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Design of Digital Phase Shifters for Multipurpose Communication Systems

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December 2019
9788770220941
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    River Publishers
  • Published
    31st December 2019
  • ISBN 9788770220941
  • Language English
  • Pages 300 pp.
  • Size 6" x 9"
$115.00
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August 2019
9788770220934
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  • Publisher
    River Publishers
  • Published
    30th August 2019
  • ISBN 9788770220934
  • Language English
  • Pages 300 pp.
  • Size 6" x 9"
$115.00

Design of Digital Phase Shifters for Multipurpose Communication Systems covers a new emerging need in designing digital phase shifters for modern communication systems.

With the advancement of new generation mobile communication systems, directed beams save a substantial amount of RF-power, and improve the noise immunity. In this regard, beam-forming circuits, namely, digital phase shifters constitute essential parts of the antenna arrays. Therefore, this book is devoted to design of digital phase shifters for various communications systems.

In the good old days, phase shifter design requirements used to demand narrow bandwidth with no physical size constraints. Nowadays, they must be compact and suitable for Very Large Scale Integrated Circuits (VLSI) or Microwave Monolithic Integrated Circuit (MMIC) implementation with Wide Phase Range (WPR) and Wide Frequency Band (WFB).

Since the 1980s, the author has been designing digital phase shifters for various applications. He started to work with loaded lines phase shifters, and then employed branch line couplers to achieve wider frequency bands. In order to reduce the physical size, he used a 3 element Symmetric LC ladder based T or PI configurations. In order to achieve broad frequency band with large phase range, usage of LC lattice structures is inevitable. Lately, the author designed phase shifters using both lowpass and highpass LC ladder and lattice based switched-structures, which are suitable for monolithic implementation. In the course of design, MOS transistors were employed as switching elements. This book includes several novel digital phase shifter topologies, which provides wide phase range and wideband operation.

Technical topics discussed in the book include:

  • Basic Concept of Antenna Arrays
  • Concept of Digital Phase Bit
  • Scattering Parameters to analyze the electric performance of phase shifters
  • Transmission Lines as circuit elements to construct practical phase shifters
  • Loaded Line Digital Phase Shifters (DPS)
  • Lowpass Based T/PI Section DPS
  • Highpass Based T/PI Section DPS
  • 3-Element LC T/PI Section DPS
  • Wide Phase Range, Wide Frequency Band Symmetric Lattice Based DPS
For each topology presented, explicit design equations are provided and programs to assess the electric performance of each topology is developed in a MatLab environment. It is expected that the reader will be self-sufficient to design and implement the digital phase shifters topologies presented in this book.

Fundamentals of Phase Array Antennas, Scattering Parameters as Performance Measure Tools, Transmission Lines as Circuit Elements to design practical phase shifters, Loaded Line Phase Shifters, Symmetric 3 Element LC T/PI Section Digital Phase Shifter Topologies, Wide Phase Range-Wide Frequency Band-Symmetric Lattice-Digital Phase Shifter Topologies for Antenna Arrays, radars, wireless communications systems such as LTE, 5G and Beyond-Wireless Communication Systems

Binboga Siddik Yarman

Binboga Siddik Yarman (Life Fellow, IEEE) received his BSc degree from the Technical University of Istanbul in 1974; his MSc degree from Stevens Institute of Technology, Hoboken, NJ in 1977; and his PhD from Cornell University, Ithaca, NY in 1982. He was a Technical Staff Member of General David Sarnoff Microwave Technology and Research Center (previously RCA Sarnoff Research Center), Princeton, NJ. He has served as Professor, President, and Administrator at various Universities in the USA, Germany, UK, Japan, China, and Turkey. He is one of the founders of the Savronik Group of Companies and the founding chairman of RFT Research & Technology Corporation. He is the inventor/co-inventor of many RF and microwave circuit design methods known as the “real frequency techniques,” digital phase shifters, speech, image, and video encoding/decoding techniques known as “SYMPES” and the originator of the “Sympes-Phone” or in short “Symphone.” He has published more than 300 papers/technical reports and nine books and holds five US and nine Turkish patents including Digital Phase Shifters, Sympes, and Symphone patents.

Dr. Yarman was the recipient of the Young Turkish Scientist Award of the Republic of Turkey (1986), the Technology Award of the Scientific and Research Council of Turkey (1987), the Research Award of the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation of Germany (1987), was selected as the “Man of the Year in Science & Technology” by Cambridge Biography Center, UK (1998), elevated to Fellow grade of IEEE (2004), Member of the New York Academy of Science (1998), and is a Life-Fellow of IEEE, Alexander Von Humboldt Fellow of Germany, and Salzburg Fellow of USIS.

Antenna Arrays
Phase Shifters