A 2.4 GHz Transceiver for Wireless Communications
Advisor: Dr. S. N. Prasad
Wireless communication refers to the new technology of replacing phone
lines by transmitting voice and data through the air at lower microwave
frequencies (2.0 - 4.0 GHz). This frequency band has been allocated by
the FCC for Personal Communication Systems (PCS), Wireless Local Area Networks
(LAN) and wireless television. This Project entails testing and running
Northrop's 2.4 GHz MMIC Transceiver for Wireless Communications. One aspect
of the project entails design and fabrication of a microwave circuit board
to test the Transceiver chip. It also entails design, fabrication and testing
of passive components such as microstrip bandpass filters, power dividers,
and lumped element impedance matching networks. The designs of the circuits
as well as results of test and measurement will be presented.
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