Introduction to Radio Engineering

Author: Nathan Blaunstein,Christos Christodoulou,Mikhail Sergeev

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 1315350084

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 294

View: 3590

The book introduces the basic foundations of high mathematics and vector algebra. Then, it explains the basic aspects of classical electrodynamics and electromagnetism. Based on such knowledge readers investigate various radio propagation problems related to guiding structures connecting electronic devices with antenna terminals placed at the different radar systems. It explains the role of antennas in process of transmission of radio signals between the terminals. Finally, it shows the relation between the main operational charactistics of each kind of radar and the corresponding knowledge obtained from the previous chapters.

Radio Antennas and Propagation

Author: William Gosling

Publisher: Newnes

ISBN: 9780750637411

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 259

View: 3267

Radio Frequency Energy: Background; Electromagnetic sources; Simple antennas; More complex antennas; Antennas using conducting surfaces; Specialised antennas; Summary. Moving Quanta from Place to Place: Introduction to Various Propagation Environments; Describing the Earth's Atmosphere; The Troposphere; Reflection; Where We Live; Near Earth Propagation; Radio Propagation in a Complex Urban Environment; Sky-wave Propagation; Artificial Sky-wave Propagation; Summary; Index; Appendix: Feeders.

Foundations of Mobile Radio Engineering

Author: Michel Daoud Yacoub

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 9780849386770

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 496

View: 7117

Foundations of Mobile Radio Engineering is a comprehensive survey covering the main topics of mobile radio systems. Concepts considered include the theory of patterns and symmetry and how it impacts hexagonal cell tessellation, long-term fading and log-normal distribution, short-term fading and Rayleigh distribution, indoor propagation and Rice distribution, Suzuki distribution, interleaving and using codes in a Rayleigh environment, and ALOHA protocol and its improved performance in a Rayleigh environment. The book also addresses interference problems and traffic studies with consideration to the Monte Carlo simulation technique. It presents traffic performance enhancement techniques such as dynamic channel allocation, hybrid channel allocation, channel segregation, and fuzzy cell boundaries algorithms. It also covers adjacent and co-channel interference as functions of traffic load. With practical results, examples, and field measurement problems, the book provides a wealth of information for electrical engineers; professionals in communications, networks, and cellular mobile radio and mobile radio systems; and students in electrical engineering and communication.

VLF Radio Engineering

International Series of Monographs in Electromagnetic Waves

Author: Arthur D. Watt

Publisher: Elsevier

ISBN: 1483152308

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 718

View: 7994

Electromagnetic Waves, Volume 14: VLF Radio Engineering provides a detailed coverage of the fields involved in very low frequency (VLF) radio engineering. This book serves as a guide for applying the information in the solution of practical problems. Comprised of seven chapters, this volume starts with an overview of the communications aspect following the flow of information carrying energy from the transmitting to receiving locations. This text then presents the complete systems that consider the interrelationship of the various factors. Other chapters explain the basic concept of a VLF antenna, which is a vertical electric monopole over a perfectly conducting flat plane. This book discusses as well the radio wave propagation at VLF, which has been studied theoretically and experimentally for many years. The final chapter deals with the primary components of a complete VLF radio system. This book is a valuable resource for radio engineers, scientists, and researchers.

Software-Defined Radio for Engineers

Author: Travis F. Collins,Alexander M. Wyglinski,Di Pu

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9781630814571

Category:

Page: 378

View: 3717

Based on the popular Artech House classic, Digital Communication Systems Engineering with Software-Defined Radio, this book provides a practical approach to quickly learning the software-defined radio (SDR) concepts needed for work in the field. This up-to-date volume guides readers on how to quickly prototype wireless designs using SDR for real-world testing and experimentation. This book explores advanced wireless communication techniques such as OFDM, LTE, WLA, and hardware targeting. Readers will gain an understanding of the core concepts behind wireless hardware, such as the radio frequency front-end, analog-to-digital and digital-to-analog converters, as well as various processing technologies.

Radio Engineering for Wireless Communication and Sensor Applications

Author: Antti V. R ̈ais ̈anen,Arto Lehto

Publisher: Artech House

ISBN: 9781580536691

Category: Detectors

Page: 396

View: 1422

Covering a wide range of application areas, from wireless communications and navigation, to sensors and radar, this practical resource offers you the first comprehensive, multidisciplinary overview of radio engineering. You learn important techniques to help you with the generation, control, detection and utilization of radio waves, and find detailed guidance in radio link, amplifier, and antenna design. The book approaches relevant problems from both electromagnetic theory based on MaxwellOCOs equations and circuit theory based on KirchoffOCOs and OhmOCOs laws, including brief introductions to each theory."

Newnes Radio and RF Engineering Pocket Book

Author: Steve Winder,Joseph Carr

Publisher: Elsevier

ISBN: 0080497470

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 344

View: 4198

New material in the third edition includes mobile base station antennas, operation of cellular networks, SAW filters and ceramic resonators, modulation for stereo FM broadcasts, ADPCM, and vocoders. *The essential data and information for modern radio engineering at your fingertips *Based on the practical knowhow of practicing engineers *Ideal for reference and revision

Practical Radio Engineering and Telemetry for Industry

Author: David Bailey

Publisher: Elsevier

ISBN: 9780080473895

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 320

View: 5306

Instrumentation and control, and electrical power engineering are increasingly reliant on radio-based communication technology. This is a comprehensive book covering the essentials of telemetry and radio communications. It explains the principles of telemetry and radio communications, describes their application and equips you with the skills to analyse, specify and debug telemetry and radio communications systems. Key issues addressed in this book are: * how to design and install radio (wireless) links * apply latest satellite technologies to your telemetry system * how to design and install microwave links * troubleshoot telemetry communications problems * tips, tricks and traps with radio links · A guide to the design, installation and utilization of radio applications in instrumentation and control, and electrical power engineering · Explains the principles of telemetry and radio communications, describes their application and equips you with the skills to analyse, specify and debug telemetry and radio communications systems · Addresses topical areas such as designing and installing wireless communications links, the application of satellite technologies in telemetry, microwave links, etc.

Radio Spectrum Conservation

Radio Engineering Fundamentals

Author: William Gosling

Publisher: Newnes

ISBN: 9780750637404

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 242

View: 7852

Use of the Radio Spectrum; Demand for the spectrum; Coexistence; Constructive use of a limited resource; Spatial separation; The time domain; The frequency domain; Exploiting time; Trunking and packets; Exploiting time and space; Cellular radio; Transmission orthogonality in the sequency domain (CDMA); The Radio Bands; Summary band by band; ELF, ULF, SLF, VLF, LF, MF, HF, VHF, UHF, SHF, EHF; Conclusion.

Handbook for Radio Engineering Managers

Author: J. F. Ross

Publisher: Elsevier

ISBN: 1483165094

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 964

View: 5520

Handbook for Radio Engineering Managers deals with management, organization, engineering economy, safety practices, fires, environmental aspects, specifications, and contract administration of projects. The text explains project management concerning initiation of the planning and design stages, establishment of controls, staffing supervision, installation work, commissioning, and turnover to the operating and maintenance staff. Engineering economy involves cost/benefit analysis, preparation of budget for new installations, maintenance, and repairs. The book also discusses safety practices such as staff responsibilities, aid facilities, electrical or radio equipment, radiation hazards, maintenance of mast and towers. The text discusses fires in radio installations, fire detecting facilities, transformer problems, lighting hazards, and electric shock hazards. The environmental aspects in radio engineering include equipment or materials performance, corrosion, structural failures, environmental obligations in mast or tower design, as well as radio frequency spectrum management. The radio engineering manager should also be knowledgeable regarding specifications and contract administration covering radio engineering specifications, inspection, acceptance tests, and contract administration. The methods and practices explained in the book are applicable for large, medium, or small sized stations or project. The book is a useful reference for radio station managers, radio station technicians, radio engineers, electrical engineers, and for administrators of radio stations or other communications facilities.

Solid state radio engineering

Author: Herbert L. Krauss,Charles W. Bostian,Frederick H. Raab

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Inc

ISBN: N.A

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 534

View: 4318

A comprehensive text that covers both receiver and transmitter circuits, reflecting the past decade's developments in solid-state technology. Emphasizes design using practical circuit elements, with basic ideas of electrical noise, resonant impedance-matching circuits, and modulation theory thoroughly explained. Contains the latest techniques in radio frequency power amplifier design, accepted state-of-the-art technology based on bipolar junction transistors, VMOS RF power FETs, high-efficiency techniques, envelope elimination and restoration, envelope feedback, and other newly emerging technologies. Requires a knowledge of complex algebra, Fourier series, and Fourier transforms. Also includes numerous worked-out examples that relate the theory to practical circuit applications, and homework problems keyed to corresponding sections of the text.

Radio Engineering

From Software Radio to Cognitive Radio

Author: Jacques Palicot

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 1118602226

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 378

View: 6454

Software radio ideally provides the opportunity to communicate with any radio communication standard by modifying only the software, without any modification to hardware components. However, taking into account the static behavior of current communications protocols, the spectrum efficiency optimization, and flexibility, the radio domain has become an important factor. From this thinking appeared the cognitive radio paradigm. This evolution is today inescapable in the modern radio communication world. It provides an autonomous behavior to the equipment and therefore the adaptation of communication parameters to better match their needs. This collective work provides engineers, researchers and radio designers with the necessary information from mathematical analysis and hardware architectures to design methodology and tools, running platforms and standardization in order to understand this new cognitive radio domain.

Radio Systems Engineering

Author: Steven W. Ellingson

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 1107068282

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 680

View: 5765

Using a systems framework, this textbook clearly explains how individual elements contribute to the overall performance of a radio system.

An Introduction to Radio Frequency Engineering

Author: Christopher Coleman

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9781107402607

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 334

View: 2949

Using an easily understood approach combined with numerous worked examples, illustrations and homework problems, this textbook focuses on minimizing the mathematics needed to grasp radio frequency engineering. The book includes broad coverage of RF systems, circuit design, antennas, propagation and digital techniques. Written for upper level undergraduate courses, it will also provide an excellent introduction to the subject for graduate students, researchers and practicing engineers.