Radio Receiver Theory – Chistyakov

In this post we will see the book Radio Receiver Theory by N. BukaA. Falko and N. Chistyakov, which was edited by N. I. Chistyakov.

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About the Book:

This book is a general course on radio receivers as taught in the Soviet Union to all students majoring in radio communications and broadcasting. Those who plan to specialize in radio engineering take an additional course concerned with radio receiver design and operation and based on the present course. For this reason, this book is primarily concerned with the principles underlying radio reception and radio receiver theory and, does not go into circuit and component details.

The authors have widely drawn on related subjects, such as the theory of linear and nonlinear circuits and electron devices, the theory of telecommunications, etc., presumably already taken by the reader as part of his studies.

This book was translated from the Russian by Boris V. Kuznetsov. The book was first published by Mir Publishers in 1990, perhaps making it one of the last ones published by them.

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Contents

Preface 9
Introduction 10

Chapter 1. Receiver Performance CharacferisHcs and Structure 14

1.1. The Receiver as a Part of a Complex System 14
1.2. Block Diagrams of Receivers 16
1.3. The Operating Frequency Range 21
1.4. Noise Immunity of a Receiver 22
1.5. Receiver Sensitivity 25
1.6. Susceptibility of a Receiver to External Disturbances 28
1.7. Noise in Receivers 29
1.8. Frequency Selectivity of a Receiver 35
1.9. The Dynamic Range of a Receiver 38
1.10. Fidelity 39
1.11. Receiver Controls 42
1.12. Receiver Design and Performance Characteristics 42

Chapter 2. Input Circuits of Receivers 45

2.1. Purpose and Characteristics 45
2.2. Receiving Dummy Antennas 47
2.3. Frequency Coverage 48
2.4. Electronic Tuning 51
2.5. Analysis of a Single-Tuned Input Circuit 53
2.6. Input Circuits in Operation with Untuned Antennas 59
2.7. Input Circuits in Operation with Tuned Antennas 65
2.8. Input Circuits for Various Frequency Bands 68

Chapter 3. Radio Signal Amplifiers 71

3.1. Purpose’and Principal Characteristics 71
3.2. Tuned Amplifiers Using Nonreciprocal Elements 71
3.3. General Analysis of the Tuned Amplifier 73
3.4. The Effect of Internal Feedback on the Properties of a Tuned Amplifier 77
3.5. The Condition for the Stability of an Amjjlifier 81
3.6. Ways and Means of Improving the Stability of Tuned Amplifiers 83
3.7. Performance of a Tuned Amplifier over a Frequency Range 87
3.8. The Combined Noise Factor of a Tuned Amplifier Together with Its Input Circuit 90
3.9. Low-Noise Microwave Amplifiers 92
3.10. Intermediate-Frequency Amplifiers with Single-Tuned Stages Tuned to the Same Frequency 95
3.11. The Amplifier with a Double-Tuned Filter 97
3.12. Amplifiers with a Multisection Filter 100
3.13. Alternative Designs of Bandpass Amplifiers 103
3.14. Performance Stability of I.F. Amplifiers 106
3.15. Integrated-Circuit Amplifiers 107

Chapter 4. Frequency Converters and Parametric Amplifiers 108

4.1. General Principles of the Heterodyne Frequency Converter 108
4.2. Ganged Tuning and Tracking 111
4.3. Frequency Conversion Spurious Products 113
4.4. The Image-Compensated Frequency Converter 115
4.5. Double Frequency Conversion 117
4.6. Frequency Converter Types 120
4.7. The Theory of Frequency Conversion by a Non-reciprocal Electron Device 123
4.8. The Balanced Frequency Converter 131
4.9. Whistles in Nonlinear Frequency Conversion 134
4.10. The Diode Frequency Converter 135
4.11. The Resistive Diode Frequency Converter 142
4.12. Sources of Noise in a Frequency Converter 146
4.13. The Balanced Diode Frequency Converter 150
4.14. The Capacitive Frequency Converter 153
4.15. Regenerative Amplification 155
4.16. Parametric Amplifier Types 157
4.17. Sources of Noise in the Single-Tuned-Circuit Parametric
Amplifier 161
4.18. The Gain of an Amplifier with a Circulator 164

Chapter 5. Radio-Signai Detectors 165

5.1. Detector Types and Key Characteristics of Amplitude-Modulation Detectors 165
5.2. Types of Amplitude-Modulation Detectors 167
5.3. Weak-Signal Detection Theory 171
5.4. Diode Detection of Strong Signals 173
5.5. Distortion in Diode Detection of Strong Signals 176
5.6. Pulse Signal Detection 181
5.7. Amplitude Limiters 182
5.8. Phase Detectors 185
5.9. Phase Detector Types 187
5.10. Principles of Frequency Detection 193
5.11. Types of Frequency Detectors (Discriminators) 193

Chapter 6. Manual and Automatic Receiver Controls and Indicators 204

6.1. Purpose and Types of Manual and Automatic Controls 204
6.2. Automatic Gain Control: Types and Characteristics 206
6.3. Methods of Gain Control 211
6.4. Examples of Practical AGC Circuits 215
6.5. Basic Variables and Characteristics of Reverse AGC 217
6.6. Transients in a Receiver with AGC 220
6.7. Frequency Control and Phase-Locked Loops 226
6.8. Automatic Frequency Control 230
6.9. The Frequency Correction Factor 236
6.10. Transients in Automatic Frequency Control 237
6.11. Phase-Locked Loops 239
6.12. Automatic Search Tuning 243
6.13. Heterodyne (Injection) Frequency Synthesizers 244
6.14. Digital Frequency Indication and Digital Fpequency Control 250
6.15. The Use of Microprocessors in Automatic Tuning 254
6.16. Bandwidth Control 257
6.17. Touch Controls 260

Chapter 7. Radio Noise and Interierence and Their Suppression 263

7.1. Classification and General Characterization 263
7.2. Man-Made Noise 2i7
7.3. Unintentional Radio-Station Interference 268
7.4. Noise Immunity of Radio Reception as a Complex Problem 269
7.5. A General Outline of Noise and Interference Control in Radio Receivers 278
7.6. Interference Suppression by Cancellation 280
7.7. Receiver Protection Against Overload due to Disturbances 282
7.8. Space and Polarization Signal Discrimination 283
7.9. Frequency Signal Discrimination 283
7.10. Time Discrimination and Signal Averaging 286
7.11. Amplitude Selection 287
7.12. Diversity Reception 289
7.13. Adaptive Radio Links 291

Chapter 8. Reception of AM Signais 293

8.1. Amplitude-Modulated Signals in the Transmission Medium 293′
8.2. AM Signals ia the Linear Section of a Receiver 297
8.3. Distortion of the AM Signal in the Predetector Section of a Receiver 300
8.4. Blocking Interference and Cross Modulation 301
8.5. Intermodulation Interference 304
8.6. Detection of AM Signals in the Presence of AM Interference 305
8.7. The Stenode Receiver and Synchronous Detection 309
8.8. Impulse Noise Limiting in AM Receivers 313
8.9. Reception of Double-Sideband Suppressed-Carrier Signals 314
8.10. Reception of Single-Sideband Signals 316
8.11. Reception of Digital AM Signals 320

Chapter 9. RecepHon of Angle-Moduiated Signals 322

9.1. Distortion of FM Signals due to Multipath  Propagation 322
9.2. FM Signals in the Linear Section of a Receiver 326
9.3. Nonlinear Distortion in the Detection of FM Signals 330
9.4. Detection of FM Signals in the Presence of Noise and Interference 331
9.5. Threshold Reduction in FM Receivers  337
9.6. Reception of Digital Messages in FM Systems 339
9.7. Reception of Phase-Shift-Keyed Signals 342

Chapter 10. An Outline of Various Receiver Types 346

10.1. Signals Used in Radio Communication and  Broadcasting 346
10.2. Sound Broadcast Receivers 347
10.3. Stereophonic Receivers 349
10.4. HF Broadcast Receivers 353
10.5. Television Receivers 355
10.6. Long-Distance Communication Receiving Systems 358
10.7. Point-to-Point Radio Receivers 361
10.8. Low-Noise Receivers 363
10.9. General Trends in Receiver Automation and Optimization 363

Conclusion 369

Index 371

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5 Responses to Radio Receiver Theory – Chistyakov

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