Short-Range Wireless Communication: Fundamentals of RF System Design and Application 1st Edition by Alan Bensky.
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What’s on the CDROM
Using the Worksheets
Chapter 1: Introduction
Chapter 2: Radio Propagation
Chapter 3: Antennas and Transmission Lines
Chapter 4: Communication Protocols and Modulation
Chapter 5: Transmitters
Chapter 6: Receivers
Chapter 7: Radio System Design
Chapter 8: System Implementation
Chapter 9: Regulations and Standards
Chapter 10: Introduction to Information Theory
Chapter 11: New Developments in Short-range Radio
References and Bibliography
Preface: Developers, manufacturers and marketers of products incorporating short-range radio systems are experts in their fields—security, telemetry, medical care, to name a few. Often they add a wireless interface just to eliminate wires on an existing wired product. They may adapt a wireless subsystem, which is easy to integrate electrically into their system, only to find that the range is far short of what they expected, there are frequent false alarms, or it doesn’t work at all. It is for these adapters of wireless subsystems that this book is primarily intended.
Other potential readers are curious persons with varied technical backgrounds who see the growing applications for wireless communication and want to know how radio works, without delving deeply into a particular system or device. This book covers practically all aspects of radio communication including wave propagation, antennas, transmitters, receivers, design principles, telecommunication regulations and information theory. Armed with knowledge of the material in this book, the reader can more easily learn the details of specialized radio communication topics, such as cellular radio, personal communication systems (PCS), and wireless local area networks (WLAN).
The technical level of this book is suitable for readers with an engineering education or a scientific background, working as designers, engineering managers, or technical marketing people. They should be familiar with electrical circuits and engineering mathematics. Elementary probability theory is needed in some of the early chapters. Readers without an appropriate background or who need to brush up on probability are advised to jump ahead to chapter 10.
The book is organized as follows:
▪️Chapter 1 is an introduction, presenting the focus of the book and the types of short-range radio applications that are covered.
▪️Chapter 2 discusses radio propagation and factors that affect communication range and reliability.
▪️Chapter 3 reviews the antennas used in short-range radio as well as transmission lines and circuit-matching techniques.
▪️Chapter 4 covers the various forms of signals used for information transmission and modulation, and overall wireless system properties.
▪️Chapters 5 and 6 describe the various kinds of transmitters and receivers.
▪️Chapter 7 details the performance characteristics of radio systems.
▪️Chapter 8 presents various component types that can be used to implement a short-range radio system.
▪️Chapter 9 covers regulations and standards. It gives an overview of the conditions for getting approval of short-range radio systems in North America and Europe.
▪️Chapter 10 is an introduction to probability and communication theory.
▪️Chapter 11 reviews some of the most important new developments in short-range radio.
An introductory section describes the twelve Mathcad worksheets included on the CDROM accompanying the book, which are helpful for wireless design engineers in their daily work. A fully searchable pdf version of the book is also included on the CDROM.
Several terms in the book are used synonymously for varied expression, although there are subtle differences. “Wireless” and “radio” are used without distinction, although generally “wireless” also includes infrared communication and power line communication, which are not covered in this book. “Short-range radio” and “low-power radio” both refer to the area of unlicensed radio communication, although low power can be used to communicate over thousands of kilometers whereas short range, as used here, refers to several kilometers at the very most.
The book has a number of schematic diagrams, most of which do not include component values. Circuit design is more involved than just copying values from a schematic, and my intent is to explain concepts and give initial direction to engineers who have the ability to design a circuit to their own specific requirements. Many “cookbook” texts are available to assist in the actual circuit development as needed.
I wish to thank Professor Moe Bergman, who encouraged and assisted me from the time of my early interest in radio communication, for reviewing the manuscript and offering many helpful suggestions.
Short-Range Wireless Communication: Fundamentals of RF System Design and Application 1st Edition by Alan Bensky pdf.
⏩Author: Alan Bensky
⏩Publisher: Newnes; 1st edition (January 15, 2000)
⏩Puplication Date: January 15, 2000
⏩Size: 3.19 MB
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