Microwave and Wireless Synthesizers

Theory and Design
 
 
Standards Information Network (Verlag)
  • 2. Auflage
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  • erschienen am 29. März 2021
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  • 816 Seiten
 
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The new edition of the leading resource on designing digital frequency synthesizers from microwave and wireless applications, fully updated to reflect the most modern integrated circuits and semiconductors

Microwave and Wireless Synthesizers: Theory and Design, Second Edition, remains the standard text on the subject by providing complete and up-to-date coverage of both practical and theoretical aspects of modern frequency synthesizers and their components. Featuring contributions from leading experts in the field, this classic volume describes loop fundamentals, noise and spurious responses, special loops, loop components, multiloop synthesizers, and more. Practical synthesizer examples illustrate the design of a high-performance hybrid synthesizer and performance measurement techniques-offering readers clear instruction on the various design steps and design rules.

The second edition includes extensively revised content throughout, including a modern approach to dealing with the noise and spurious response of loops and updated material on digital signal processing and architectures. Reflecting today's technology, new practical and validated examples cover a combination of analog and digital synthesizers and hybrid systems. Enhanced and expanded chapters discuss implementations of direct digital synthesis (DDS) architectures, the voltage-controlled oscillator (VCO), crystal and other high-Q based oscillators, arbitrary waveform generation, vector signal generation, and other current tools and techniques. Now requiring no additional literature to be useful, this comprehensive, one-stop resource:



Provides a fully reviewed, updated, and enhanced presentation of microwave and wireless synthesizers
Presents a clear mathematical method for designing oscillators for best noise performance at both RF and microwave frequencies
Contains new illustrations, figures, diagrams, and examples
Includes extensive appendices to aid in calculating phase noise in free-running oscillators, designing VHF and UHF oscillators with CAD software, using state-of-the-art synthesizer chips, and generating millimeter wave frequencies using the delay line principle

Containing numerous designs of proven circuits and more than 500 relevant citations from scientific journal and papers, Microwave and Wireless Synthesizers: Theory and Design, Second Edition, is a must-have reference for engineers working in the field of radio communication, and the perfect textbook for advanced electrical engineering students.
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978-1-119-66609-7 (9781119666097)

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Dr.Ing.habil Ulrich L. Rohde, is a Professor of Technical Informatics, University of the Joint Armed Forces, Munich Germany; member of the staff of other Universities world-wide; partner of Rohde & Schwarz, Munich; and Chairman of the Board of Synergy Microwave Corporation. Formerly Professor of Electrical Engineering at George Washington University and the University of Florida, Dr. Rohde has consulted on numerous communication projects in industry and government, has more than 300 publications, and written many textbooks including this one. He is the author of the first edition of Microwave and Wireless Synthesizers: Theory and Design.

Enrico Rubiola, PhD, is Professor at the Universite de Franche Comte (The University of Franche-Comte), Researcher at the Department of Time and Frequency of the CNRS FEMTO-ST Institute, France, and Associated Researcher at INRiM, Italy's National Metrology Institute (NMI). He is Founder the Oscillator IMP project, a platform for the measurement of short-term frequency stability and AM/PM noise of oscillators and related components.

Jerry Whitaker is Vice President for Standards Development of the Advanced Television Systems Committee. He also serves as Secretary of the Technology Group on Next Generation Broadcast Television, and is closely involved in work relating to educational programs. He is a Fellow and previous Vice President of the Society of Broadcast Engineers, and a Life Fellow of the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers.
Author Bio

Preface

Important Notations

Chapter 1: Loop Fundamentals

1 Introduction to Linear Loops

2 Characteristics of a Loop

3 Digital Loops

4 Type 1 First-Order Loop

5 Type 1 Second-Order Loop

6 Type 2 Second-Order Loop

7 Type 2 Third-Order Loop

8 Higher-Order Loops

8.1 Fifth-Order Loop Transient Response

9 Digital Loops with Mixers

10 Acquisition

11 References

12 Bibliography and Suggested Reading

Chapter 2: Almost All About Phase Noise

1 Introduction to Phase Noise

2 The Allan Variance and Other Two-Sample Variances

3 Phase Noise in Components

4 Phase Noise in Oscillators

5 The Measurement of Phase Noise

6 References

7 Suggested readings

Chapter 3: Special Loops

1 Introduction

2 Direct Digital Synthesis Techniques

3 Loops with Delay Line as Phase Comparators

4 Fractional Division N Synthesizers

5 References

6 Bibliography

Chapter 4: Loop Components

1 Introduction to Oscillators and Their Mathematical Treatment

2 The Colpitts Oscillator

3 Use of Tuning Diodes

4 Use of Diode Switches

5 Reference Frequency Standards

6 Mixer Applications

7 Phase/Frequency Comparators

8 Wideband High-Gain Amplifiers

9 Programmable Dividers

10 Loop Filters

11 Microwave Oscillator Design

12 Microwave Resonators

13 References

14 Bibliography

Chapter 5: Digital PLL Synthesizers

1 Multiloop Synthesizers Using Different Techniques

2 System Analysis

3 Low-Noise Microwave Synthesizers

4 Microprocessor Applications in Synthesizers

5 Transceiver Applications

6 About Bits, Symbols, and Waveforms [1]

7 References

8 Bibliography and Suggested Reading

9 Acknowledgements

Chapter 6: A High-Performance Hybrid Synthesizer

1 Introduction

2 Basic Synthesizer Approach

3 Loop Filter Design

4 Summary

5 Bibliography

Appendix A: Mathematical Review

Appendix B: A General-Purpose Nonlinear Approach to the Computation of Sideband Phase Noise in Free-Running Microwave and RF Oscillators

Appendix C: Example of Wireless Synthesizers Using Commercial ICs

Appendix D: MMIC-Based Synthesizers

Appendix E: Articles on Design of Dielectric Resonator Oscillator

Appendix F: Optoelectronic Oscillators

Appendix G: Phase Noise Analysis, Then and Today

Index

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