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Description - Multi-mode/Multi-band RF Transceivers for Wireless Communications by Gernot Hueber

* Summarizes cutting-edge physical layer technologies for multi-mode wireless RF transceivers. * Includes original contributions from distinguished researchers and professionals. * Covers cutting-edge physical layer technologies for multi-mode wireless RF transceivers. * Contributors are all leading researchers and professionals in this field.

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Book Details

ISBN: 9780470277119
ISBN-10: 0470277114
Format: Hardback
(242mm x 161mm x 37mm)
Pages: 608
Imprint: Wiley-Blackwell
Publisher: John Wiley and Sons Ltd
Publish Date: 21-Jan-2011
Country of Publication: United States

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Author Biography - Gernot Hueber

Gernot Hueber earned his PhD at the University of Linz,Austria, in 2006. His thesis was "Advanced Concept and Design ofMulti-Mode/Multi-System Receivers for Cellular Terminal RFICs."Dr.Hueber is head of RF Innovations group at DICE GmbH & Co. KGin Linz, Austria, with main responsibility for the research incellular transceivers. Robert Bogdan Staszewski is a senior design engineer andresearcher with over eighteen years of diverse industrialexperience in microelectronics and communication systems. Dr.Staszewski earned his PhD in electrical engineering at theUniversity of Texas at Dallas, in 2002, for his work on all-digitalPLLs. He is currently Associate Professor at Delft University ofTechnology in the Netherlands. He is an IEEE Fellow.