InterDigital Engineers Published in Mobile Handset Book

December 15, 2015 / Wi-Fi, LTE, RF / Posted By: Kelly Capizzi

Tunable RF Components and Circuits: Applications in Mobile Handsets, a recent CRC Press published book, features industry perspective on key tunable technologies and applications including a chapter written by two InterDigital principal engineers – Alpaslan Demir and Tanbir Haque.  

The book intends to give readers a technical introduction to the state of the art in tunable radio frequency components, circuits and applications. It provides a foundational overview that covers tunable RF components ranging from tunable antennas to power amplifier envelope tracking concepts. The book opens with a market overview written by the editor, Jeffrey L. Hilbert, president and founder of WiSpry, Inc., a world leader in tunable RF technology, and features thirteen chapters from multiple contributors that are among the leading practitioners in the field.  

In the chapter titled “Case Study of Tunable Radio Architectures,” Alpaslan and Tanbir provide a system architecture perspective to show how individual tunable RF components are tied together.  The protocol stack interaction has been captured based on a Wi-Fi and LTE coexistence use case.  Combined the two experts provide over 40 years of industry experience focused in RF systems and hardware.   

Click here to learn more and access a preview of the book.