement||James Bao-yen Tsui|
|Contributions||Air Force Avionics Laboratory|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 530 p. :|
|Number of Pages||530|
MICROWAVE COMPONENTS AND CIRCUITS LEARNING OBJECTIVES Upon completion of this chapter the student will be able to: 1. Explain the basic principles of microwave tubes and describe the limitations of conventional tubes. 2. Describe the basic principles of velocity modulation. 3. Outline the development of microwave tubes. Size: 2MB. Antenna: Converts the amplified signal to radio waves. Radio receivers. A radio receiver is the opposite of a radio transmitter. It uses an antenna to capture radio waves, processes those waves to extract only those waves that are vibrating at the desired frequency, extracts the audio signals that were added to those waves, amplifies the audio signals, and finally plays them on a speaker.
A receiver must perform a number of actions on a received signal so that the modulation information can ultimately be deciphered and processed. 1. Direct-conversion receivers translate an RF input signal to a baseband output in one stage. Receivers are required to perform effectively despite the presence of noise and other interfering signals. The tremendous research and development effort that went into the development of radar and related techniques during World War II resulted not only in hundreds of radar sets for military (and some for possible peacetime) use but also in a great body of information and new techniques in the electronics and high-frequency fields. volume 4 of.
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Microwave receivers and related components. [Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio?]: Avionics Laboratory, Air Force Wright Aeronautical Laboratories, [?] (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: James Tsui; Air Force Avionics Laboratory.
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It includes some great microwave history, including tidbits about the Varian brothers, Kompfner, Pierce, Boot and Randall. Aside from the antenna, a microwave engineer may only be interested in how a microwave circuit reacts to external microwave signals. On the other hand, basic circuit analysis that is used typically at direct current (DC) or low frequency is far too simple to provide practical guidance for the design and analysis of microwave components.
Microwave and Wireless Communications Technology offers a practical, device-based approach to the study of microwave and wireless communications. Student objectives, numerous questions and problems, and end-of-chapter summaries reinforce the theory in each chapter. Answers to odd-numbered questions are provided in the back of the book.
Microwave Active Circuit Analysis and Design. Book • Authors: Clive Poole and Izzat Darwazeh of visualizing the relationship between immittances and reflection coefficients and is routinely used to display data related to the performance of microwave devices and circuits.
whether it be radio transmitters, receivers, or test. Handbook of RF, Microwave, and Millimeter-Wave Components. Edited by Leonid A. Belov, Sergey M. Smolskiy and Victor N.
Kochemasov, Artech House, ; : Shu-Kun Lin. The radio frequencies are, those which are above human hearing, and extend into the microwave spectrum to the edge of the infrared region. That means the RF frequencies are roug Hz to many, many gigahertz.
Most radio frequency systems have one or more receivers, so they are an important type of circuit. Receiver Architecture • Super heterodyne receiver – e.g. CC Converts the incoming signal to an Intermediate Frequency (IF) signal and performs: r frequency tuning – selects desired signal ing – separates signal from other modulated signals picked up ication – compensates for transmission losses in the File Size: 1MB.
the book D. Pozar, Microwave Engineering (third edition). Hoboken, NJ: Wiley, Much other information is covered in this text as well, so it is one of the books that all RF and microwave engineers should own.
Other important sources that cover certain special topics at greater depth are: G. Bryant, Principles of Microwave Measurements. The basic quantities measured in high frequency circuits are power, impedance, port-to-port transfer functions of n-port devices, frequency, and noise [3, 4].
Power. Microwave power cannot be readily detected with equipment used at lower frequencies such as voltmeters and oscilloscopes .File Size: 2MB. Provides a comprehensive introduction to microwave receivers stressing both the general characteristics of microwave devices and the uses of particular systems.
Covers receiver definition and performance and discusses the important area of receiver systems. Emphasizes the necessity of designing microwave receiver systems to receive hostile communications during electronic warfare.
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RF and microwave passive and active components form different subsystems and systems. This chapter considers several examples of microwave integrated subassemblies using passive components and control devices. During the transmit mode, the switch should have sufficient isolation in the receiver port to protect the receiver front-end from damage.obstructions, such as hills (Microwave radio link must be on Line-of-sight (LOS)), and not subject to propagation losses from radio phenomena, such as multipath Size: KB.Check out the new look and enjoy easier access to your favorite features4/5(13).