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1. Introduction; 2. Antenna fundamentals; 3. Propagation; 4. Noise; 5. Analog modulation; 6. Digital modulation; 7. Radio link analysis; 8. Two-port concepts; 9. Impedance matching; 10. Amplifiers; 11. Linearity, multistage analysis and dynamic range; 12. Antenna integration; 13. Analog filters and multiplexers; 14. Frequency and quadrature conversion in the analog domain; 15. Receivers; 16. Frequency synthesis; 17. Transmitters; 18. Digital implementation of radio functions; Appendix A. Empirical modelling of mean path loss; Appendix B. Characteristics of some common radio systems; References; Index.

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

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Steven W. Ellingson is an Associate Professor at Virginia Tech. He received his PhD in Electrical Engineering from Ohio State University. He held senior engineering positions at Booz-Allen and Hamilton, Raytheon, and the Ohio State University ElectroScience Laboratory before joining the faculty of Virginia Tech. His research focuses on wireless communications and radio frequency instrumentation, with funding from the National Science Foundation, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, and the commercial communications and aerospace industries. Dr Ellingson serves as a consultant to industry and government on topics pertaining to RF system design, and is an avid amateur radio operator.

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'Radio Systems Engineering offers a comprehensive introduction to the architecture and components of radio systems. It reviews all the fundamentals that students need to understand today's wireless communication systems, including modern modulation schemes, radio wave propagation and noise impact. It also covers all the blocks of modern radio transmitter and receiver systems, such as antennas, filters, amplifiers, and signal processing. This textbook gives engineering students a complete overview of radio systems and provides practicing wireless engineers with a convenient comprehensive reference.' Patrick Roblin, Ohio State University
'Radio Systems Engineering offers a comprehensive introduction to the architecture and components of radio systems. It reviews all the fundamentals that students need to understand today's wireless communication systems, including modern modulation schemes, radio wave propagation and noise impact. It also covers all the blocks of modern radio transmitter and receiver systems, such as antennas, filters, amplifiers, and signal processing. This textbook gives engineering students a complete overview of radio systems and provides practicing wireless engineers with a convenient comprehensive reference.' Patrick Roblin, Ohio State University

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