Metric Wave Transmit and Receive Techniques

  • Jianqi WuEmail author


The rapid development of semiconductor industry brings along the revolution of information technology. The digitalization is becoming a trend of information technology. In the radio technology areas of communication, radar, electronic warfare, and etc., the software radio model proposed by J. Mitola is the target promoted by digitalization technique. In the software radio system, A/D and D/A are required to approach to antenna as close as possible and the software is used to realize various functions on a general platform, emphasizing the programmability and the software redefinability. On this basis, the America initiated the SPEAKEASY plan, which realized the multimode and multiband speaking among its armed forces.


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.China Electronics Technology Group CorporationHefeiChina

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