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Author: Paul Tobin
Publisher: [San Rafael, Calif.] : Morgan & Claypool Publishers, ©2007.
Series: Synthesis lectures on digital circuits and systems (Online), #9.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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In PSpice for Analog Communications Engineering we simulate the difficult principles of analog modulation using the superb free simulation software Cadence Orcad PSpice V10.5. While use is made of analog behavioral model parts (ABM), we use actual circuitry in most of the simulation circuits. For example, we use the 4-quadrant multiplier IC AD633 as a modulator and import real speech as the modulating source and  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Paul Tobin
ISBN: 1598291610 9781598291612
OCLC Number: 99755650
Notes: Title from PDF title page (viewed Mar. 28, 2007).
Description: 1 online resource (xiii, 139 pages).
Contents: Amplitude modulation techniques --
Baseband to passband --
The communications channel --
Amplitude modulation --
AM generation: Method 1 --
AM using analog behavioral models: Method 2 --
AM generation: Method 3 --
Power in an AM signal --
Transmission efficiency --
Trapezoidal method: Speech-modulated DSBFC AM signal --
Spectrum of speech-modulated AM signal --
The four-quadrant AD633 multiplier IC --
Linear amplitude modulator --
Multiplying, squaring, and frequency doubling --
Exercises --
AM diode detection and four-quadrant multipliers --
AM detection --
Precision rectifier --
Diagonal clipping distortion --
Choice of time constant --
Automatic gain control --
Probe log command --
Double-sideband suppressed carrier --
Double-balanced modulator --
Coherent detection --
DSBSC production using four-quadrant multipliers --
DSBSC demodulation --
Exercises --
System stability, Nyquist criterion --
Nyquist criterion --
JFET Colpitts oscillator --
The feedback network --
Closed-loop testing --
The output file --
The oscillator output --
Hartley oscillator --
Quartz crystal and equivalent circuits --
Quartz crystal response --
CMOS Colpitts crystal oscillator --
Phase-shift oscillator --
Gain and phase margins --
Nyquist plot --
Nyquist diagram and oscillators --
Exercises --
Superhetrodyne amplitude modulation receivers --
Nonlinear mixing --
JFET nonlinear mixer circuit --
Mixer output --
Superhetrodyning --
Image frequency --
Superhetrodyning and image frequencies --
AM Superhetrodyne receiver --
The input/mixer stage --
The local oscillator: Arithmetic selectivity --
JFET-tuned radio frequency amplifier --
RF-tuned amplifier measurements --
Measuring the output impedance of an RF amplifier --
AC equivalent circuit --
BJT bandpass amplifier --
Tuning capacitance --
Diode detection and automatic gain control --
Power amplifier stage --
Audio output signals --
RF signals --
Speech scrambling --
Exercises --
Frequency modulation principles --
Modulation index --
FM spectrum --
FM production using the VSFFM generator part --
Power in an FM signal --
Varactor diode --
FM oscilloscope display --
FM preemphasis and deemphasis --
FM stereo generation --
FM baseband stereo signals --
Replacing ABM parts with circuitry --
FM stereo reception --
Exercises --
Superhetrodyne frequency modulation receivers --
FM Superhetrodyne receiver --
Mixer stage --
Coupled-tuned RF amplifiers --
Double-tuned intermediate RF amplifier --
Automatic gain control --
The phase-lock loop detector --
PLL compensation --
The lock and capture range --
ABM phase-locked loop --
Frequency demodulation --
Receiver waveforms --
Exercises --
Noise --
Sources of noise --
Noise factor and noise figure --
Defriis' formula --
Common emitter amplifier --
The output file --
Probe expression commands --
The "(if, then, else)" command --
Importing noise --
Adding noise to the input signal --
Exercises --
Appendix A --
References.
Series Title: Synthesis lectures on digital circuits and systems (Online), #9.
Responsibility: Paul Tobin.

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Simulates the difficult principles of analog modulation using the free simulation software Cadence Orcad PSpice V10.5. While use is made of analog behavioural model parts (ABM), this title uses  Read more...

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