Digital Techniques for Wideband Receivers
Edition: 3

Cloth: 978 1 61353 217 1 / $155.00
 
Published: December 2015  

Publisher: SciTech Publishing
608 pp., 7" x 10"
Digital Techniques for Wideband Receivers is widely recognized as the definitive design guide on digital processing work with today’s complex receiver systems. This third edition brings readers up-to-date with the latest information on wideband electronic warfare receivers, and includes new chapters on the detection of FM and BPSK radar signals, analog-to-information, time-reversal filter, monobit receivers with improved instantaneous dynamic range and it offers insights on building electronic warfare receivers. From fundamental concepts and procedures, to recent technology advances in digital receivers, readers get practical solutions to important wideband receiver problems.

This book has been updated with many of the latest concepts to help users design receivers that are relevant for today’s electronic warfare systems. It will be an ideal reference for defense digital signal processing engineers, in government and industry.

Table of Contents:
Introduction
Requirements and Characteristics of EW Receivers
Continuous-Time Fourier Transform and Discrete-Time Fourier Transform
Fourier Transform Related Operations
Analog-to-Digital Converters, Amplifiers, and their Interfaces
Frequency Downconverters and I/Q channel receiver
Sensitivity and Detection Problems
Phase Measurements and Zero Crossing
Monobit Receiver
Frequency Channelization and Afterwards Processing
High-Resolution Spectrum Estimation
Detection of a biphase shift keying (BPSK) signal
Detection of FM Signals
Analog-to-Information (A to I) Conception
Angle of Arrival Measurements
Time Reversal Filters
Encoder Example: Multiple FFT Receiver
Receiver Tests



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