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ECE594I notes, M. Rodwell, copyrighted ECE594I Notes set 17: Noise in Mixers nd Frequency Translation and Frequency Translation Mark Rodwell University of California, Santa Barbara rodwell@ece.ucsb.edu 805-893-3244, 805-893-3262 fax
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ECE594I notes, M. Rodwell, copyrighted References and Citations: Devices State - Solid in Noise : Ziel der Van Physics Thermal : Kroemer and Kittel : Citations / Sources g. ngineeri ns ommunicat f rinciple cobs ozencraft ory) (introduct s Principle Signal Random Variables, Random ty, Probabili : Peebles Z. Peyton ive) comprehens (hard, Variables Random and ity Probabil : Papoulis 982 rca tanford ellman artin otes cture robabilit 1982 circa Stanford, Cover, Thomas : notes lecture theory n Informatio Design c Electroni Noise Low : er Motchenbak ng. Engineeri ions Communicat of s Principle : Jacobs & Wozencraft d f t d circuits. in Noise : Notes ns Applicatio tor Linear Semiconduc National 1982 circa Stanford, Hellman, Martin : notes lecture y Probabilit design) receiver (optical Personik & Smith noise), (device by Fukui Papers Kroemer and Kittel Peebles, Jacobs, & Wozencraft Ziel, der Van study. for references Suggested Theory n Informatio of Elements : Williams and Cover ) (! Notes App. Semi. National
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ECE594I notes, M. Rodwell, copyrighted Frequency Translation in Radio Receivers mixers. of effect noise the determine first must we receivers, radio odyne superheter of y sensitivit compute want to we If : Mixers bandwidth receiver the into s frequencie several from noise Translate 2) own their of noise Contribute 1)
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ECE594I notes, M. Rodwell, copyrighted Why Superheterodyne Receivers F) equency termedia o igh om nverted ignal 1918. Armstrong : odyne Superheter equency. O) scillator cal justing y uned adio selection. channel provide IF at the filters tuned - fixed Narrow (IF). frequency te intermedia an to high a from converted is Signal filter. banwidth wide generally response, image rejects filter RF frequency. (LO) oscillator local adjusting by tuned Radio
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