This newly updated, second edition of Digital Techniques for Wideband Receivers is a current, comprehensive design guide for your digital processing work with today's complex receiver systems. Brand new material brings you up-to-date with the latest information on wideband electronic warfare receivers, the ADC testing procedure, frequency channelization and decoding schemes, and the operation of monobit receivers. The book shows you how to effectively evaluate ADCs, offers insight on building electronic warfare receivers, and describes zero crossing techniques that are critical to new receiver design. From fundamental concepts and procedures to recent technology advances in digital receivers, you get practical solutions to all your demanding wideband receiver problems. This hands-on reference is packed with 1,103 equations and 315 illustrations that support key topics covered throughout the book.
- Chapter 2: Requirements and Characteristics of Electronic Warfare Receivers
- Chapter 3: Fourier Transform and Convolution
- Chapter 4: Discrete Fourier Transform
- Chapter 5: Fourier Transform-Related Operations
- Chapter 6: Analog-to-Digital Converters
- Chapter 7: Amplifier and Analog-to-Digital Converter Interface
- Chapter 8: Frequency Downconverters
- Chapter 9: Sensitivity and Detection Problems
- Chapter 10: Phase Measurements and Zero Crossings
- Chapter 11: Frequency Channelization
- Chapter 12: Monobit Receiver
- Chapter 13: Processing Methods After Frequency Channelization
- Chapter 14: High-Resolution Spectrum Estimation
- Chapter 15: Angle of Arrival Measurements
- Chapter 16: Receiver Tests
Air Force Research Laboratory at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, USA.
James Tsui is an electronics engineer with the Air Force Research Laboratory at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio. He earned his Ph.D. in electrical engineering from the University of Illinois. He is a fellow of the Air Force Research Laboratory and the IEEE.