Lecture "Radio Communication Circuits: Chapter 1 & 2" presents the following contents: Introduction to Communication Systems (Elements of Communication Systems, Radio Frequency Metrics, Parallel-Tuned Circuit,...), Radio Frequency (RF) Power Amplifiers (Class C Amplifier, Class D Amplifier). Invite you to consult.
Lecture "Radio Communication Circuits: Chapter 3 & 4" presents the following contents: Low Noise Amplifier (LNA), Noise in Bipolar Transistors, Frequency Conversion Circuits (Mixers). Invite you to consult.
Lecture "Radio Communication Circuits: Chapter 5&6" presents the following contents: RF Filters, Oscillators and Frequency Synthesizers (RF Oscilators, Voltage-Controlled Oscillators (VCO); Phase-Locked Loops (PLLs) and Applications). Invite you to consult.
Lecture "Radio Communication Circuits: Chapter 7&8" presents the following contents: Analog Modulation Circuits (Amplitude Modulation, Frequency Modulation, Phase Modulation), Digital Modulation Circuits (ASK, FSK, PSK, QPSK, M-ary PSK DPSK, M-ary QAM). Invite you to consult.
It’s time we cleared the air about ham radio. If you think of it as staticky transmissions sent by people in the middle of nowhere, think again. Today’s ham radio goes beyond wireless to extreme wireless, Operators transmit data and pictures, use the Internet, laser, and microwave transmitters, and travel to places high and low to make contact. In an emergency or natural disaster, ham radio can replace downed traditional communication and save lives.
Wireless communications is rapidly becoming one of the ubiquitous technological
underpinnings of modern society (such as electric power, fossil fuels, automobiles,
etc.). Few people think about the technology within their mobile phones, remote controls,
garage door openers, GPS navigation devices, and so on. They are always at hand and
reliably work for the user.
Yet even within the electrical engineering (EE) community, radio communication
techniques have a reputation as a “Black Art” that can only be successfully practiced
by “RF people”. This is changing, albeit slowly.
Tuyển tập báo cáo các nghiên cứu khoa học quốc tế ngành hóa học dành cho các bạn yêu hóa học tham khảo đề tài: Jitter-Robust Orthogonal Hermite Pulses for Ultra-Wideband Impulse Radio Communications
Giuseppe Thadeu Freitas de Abreu
In the last decades the restless evolution of information and communication technologies (ICT) brought to a deep transformation of our habits. The growth of the Internet and the advances in hardware and software implementations modiﬁed our way to communicate and to share information. In this book, an overview of the major issues faced today by researchers in the ﬁeld of radio communications is given through 35 high quality chapters written by specialists working in universities and research centers all over the world....
Handbook covers the latest advances in satellite technology and applications. Features new chapters on mobile digital audio radio and VSAT networks. For satellite communications professionals and network architects. Includes index and references. Let 's see with us.
The third generation (3G) mobile communication system is the next big thing in the world of mobile telecommunications. The first generation included analog mobile phones [e.g., Total Access Communications Systems (TACS), Nordic Mobile Telephone (NMT), and Advanced Mobile Phone Service (AMPS)], and the second generation (2G) included digital mobile phones [e.g., global system for mobile communications (GSM), personal digital cellular (PDC), and digital AMPS (D-AMPS)].
As stated in Chapter 1, Section 1.2, requirements for International Mobile Telecommunications-2000 (IMT-2000) include system ﬂexibility, economy and conditions on data transmission speed deﬁned in numerical terms. The minimum performance requirement in terms of transmission speed is 2 Mbit/s in an indoor environment, 384 kbit/s in a pedestrian mode and 144 kbit/s in a vehicle mode.
Ultra-Wideband Radio (UWB) earmarks a new radio access philosophy and exploits several GHz of bandwidth. It promises high data rate communication over short distances as well as innovative radar sensing and localization applications with unprecedented resolution. Fields of application may be found, among others, in industry, civil engineering, surveillance and exploration, for security and safety measures, and even for medicine.
Wireless Communications, Second Edition is the definitive professional's overview of wireless communications technology and system design. Building on his classic first edition, Theodore S. Rappaport reviews virtually every important new wireless standard and technological development, including W-CDMA, cdma2000, UMTS, and UMC 136/EDGE; IEEE 802.11 ...
All wireless communication systems have traditionally employed a radio frequency front end (RF FE) (see Figure 3.1), located between the antenna and the baseband subsystem, the latter commonly implemented with digital signal processing technology. While ‘pure’ software radios anticipate analog-to-digital conversion at the antenna, dispensing with the need for this element of the radio, today’s ‘pragmatic’ software deﬁned radios (SDRs), still (and as will be seen later in this chapter, for the foreseeable future) require an RF FE and place stringent demands thereon....
Cognitive radio is a hot research area for future wireless communications in the recent years. In order to increase the spectrum utilization, cognitive radio makes it possible for unlicensed users to access the spectrum unoccupied by licensed users. Cognitive radio let the equipments more intelligent to communicate with each other in a spectrum-aware manner and provide a new approach for the co-existence of multiple wireless systems.
The beneﬁts of software deﬁned radios (SDR) are identiﬁed in many chapters of this book. SDR will potentially permit new protocols, applications, and air interface waveforms to be ﬂexibly and even dynamically deployed across a variety of implementation platforms and products, sourced from multiple vendors. It will bring the beneﬁts of open standards that have been enjoyed in the PC world to the arena of wireless communications.
Parametrization – a Technique for SDR Implementation
University of Karlsruhe
Mobile communications is mainly a service driven business. But there are important marginal conditions from physics and technology that may not be ignored when developing a mobile communications system; the frequency spectrum is a scarce resource. Therefore terminals, mobile as well as base station transceivers, have to work efﬁciently with respect to spectrum. Mobile radio channels are complicated due to multipath propagation, reﬂections, scattering, time, or frequency dispersion, etc. ...
The subject of software radio emerged as a ‘hot topic’ in mobile communications in the early 1990s, when many people saw the technology as a solution to the problems of complex RF and IF processing required in modern multimode/multiband mobile terminals. Today, software radio is seen more as a technology to enable the reconﬁguration of terminals by download. 1 Such reconﬁguration can be achieved at all stages from design, through production, to post purchase use by the consumer.
The Radio Spectrum and RF Environment
Radio is the penultimate medium for mobile communications, but it has also been used for many fixed-site applications such as AM/FM broadcast, satellite trunking, point-to-point microwave telephony, and digital TV. Although there are radio applications in very low frequencies (VLF) and extremely low frequencies (ELF), these bands require extensive fixed-site infrastructure whose size and cost is dominated by the mile-long antennas and megawatt-power handling requirements. SDR insertion opportunities in these bands are limited. ...
The field of wireless radio communications is a young one, dating
back only 100 years or so. In many ways, wireless communications is still in
its stages of early development, its “primitive stage”. Thus, at this time, it can
be expected that new discoveries and advances in technology will change and,
perhaps, radically transform communication theory.