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River Publishers Series in Communications Series

Design of Digital Phase Shifters for Multipurpose Communication Systems Edition 2

with MATLAB Design and Analysis Programs

Hardback
January 2022
9788770223812
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    River Publishers
  • ISBN 9788770223812
  • Language English
  • Pages 650 pp.
  • Size 6" x 9"
$130.00
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January 2022
9788770223805
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  • Publisher
    River Publishers
  • ISBN 9788770223805
  • Language English
  • Pages 650 pp.
  • Size 6" x 9"
$130.00

This book 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 of antenna arrays save a substantial amount of power as well as improve the communication quality. In this regard, beam-forming circuits such as digital phase shifters (DPS) constitute essential parts of the antenna array systems. Therefore, this book is devoted to the design of digital phase shifters for various communications systems. Nowadays, phase array systems demand compact phase shifters suitable for chip implementation with wide phase-range and broad frequency band. Each chapter of this book is organized as stand-alone in such a way that the reader requires no specific background acquired from the other chapters. For each phase shifter topology introduced in this book, the reader is furnished with explicit design equations to construct the circuit under consideration. Furthermore, design equations are programmed using MATLAB to assess the electrical performance of the phase shifters with ideal and lossy components. MATLAB design programs are given at the end of each chapter as appendices and provided as soft copy on the web page of the book. In chapters 12 and 14, MMIC layouts for the lattice and T-section based DPS are provided for the readers. It is hoped that an interested reader can immediately identify the “optimum phase shifter topology” for the need under consideration with its estimated electric performance.

Fundamentals of Digital Phase Shifters, Antennas, Arrays, Beam Forming and Beam Steering, Scattering Parameters for Lossless Two-Ports, Transmission lines as Phase Shifter, Loaded Line Digital Phase Shifters, Symmetric T/PI-Sections as Phase Shifters, 180° Lowpass Based T-Section Digital Phase Shifter Topology (LPT-DPS), 180° Lowpass Based PI-Section Digital Phase Shifter Topology (LPI-DPS), 180° High Pass Based T-Section Digital Phase Shifter Topology (HPT-DPS), A Symmetric Lattice Based Wide Band–Wide Phase Range Digital Phase Shifter Topology, 360° T-Section Digital Phase Shifter, 360° PI-Section Digital Phase Shifter, 180° High pass Based PI-Section Digital Phase Shifter, A Wide Phase Range Compact T-Section Digital Phase Shifter Topology

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 Array Systems; Smart Antennas; Analog Phase Shifters; Digital Phase Shifters; Loaded Line Phase Shifters; Lattice Phase Shifters; Lowpass/Highpass T/PI-Section Phase Shifters