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5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent addition to standard RF circuit design books
If your just starting in the field of
RF design it is better to start off with
a more basic RF text book. I found this more
indepth book an excellent addition to my library
with lots of real world circuit examples
and up to date references. It
contains a glossary explaining every
symbol. Basically everybody in my design
group wants...
Published on Oct. 6 2002

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1.0 out of 5 stars Don't waste your money or time.
This book has all of the usual defects of books from Kluwer Academic Publishers. Acronyms in the text and terms in equations are not defined. Diagrams have errors. It seems to be a cut and paste job with very little systematic development of the subject. Graphs of CAD program outputs are presented with no or very little comment or discussion. There is one case of a...
Published on Aug. 10 2002 by it


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5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent addition to standard RF circuit design books, Oct. 6 2002
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If your just starting in the field of
RF design it is better to start off with
a more basic RF text book. I found this more
indepth book an excellent addition to my library
with lots of real world circuit examples
and up to date references. It
contains a glossary explaining every
symbol. Basically everybody in my design
group wants to borrow it from me.
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1.0 out of 5 stars Don't waste your money or time., Aug. 10 2002
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This book has all of the usual defects of books from Kluwer Academic Publishers. Acronyms in the text and terms in equations are not defined. Diagrams have errors. It seems to be a cut and paste job with very little systematic development of the subject. Graphs of CAD program outputs are presented with no or very little comment or discussion. There is one case of a technical error. A mathematical program output which claims to show the effects of amplifier noise figure really illustrates the beneficial effects of dithering data to overcome the effects of finite word length in FFT calculations.
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