2 edition of Designing Bipolar Transistor Radio Frequency Integrated Circuits found in the catalog.
|Statement||Artech House Publishers|
|Publishers||Artech House Publishers|
|LC Classifications||December 31, 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 113 p. :|
|Number of Pages||52|
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A new chapter on the principles of wireless systems provides a bridge between system and circuit issues. There are many other examples of where current gain is needed. However, the latest technologies, applications and broad range of circuits are discussed.
Provides essential knowledge in EM and microwaveengineering, passive and active RFICs, RFIC analysis and designtechniques, and RF systems vital for RFIC students andengineers• Theory is linked to practice through real-world applications, practical design examples, and exploration of the pros and cons of various topologies.
Unlike most books on the market that focus on GaAs MESFET or silicon CMOS process technology, this unique volume is dedicated exclusively to RFIC designs based on bipolar technology. They also come as PNP transistors and NPN transistors - of these NPN transistors are more widely used as tend to fit in with the negative ground system widely used, and also their performance is better in terms of speed.
Determining the values of the electronic components mainly the resistors that set the bias is one of the key stages in the design. From discussions of key applications Bluetooth, UWB, GPS, WiMax and architectures, to coverage of fabrication technologies and amplifier design, this book arms engineers with design know-how for their work in the field.
obvious which capacitors are to be ignored considered short circuits . Bipolar Transistor RF Mixer Bipolar transistors, BJTs are often used to provide simple and low cost active devices for RF mixers in various RF circuit designs.
They often find applications complementing NPN transistors and a few other circuits.
Unlike previous such attempts, this description is not limited to two-dimensional system of equations and does not make any assumptions about the type of nonlinearity.
The difference between our approach of performing noise analysis for RF circuits and the traditional techniques is that we first concentrate on the noise analysis for oscillators instead of non-oscillatory circuits.