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This innovative book provides a stimulating introduction to analog electronics by analyzing the design and construction of a radio transceiver. The author provides essential theoretical background at each step, along with carefully designed laboratory and homework exercises. This structured approach ensures a good grasp of basic electronics as well as an excellent foundation in wireless communications systems. The author begins with a thorough description of basic electronic components and simple circuits. He then describes the key elements of radio electronics, including filters, amplifiers, oscillators, mixers, and antennas. In the laboratory exercises, he leads the reader through the design, construction, and testing of a popular radio transceiver (the NorCal 40A), thereby illustrating and reinforcing the theoretical material. A diskette containing the widely known circuit simulation software, Puff, is included in the book. This book, the first to deal with elementary electronics in the context of radio, can be used as a textbook for introductory analog electronics courses, or for more advanced undergraduate classes on radio-frequency electronics. It will also be of great interest to electronics hobbyists and radio enthusiasts.Read more
- Teaches introductory electronics in the framework of wireless communications
- Integrates theory and laboratory work
- Will appeal to electronics hobbyists and radio enthusiasts (over 600,000 in the US alone)
- Includes the circuit simulation software, Puff, on diskette
- Distinguished author - Fellow of the IEEE
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"Overall, this text is worthy of serious study for the care with which it combines theory and practice, and for the scope of its development from lowly, Ohm's law beginnings to substantive radio design incorporating gain and frequency stabilization." Contemporary Physics
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- Date Published: August 1999
- format: Hardback
- isbn: 9780521641364
- length: 450 pages
- dimensions: 259 x 183 x 28 mm
- weight: 0.91kg
- contains: 261 b/w illus. 10 tables 202 exercises
- availability: Available
Table of Contents
1. The wireless world
4. Transmission lines
8. Transistor switches
9. Transistor amplifiers
10. Power amplifiers
13. Audio circuits
14. Noise and intermodulation
15. Antennas and propagation
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