Wireless Technologies Circuits, Systems, and Devices


Wireless Technology is a subject which deals with wireless communications like radio, SIM, etc. The wireless technology book is for electronics and communication engineering students.


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    • Title: Wireless Technologies
    • Size: 15 MB
    • Page: 694
    • Page Color: Color Page
    • Year: 2008
    • Author: Krzysztof  Iniewski
    • Country: Boca Raton
    • Branch: Communication
    • Chapters: 22 Chapters
    • Edition: Old Edition


    • RF Building Blocks for the Next-Gen Wireless Systems
    • Insights into CMOS Wireless Receivers toward a Universal Mobile Radio
    • Ultra Wide Band (UWB) Technology
    • Design Considerations for Integrated MIMO Radio Transceivers
    • Cognitive Radio Spectrum-Sharing Technology
    • Short-Distance Wireless and Its Opportunities
    • Ultra-Low-Power RF Transceivers
    • Human++: Emerging Technology for Body Area Networks
    • Progress toward a Single-Chip Radio
    • Digital RF Processor (DRPTM)
    • Low Noise Amplifier
    • Design of Silicon Integrated Circuit W-Band Low-Noise Amplifiers
    • Power Amplifier Principles and Modern Design Techniques
    • Phase-Locked Loop–Based Integer-N RF Synthesizer
    • Frequency Synthesis for Multiband Wireless Networks
    • Design of a Delta-Sigma Synthesizer for a Bluetooth Transmitter
    • RFIC Parametric Converters: Device Modification, Circuit Design, Control Techniques
    • CMOS Technology for Wireless Applications
    • Distributed Effects and Coupling in RF Integrated Circuits
    • Substrate Noise Coupling from Digital to Analog Circuits in Mixed-Signal Integrated Circuits
    • Microelectromechanical Resonators for RF Applications
    • Membrane-Supported Millimeter-Wave Circuits Based on Silicon and GaAs Micromachining


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