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Introduction

  • Viranjay M. Srivastava
  • Ghanshyam Singh
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Part of the Analog Circuits and Signal Processing book series (ACSP, volume 122)

Abstract

With the development of electric telegraph by William Cooke and Charles Wheatstone, the telecommunication technology has been commercialized in 1838 [1]. This technology was rapidly replaced by Samuel Morse, with the introduction of the Morse code in 1844, which reduced the communication into dots and dashes, and listening to the receiver [2]. The wireless technology came to existence in 1901 when Guglielmo Marconi successfully transmitted radio signals across the Atlantic Ocean. The possibility of replacing the telegraphs and telephone communications with wave transmission is an exciting future. However, the two-way wireless communication has been materialized in the military, although it remained limited to one-way radio and television broadcasting by large and expensive stations. The ordinary two-way phone conversations would still go over wires for many decades. The invention of the large-scale integration (LSI) transistor, the development of Shannon’s information theory, and the conception of the cellular system all at Bell Laboratories paved the way for affordable mobile communications.

Keywords

Wireless Local Area Network Insertion Loss CMOS Technology Antenna Selection Device Under Test 
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  • Viranjay M. Srivastava
    • 1
  • Ghanshyam Singh
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  1. 1.Department of Electronics and Communication EngineeringJaypee University of Information TechnologySolanIndia

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