Select and optimize wireless/RF circuits. Get alast-worda guidelines for selecting and optimizing wireless/RF ICs with John D. Lenkas Optimizing Wireless/RF Circuits. As youad expect from an author whose electronics guidebooks have sold over 2 million copies worldwide, instead of complex math and abstract theory this hands-on tool helps you configure robust circuits, handle components (capacitors, transistors, resistors, ICs most likely to cause circuit difficulties, boost frequency synthesizers, high-speed frequency dividers, direct frequency synthesizers, universal radio ICs, and log/linear amplifier ICs. No other work puts you in control of ICs and discrete-component circuits youall find here (Until recently, many didnat even exist in IC form.) Plus you get several discrete-component examples to fast-track your next project.(The meter is actually reading the reflection coefficient, but the scale indicates SWR. If you have a reflection coefficient of 0.2, the SWR readout is 1.5.) Figure 2.19B shows the basic SWR meter circuit. There are two pickup wires, both parallelanbsp;...
|Title||:||Optimizing Wireless/RF Circuits|
|Author||:||John D. Lenk|
|Publisher||:||McGraw Hill Professional - 1999|