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Radio receiver technology : principles, architectures and applications

Author: Ralf Rudersdorfer; Ulrich Graf; Hans Zahnd; Gerhard K Buesching
Publisher: Chichester, England : Wiley, 2014. ©2014
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"The purpose of this book is to provide the users of radio receivers with the required knowledge of the basic mechanisms and principles of present-day receiver technology"--
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Rudersdorfer, Ralf.
Radio Receiver Technology : Principles, Architectures and Applications.
Hoboken : Wiley, ©2013
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Ralf Rudersdorfer; Ulrich Graf; Hans Zahnd; Gerhard K Buesching
ISBN: 9781118659397 1118659392
OCLC Number: 911609787
Description: 1 online resource (317 pages)
Contents: Cover; Title Page; Copyright; Contents; About the Author; Preface; Acknowledgements; Chapter I Functional Principle of Radio Receivers; I.1 Some History to Start; I.1.1 Resonance Receivers, Fritters, Coherers, and Square-Law Detectors (Detector Receivers); I.1.2 Development of the Audion; I.2 Present-Day Concepts; I.2.1 Single-Conversion Superhet; I.2.2 Multiple-Conversion Superhet; I.2.3 Direct Mixer; I.2.4 Digital Receiver; I.2.4.1 Software Radio and Software-Defined Radio; I.3 Practical Example of an (All- )Digital Radio Receiver; I.3.1 Functional Blocks for Digital Signal Processing. I.3.2 The A/D Converter as a Key ComponentI. 3.3 Conversion to Zero Frequency; I.3.4 Accuracy and Reproducibility; I.3.5 VFO for Frequency Tuning; I.3.6 Other Required Hardware; I.3.7 Receive Frequency Expansion by Subsampling; I.4 Practical Example of a Portable Wideband Radio Receiver; I.4.1 Analog RF Frontend for a Wide Receive Frequency Range; I.4.2 Subsequent Digital Signal Processing; I.4.3 Demodulation with Received Signal Level Measurement; I.4.4 Spectral Resolution of the Frequency Occupancy; References; Further Reading; Chapter II Fields of Use and Applications of Radio Receivers. II. 1 PrologueII. 2 Wireless Telecontrol; II. 2.1 Radio Ripple Control; II. 3 Non-Public Radio Services; II. 3.1 Air Traffic Radio; II. 3.2 Maritime Radio; II. 3.3 Land Radio; II. 3.4 Amateur Radio; II. 3.5 Mobile Radio; II. 4 Radio Intelligence, Radio Surveillance; II. 4.1 Numerous Signal Types; II. 4.2 Searching and Detecting; II. 4.2.1 Problems with Frequency-Agile Signals and LPI Emissions; II. 4.3 Monitoring Emissions; II. 4.4 Classifying and Analyzing Radio Scenarios; II. 4.4.1 Problems with Emissions Occurring at the Same Time or at Nearly the Same Frequencies; II. 4.5 Receiver Versus Spectrum Analyzer. II. 5 Direction Finding and Radio LocalizationII. 5.1 Basic Principles of Radio Direction Finding; II. 5.1.1 Direction Finding through Directional Characteristics of Antennas; II. 5.1.2 Adcock Principle; II. 5.1.3 Watson-Watt Principle; II. 5.1.4 Doppler Principle; II. 5.1.5 Interferometer Principle; II. 5.1.6 Problems with Direction Finding Aboard a Ship; II. 5.1.7 Problematic Co-Channel Interferences; II. 5.1.8 Problems with Signals in Fast Time Multiplexing; II. 5.2 Radio Reconnaissance and Radio Surveillance; II. 5.3 Aeronautical Navigation and Air Traffic Control. II. 5.4 Marine Navigation and Maritime TrafficII. 6 Terrestrial Radio Broadcast Reception; II. 7 Time Signal Reception; II. 8 Modern Radio Frequency Usage and Frequency Economy; II. 8.1 Trunked Radio Networks; II. 8.2 Cognitive Radio; References; Further Reading; Chapter III Receiver Characteristics and their Measurement; III. 1 Objectives and Benefits; III. 2 Preparations for Metrological Investigations; III. 2.1 The Special Case of Correlative Noise Suppression; III. 2.2 The Special Case of Digital Radio Standards; III. 3 Receiver Input Matching and Input Impedance.
Responsibility: Ralf Rudersdorfer ; in cooperation with Ulrich Graf, Hans Zahnd ; translated by Gerhard K. Buesching.

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Written by an expert in the field, this book covers the principles, architectures, applications, specifications and characterizations of radio receivers In this book, the author introduces the  Read more...

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