This book and software package introduces a new graphical design method -- mu sigma -- which allows communications and microwave engineers to "center" or adjust the specifications of their designs to achieve the best overall system performance. The author examines the relationship between mu-sigma graphs and the conventional Taguchi methods of quality improvement. He shows how the mu-sigma graph technique uses computer simulation to identify internal system requirements and relate a parameter's mean value to its allowed standard deviation. The book presents methodologies and explores techniques which enable engineers to pinpoint conflicting system requirements, evaluate different architectures, make more informed choices about which circuits to include in a particular design, and develop effective testing strategies. The package includes a CD-ROM with a powerful run-time system simulator, supported by detailed examples. The software calculates confidence...

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