Frequency and time control systems are key circuits found in almost every electronic device today. Mobile phones, GPS systems, PCs, the Internet, and networking equipment are among the many technologies relying on frequency and time control systems. This book is a comprehensive, cohesive reference offering an in-depth understanding of how these circuits are used in a broad and varied range of applications. Moreover, it shows RF system designers how to integrate high performance components onto a single chip. Engineers can also refer to the book's detailed information about performance issues and error correction to help overcome design challenges in the field. Substantial material is devoted to frequency techniques used in WiMAX and other upcoming wireless technologies. With more than 1,000 equations and 500 figures, the book contains computer program scripts to tackle every circuit engineering problem.A CD-ROM is included! It contains practical tools to aid in the design process such as Visio figures and Matlab code for nearly all the mathematical plots in the book.
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James A. Crawford is a consultant for AM1, LLC, based in San Diego, California. At AM1, he has performed technology development and technical management of communications systems and products for commercial and consumer applications. The author of Frequency Synthesizer Design Handbook (Artech House, 1994), he holds a B.S. in electrical engineering from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and an M.S. in electrical engineering from the University of Southern California.
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