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RF and Baseband Signal Processing
Wireless communication applications are being embedded in different kinds of products to an increasing extent - a development that has highlighted the need for better RF design work. This lack of connectivity can be a major problem, as the need for smaller and cheaper communication devices, such as mobile phones, has increased the need to integrate RF and digital electronics, both at the design level and in end-products.
In principle, the RF design flow consists of three tasks: architecture design, circuit-level design, and physical manufacturing. Circuit simulation is essentially a support function, for verifying that a circuit operates correctly prior to starting manufacturing.

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