At Artech House, we ask our authors what problems their books can help readers solve. In this series, we share what our authors aim to do in their writing. Read on to find out what Terry Edwards, who wrote Technologies for RF Systems had to say:
What are some problems your book can help readers solve?
- Select an appropriate transistor process (e.g. for MMIC design);
- Select an appropriate high-speed analog-to-digital (ADC) or digital-to-analog (DAC) data converter;
- Design a low-noise microwave amplifier;
- Design an RF power amplifier;
- Design a low-noise frequency source.
Please name the audiences at which this book is aimed. How will this audience use your book?
- Design Engineer: Using fundamentals provided. Following design RF or mixed-signal chip or module level. examples and being guided/inspired toward new design approaches.
- Undergraduates (and some post-graduate) Using fundamentals provided. Following design Electronics students. examples and being guided/inspired toward new design approaches. Also support for RF electronics projects.
- Lecturers in RF electronics. Using fundamentals provided. Following design examples and being guided/inspired toward new design approaches. Also support for RF electronics projects.
- “Novice” engineers. Use this book to get up-to-speed with current and emerging RF and mixed-signal technologies.
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