• Corpus ID: 107456513

RF and Microwave Circuit Design for Wireless Communications

  title={RF and Microwave Circuit Design for Wireless Communications},
  author={Lawrence E. Larson},
  • L. Larson
  • Published 31 January 1996
  • Computer Science
From the Publisher: RF and Microwave Circuit Design for Wireless Communications addresses the complicated modulation schemes and higher frequencies required of today's wireless communications circuits. Covering cutting-edge developments in mixer circuits, frequency synthesizers, amplifier design, noise, and the future of wireless communication, it helps you design applications for digital cellular telephony, wireless LANs, PCS, GaAs and high-speed silicon bipolar IC technology, and low-power… 
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