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Radio Receivers for Systems of Fixed and Mobile Communications

  • Provides a comprehensive look into the architecture of modern radio receivers, in both theory and application

  • Presents a deep dive into radio receivers for systems of fixed and mobile communications

  • Includes a full suite of classroom materials including exercises, Q&A, and examples

Part of the book series: Textbooks in Telecommunication Engineering (TTE)

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Table of contents (6 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xxix
  2. Radio Systems and Radio Signals

    • Vasiliy V. Logvinov, Sergey M. Smolskiy
    Pages 1-50
  3. Systems and Networks of Wireless Communication

    • Vasiliy V. Logvinov, Sergey M. Smolskiy
    Pages 51-119
  4. Structural Diagrams of Radio Receivers

    • Vasiliy V. Logvinov, Sergey M. Smolskiy
    Pages 121-206
  5. Noise Immunity of Radio Receivers

    • Vasiliy V. Logvinov, Sergey M. Smolskiy
    Pages 207-246
  6. Technical Indicators of Devices for Signal Reception and Processing

    • Vasiliy V. Logvinov, Sergey M. Smolskiy
    Pages 247-283
  7. The MicroCap12 System of Circuit Modeling

    • Vasiliy V. Logvinov, Sergey M. Smolskiy
    Pages 285-324
  8. Back Matter

    Pages 325-345

About this book

The textbook acquaints the reader with the architecture of receivers of analog and digital radio systems, helps to study the stages of designing a modern radio receiver and reveals the reasons and methods for its effective operation in networks for various purposes. Particular attention is paid to the methods of generating and processing signals in the receivers of digital systems with multiple access, which make it possible to provide data transfer rates close to the maximum possible (according to Shannon). As a textbook for students studying methods of optimal signal reception, the book will also be useful to specialists in the field of telecommunications involved in the development of radio receivers. The book shows how the development of theoretical, circuitry and integrated technologies led to the active introduction of algorithmic methods for signal processing changed both the design of receivers and the methods of forming the information flow in free space (MIMO, beamforming). The creation of a global 5G network based on heterogeneous networks puts forward new requirements for the architecture of receivers, which are determined by the requirements to achieve high data rates, low time delays or use in networks with coordinated multipoint transmission and reception (CoMP). To consolidate the knowledge gained, the book includes a complete set of materials for online classes, including questions and answers, a guide to solving problems for each chapter, and computer modeling units of receivers in the MicroCAP environment, based on preliminary calculations.

Keywords

  • Radio receiver of analog and digital radio communication
  • mobile communication systems
  • ultra-wideband systems
  • sensor and RFID systems
  • super-heterodyne receiver
  • receiver of direct conversion
  • receiver with digital intermediate frequency
  • digital types of shift-keying

Authors and Affiliations

  • Moscow State Technical University of Communication and Informatics, Russian Federation, Moscow, Russia

    Vasiliy V. Logvinov

  • Moscow Power Engineering Institute (Technical University), Russian Federation, Moscow, Russia

    Sergey M. Smolskiy

About the authors

Vasliy V. Logvinov, Ph.D., Associate-Professor of Radio Equipment and Circuitry Department of Moscow State Technical University of Communication and Informatics (MTUCI). After graduation of MTUCI he was directed in the Soviet Union Army and after finishing of which in 1971 he worked as Assistant-Professor of MTUCI. In 1976 he entered at Ph.D.-course of MTUCI and after finishing of this PhD course, he was directed as the Chief of the Education Department of MTUCI. After defending the PhD thesis in 1982, he was elected as the Senior Teacher of MTUCI, and in 1986 as the Associate-Professor of the Multi-Channel Communication Department of MTUCI. In 1989 he moved to the Radio Receiver Department of MTUCI. From 2006 to 2016 he worked as the full Professor of MTUCI Department. At present, he works in MTUCI. He delivers the educational lecture courses: «Circuitry of Telecommunication Devices», «Radio Receiving Devices of Mobile Communication Systems», «Radio Receiving Devices of the Radio Communication and Radio Access Systems», «Radio Receiving Devices of the Protected Radio Communication Systems», «Devices for Reception and Processing of Signals». The list of his scientific publication includes more than thirty papers, thirteen report of conferences and five books. Scientific interests in last five years includes investigation of parts of reception-transmission sections of mobile communication systems and radio access systems.

 Sergey M. Smolskiy, Ph.D. in Engineering, Dr.Sc. in Engineering, full professor, Head of the Department of Radio Receivers of Moscow Power Engineering Institute (Technical University). He works at Radio Engineering Faculty of MPEI from 1969 just after graduation. After graduation of Ph.D. course and protection of Ph.D. thesis in 1974 he worked on Department of Radio Transmitting Devices of MPEI, where engaged in theoretical and practical problems of development of transmitting cascades of low distance radar. In 1993 defended the Doctor of Science thesis and now he works as a Head of RR Dept. and as a Vice-Rector of MPEI responsible for international relations. Academic experience - over twenty years. The lecturer on the following courses: "Radio Transmitting Devices", "Devices of generation and control of oscillations of UHF and optical ranges", "Theory of oscillations in Radio Engineering", "Methods of analysis of non-linear radio and electronic systems", "Method of phase plane for analysis non-linear radio devices". The list of scientific works and inventions contains about three hundred of scientific articles, twelve books, three USSR copyright certificates on invention, 76 technological reports on various conferences, including international ones. The active member of International Academy of informatization, International Academy of Electrotechnical Sciences, International Academy of Sciences of Higher Educational Institutions. The active member of IEEE. Honorary doctor of three foreign universities. The scientific work for the latter five years is connected with conversion directions of low distance radar systems, radio measuring systems for fuel and energy complex, telecommunications, radio monitoring, nonlinear dynamics, chaotic signals, and electrodynamics.


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