Skip to content
You are not logged in |Login  
Limit search to available items
Record:   Prev Next
More Information
Author Llamas-Garro, Ignacio, author.

Title Frequency measurement technology / Ignacio Llamas-Garro, Marcos Tavares de Melo, Jung-Mu Kim.

Publication Info. Boston, MA : Artech House, [2018]

Item Status

Description 1 online resource : illustrations.
Series Artech microwave library
Artech House microwave library.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Summary This unique first-of-its-kind resource provides practical coverage of the design and implementation of frequency measurement receivers, which aid in identifying unknown signals. The technologies used in frequency measurement interferometry-based on-delay lines and filters are explored in this book. Practitioners also find concrete examples of microwave photonics implementations. The designs and concepts that cover conventional photonic instantaneous frequency measurement (IFM) circuits are explained. This book provides details on new designs for microwave photonic circuits and reconfigurable frequency measurement (RFM) circuits using diodes and MicroElectroMechanical Systems (MEMS).n nThis book explains the many diverse applications of frequency measurement that are used in defense, radar, and communications. The instrumentation used to perform frequency measurements is explained, including the use of block analysis for network and spectrum analyzers and calibration techniques. Readers learn the advantages of using frequency measurement based on microwave/RF techniques, including immunity to electromagnetic interference, low loss, compatibility with fiber signal distribution, and parallel processing signals. Moreover, readers gain insight into the future of frequency measurement receivers. The book examines both the underpinnings and the implementation of frequency measurement receivers using many diverse technological platforms. Publisher abstract.
Contents Frequency Measurement Technology; Contents; Preface; Chapter 1 Frequency Measurement Fundamentals; 1.1 OVERVIEW; 1.2 INTRODUCTION TO RF/MICROWAVE FREQUENCY MEASUREMENT; 1.2.1 RF/microwave Measurement Theory; 1.2.2 Frequency Measurement Instrumentation; 1.2.3 Frequency Detection Architectures; References; Chapter 2 Instantaneous Frequency Measurement; 2.1 OVERVIEW; 2.2 INTRODUCTION TO INSTANTANEOUS FREQUENCY MEASUREMENT; 2.3 IFM RECEIVERS; 2.3.1 Analog Frequency Discriminators; 2.3.2 Digital Frequency Discriminators; 2.4 IFM DESIGNS; 2.4.1 IFM Using Interferometers Based on Delay Lines.
2.4.2 IFM Using Multiband-stop Filters2.5 CONCLUSIONS AND FUTURE WORK; References; Chapter 3 Reconfigurable Frequency Measurement; 3.1 OVERVIEW; 3.2 INTRODUCTION TO RFM; 3.3 RFM RECEIVER ARCHITECTURES; 3.3.1 Block Diagrams and Components of an RFM Receiver; 3.3.2 A Comparison between IFM and RFM; 3.3.3 Elements for Reconfiguration; 3.4 RFM DESIGNS; 3.4.1 RFM Using PIN Diodes with 2 Bits for Frequency Identification; 3.4.2 RFM Using PIN Diodes with 4 Bits for Frequency Identification; 3.5 CONCLUSIONS; References; Chapter 4 Photonic Instantaneous Frequency Measurement; 4.1 OVERVIEW.
4.2 INTRODUCTION TO RF/MICROWAVE FREQUENCY MEASUREMENT4.3 IFM PRINCIPLE; 4.3.1 Electronic IFM; 4.3.2 Photonic IFM; 4.4 IFM BASED ON OPTICAL INTERFEROMETRY; 4.4.1 IFM Based on Noncoherent Optical Delays; 4.4.2 IFM Based on Coherent Optical Delays; 4.5 IFM BASED ON POLARIZATION EFFECTS; 4.5.1 IFM Based on Measurement of Stokes Parameters; 4.5.2 IFM Based on Polarization Interferometers; 4.5.3 IFM Based on Polarization Modulator and Polarization Adjustments; 4.5.4 IFM Based on Polarization Modulators and Modulation Bias Adjustments; 4.5.5 IFM Based on Polarization Modulator and Dispersion.
4.5.6 IFM Based on Polarization Microwave Photonic Filter Pairs4.6 IFM BASED ON OPTICAL FILTERING; 4.6.1 IFM Based on Mach-Zehnder Interferometer Optical Filters; 4.6.2 IFM Based on Ring-resonator Optical Filters; 4.6.3 IFM Based on the Bragg Grating Optical Filters; 4.7 IFM BASED ON FREQUENCY TO TIME MAPPING; 4.7.1 Single RF Signal Measurement; 4.7.2 Multiple RF Signal Measurement; 4.8 IFM BASED ON OPTICAL MIXING; 4.8.1 IFM Based on Optoelectrical Mixing; 4.8.2 IFM Based on All Optical Mixing; 4.9 IFM BASED ON STIMULATED BRILLOUIN SCATTERING.
4.9.1 Stimulated Brillouin Scattering in Optical Fibers4.9.2 IFM Based on SBS Resonance Shift; 4.9.3 IFM Based on SBS Resonance and Channelizing Probe Array; 4.9.4 IFM Based on SBS Resonance Channelizers; 4.10 OTHER PHOTONIC IFM APPROACHES; 4.10.1 IFM Based on Microwave Photonic Filters; 4.10.2 IFM Based on Quadrature Optical Filter Pairs; 4.10.3 IFM Based on a Bank of Offset Optical Filters; 4.10.4 IFM Based on Phase to Intensity Modulation Conversions; 4.10.5 IFM Based on Photonic Assisted Samplings and Downconversions; 4.11 DISCUSSION; 4.12 CONCLUSION; References; About the Authors; Index.
Local Note eBooks on EBSCOhost EBSCO eBook Subscription Academic Collection - North America
Subject Microwaves -- Measurement.
Microwave devices.
Frequency response (Electrical engineering)
Genre/Form Electronic books.
Added Author Melo, Marcos Tavares de, author.
Kim, Jung-Mu, author.
Other Form: Print version: Llamas-Garro, Ignacio. Frequency measurement technology. Boston, MA : Artech House, [2018] 9781630811716 1630811718 (OCoLC)1021057371
ISBN 9781630815165 (electronic bk.)
1630815160 (electronic bk.)