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📒Principles Of Random Signal Analysis And Low Noise Design ✍ Roy M. Howard
✏Principles of Random Signal Analysis and Low Noise Design Book Summary : Describes the leading techniques for analyzing noise. Discusses methods that are applicable to periodic signals,aperiodic signals, or random processes over finite or infiniteintervals. Provides readers with a useful reference when designing ormodeling communications systems.
📒A Signal Theoretic Introduction To Random Processes ✍ Roy M. Howard
✏A Signal Theoretic Introduction to Random Processes Book Summary : Presenting a rigorous introduction to the modelling and characterization of random phenomena, this book stands out from the existing texts in this field by characterizing random processes in signal theory. Instead of approaching randomness directly from random processes theory, the author places an emphasis on statistical signal theory, mathematical rigor, and using finite-time interval to establish results of random processes. One advantage to this theoretical approach is the unique framework provided to augment existing theory in the context of many unsolved problems. The use of a signal theory basis provides a general framework for defining functions used for characterizing random phenomena including the autocorrelation function and the power spectral density. The signal basis set approach for defining the power spectral density, which is the most widely used measure for characterizing random phenomena, provides a simple and natural interpretation of this function for the general case and for the usual case where a sinusoidal basis set is assumed. The usual approach to the power spectral density is through an autocorrelation function where an indirect interpretation can be provided for the restricted sinusoidal basis set case. Also, results for the important random phenomena encountered in the electronic and communications engineering field are given and include: the random walk, Brownian motion, the random telegraph signal, the Poisson point process, the Poisson counting process, shot noise, white noise, 1/f noise, signaling random processes, jittered random processes, random clustering, and birth-death random processes. Finally, the mathematical rigor underpins all aspects throughout the book, which demonstrates clarity and precision in the statement of results. The first five chapters provides the necessary background on the mathematical, signal theory, random variable theory, and random process theory to facilitate further development of random processes and random phenomena in the next chapters. Chapter 6 provides details the prototypical random processes that are fundamental to electrical, electronic, and communication engineering. Consequently, chapter 7-10 coverage includes details of the characterization of random phenomena from an engineering perspective: probability mass function/probability density function evolution, autocorrelation function, and power spectral density. Chapter 11 features an introduction to order statistics, which provides the background for a discussion of the Poisson point random process in Chapter 12. Chapter 13 introduces birth-death random processes and then Chapter 14 provides an introduction to first passage time theory.
📒Mechanical Vibration And Shock Analysis Random Vibration ✍ Christian Lalanne
✏Mechanical Vibration and Shock Analysis Random Vibration Book Summary : The vast majority of vibrations encountered in the real environment are random in nature. Such vibrations are intrinsically complicated and this volume describes the process that enables us to simplify the required analysis, along with the analysis of the signal in the frequency domain. The power spectrum density is also defined, together with the requisite precautions to be taken in its calculations as well as the processes (windowing, overlapping) necessary to obtain improved results. An additional complementary method – the analysis of statistical properties of the time signal – is also described. This enables the distribution law of the maxima of a random Gaussian signal to be determined and simplifies the calculation of fatigue damage by avoiding direct peak counting.
📒Solid State Microwave High Power Amplifiers ✍ Franco Sechi
✏Solid State Microwave High Power Amplifiers Book Summary : This practical resource offers expert guidance on the most critical aspects of microwave power amplifier design. This comprehensive book provides descriptions of all the major active devices, discusses large signal characterization, explains all the key circuit design procedures. Moreover you gain keen insight on the link between design parameters and technological implementation, helping you achieve optimal solutions with the most efficient utilization of available technologies. The book covers a broad range of essential topics, from requirements for high-power amplifiers, device models, phase noise and power combiners. to high-efficiency amplifiers, linear amplifier design, bias circuits, and thermal design.
✏Analysis and Simulation of Noise in Nonlinear Electronic Circuits and Systems Book Summary : The existence of electrical noise is basically due to the fact that electrical charge is not continuous but is carried in discrete amounts equal to the electron charge. Electrical noise represents a fundamental limit on the performance of electronic circuits and systems. With the explosive growth in the personal mobile communications market, the need for noise analysis/simulation techniques for nonlinear electronic circuits and systems has been re-emphasized. Even though most of the signal processing is done in the digital domain, every wireless communication device has an analog front-end which is usually the bottleneck in the design of the whole system. The requirements for low-power operation and higher levels of integration create new challenges in the design of the analog signal processing subsystems of these mobile communication devices. The effect of noise on the performance of these inherently nonlinear analog circuits is becoming more and more significant. Analysis and Simulation of Noise in Nonlinear Electronic Circuits and Systems presents analysis, simulation and characterization techniques and behavioral models for noise in nonlinear electronic circuits and systems, along with practical examples. This book treats the problem within the framework of, and using techniques from, the probabilistic theory of stochastic processes and stochastic differential systems. Analysis and Simulation of Noise in Nonlinear Electronic Circuits and Systems will be of interest to RF/analog designers as well as engineers interested in stochastic modeling and simulation.
📒Statistical Spectral Analysis ✍ William A. Gardner
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📒Electronic Noise And Interfering Signals ✍ Gabriel Vasilescu
✏Electronic Noise and Interfering Signals Book Summary : "Electronic Noise and Interfering Signals" is a comprehensive reference book on noise and interference in electronic circuits, with particular focus on low-noise design. The first part of the book deals with mechanisms, modeling, and computation of intrinsic noise which is generated in every electronic device. The second part analyzes the coupling mechanisms which can lead to a contamination of circuits by parasitic signals and provides appropriate solutions to this problem. The last part contains more than 100 practical, elaborate case studies. The book requires no advanced mathematical training as it introduces the fundamental methods. Moreover, it provides insight into computational noise analysis with SPICE and NOF, a software developed by the author. The book addresses designers of electronic circuits as well as researchers from electrical engineering, physics, and material science. It should be of interest also for undergraduate and graduate students.
📒Noise And Fluctuations ✍ Massimo Macucci
✏Noise and Fluctuations Book Summary : The ICNF conference is a biennial event that brings together researchers interested in theoretical and experimental aspects of fluctuations across a wide spectrum of scientific and technological fields, ranging from heartbeat analysis to mesoscopic phsyics, to noise optimization of electron devices, to the variations of stock prices.
📒Lebesgue Measure And Integration ✍ Frank Burk
✏Lebesgue Measure and Integration Book Summary : A superb text on the fundamentals of Lebesgue measure and integration. This book is designed to give the reader a solid understanding of Lebesgue measure and integration. It focuses on only the most fundamental concepts, namely Lebesgue measure for R and Lebesgue integration for extended real-valued functions on R. Starting with a thorough presentation of the preliminary concepts of undergraduate analysis, this book covers all the important topics, including measure theory, measurable functions, and integration. It offers an abundance of support materials, including helpful illustrations, examples, and problems. To further enhance the learning experience, the author provides a historical context that traces the struggle to define "area" and "area under a curve" that led eventually to Lebesgue measure and integration. Lebesgue Measure and Integration is the ideal text for an advanced undergraduate analysis course or for a first-year graduate course in mathematics, statistics, probability, and other applied areas. It will also serve well as a supplement to courses in advanced measure theory and integration and as an invaluable reference long after course work has been completed.
📒Noise Theory Of Linear And Nonlinear Circuits ✍ J. Engberg
✏Noise Theory of Linear and Nonlinear Circuits Book Summary : Noise theory is continuing to gain momentum as a leading topic. Developments in the field are proving increasingly important to the electronics engineer or researcher specialising in communications and microwave engineering. This text provides a comprehensive overview of noise theory in linear and nonlinear circuits and serves as a practical guide for engineers designing circuits where noise is a significant factor. Features include: A practical approach to the design of noise circuits Graphical representations of noise quantities Definition of all noise quantities for both active and passive circuits Formulae for the conversion of different sets of noise parameters Equations derived for the overall noise parameters of embedded noisy networks Determination of Volterra transfer functions of nonlinear multi-port networks containing multi-dimensional nonlinearities Analysis of noise theory in nonlinear networks based on the multi-port Volterra-series approach Presenting material currently only available in the primary literature, this book serves as an invaluable reference source for advanced students, academics and researchers in the fields of electronics and microwave engineering. The comprehensive coverage will also appeal to communications and microwave engineers in industry.