Wireless Communication Electronics by Example by Robert Sobot

By Robert Sobot

This publication is meant for senior undergraduate and graduate scholars in addition to working towards engineers who're keen on layout and research of radio frequency (RF) circuits. Fully-solved, tutorial-like examples are used to place into perform all significant subject matters required to appreciate the rules underlying the most sub-circuits required to layout an RF transceiver and the full communique process. beginning with overview of ideas in electromagnetic (EM) transmission and sign propagation, via precise functional research of RF amplifier, mixer, modulator, demodulator, and oscillator circuit topologies, all of the strategy to the method conversation idea at the back of the RF transceiver operation, this booklet systematically covers all correct points in a manner that's compatible for a unmarried semester collage point direction. Readers will enjoy the author’s sharp concentrate on radio receiver layout, validated via countless numbers of fully-solved, sensible examples, in place of texts that conceal many elements of electronics and electromagnetic with no making the mandatory connection to instant conversation circuit design.

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Sketch a block diagram of a heterodyne AM receiver, and illustrate waveform shapes at output of each stage. The transmitted message waveform is shown in Fig. 1. 2. An AM receiver is designed to receive RF signals in the in the 500 kHz to 1600 kHz frequency range with the required bandwidth of B = 10 kHz at the resonant frequency f 0 = 1050 kHz. The RF amplifier uses inductor L = 1 µH. 1. calculate bandwidth at f max = 1600 kHz and capacitance C; 2. calculate bandwidth at f min = 500 kHz and capacitance C; and 3.

11. Estimate impedances looking into networks (a), (b), and (c), Fig. 5. For the sake of argument, assume that the small signal internal base resistance rπ is very large, and the internal emitter resistance is re is a small non zero value. 12. Calculate thermal voltage VT under the following conditions: (a) T = −55 ◦ C, (b) T = 25 ◦ C, and (c) T = 125 ◦ C. As a side note, these three temperatures are commonly used to characterize military grade electronic equipment. 13. A simple voltage reference is built using a resistor and 1N4004 diode as in schematic Fig.

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