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Advances in Analog and RF IC Design for Wireless Communication Systems

Advances in Analog and RF IC Design for Wireless Communication Systems
  • Author : Gabriele Manganaro,Domine Leenaerts
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2013-05-13
  • Total pages :320
  • ISBN : 9780128064474
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Summary : The recent and dramatic increase in demand for mobile data communication, driven by consumer devices such as smartphones and tablets, is resulting in heightened technical challenges for the wireless infrastructure that lies as a bridge in-between these mobile terminals and the wired network transferring the data between final users. Several challenges arise in the design of the electronics behind the wireless infrastructure access points, or base-stations. This Chapter provides an overview of the present state, challenges and trends in the RF, analog and mixed signal electronics for wireless infrastructure and provides a frame to orient the reader of this book to the following chapters covering the specifics of the technologies involved.

Advances in Analog and RF IC Design for Wireless Communication Systems

Advances in Analog and RF IC Design for Wireless Communication Systems
  • Author : Hooman Darabi
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2013-05-13
  • Total pages :320
  • ISBN : 9780128064481
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Summary : This chapter offers a system-level analysis of advanced RF transceivers intended for use in wireless and particularly mobile applications. An overview of RF cellular standards is presented, followed by a discussion of various radio architectures. The key radio requirements are derived, and translated to circuit specs, giving an overview of a practical top-down radio design. Several radio non-idealities resulting from RF CMOS shortcomings are discussed, and various architectural and calibration techniques are introduced to overcome those. We will also cover more advanced topics such as handset calibration, the evolution to broadband, RF diversity, and next-generation mobile standards and their requirements.

Advances in Analog and RF IC Design for Wireless Communication Systems

Advances in Analog and RF IC Design for Wireless Communication Systems
  • Author : Salvatore Levantino,Carlo Samori
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2013-05-13
  • Total pages :320
  • ISBN : 9780128064511
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Summary : In less than one decade after their introduction into radio-frequency applications, digital fractional-N phase-locked loops (PLLs) have become a relevant topic in microelectronic research and a practical solution for products. In addition to the well-known advantages, such as their silicon area occupation scaling as technology node and their easier portability to new nodes, digital PLLs enable easy and low-cost implementation of calibration techniques, which substantially reduce spurious tones and remove other major analog impairments. In wideband PLLs, the ultimate level of spur performance is often bounded by the time resolution and the linearity of the time-to-digital converter within the digital PLL. Methods for mitigating its nonlinearity such as those based on element randomization and large-scale dithering are discussed. The use of fractional-N dividers based on digital-to-time converters, as a means to relax the design of the time-to-digital converter, is also reviewed. This concept is extended to the limit case of a single-bit time-to-digital converter, which provides best PLL noise–power trade-off with good spur performance.

Advances in Analog and RF IC Design for Wireless Communication Systems

Advances in Analog and RF IC Design for Wireless Communication Systems
  • Author : Gil Engel,Gabriele Manganaro
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2013-05-13
  • Total pages :320
  • ISBN : 9780128064573
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Summary : This chapter discusses the practical application of RF digital-to-analog converters (RF DACs) to communication systems such as cable distribution, wireless communications infrastructure (WIFR) base stations, wireless backhaul, and other such systems. The key specifications that are driving the development of RF DAC technology are reviewed, as are some common radio architectures used to implement those systems. Challenges associated with the design of RF DACs are described, and some trade-offs and possible solutions are discussed. Design considerations of the package and the printed circuit board (PCB) design are reviewed. Measured results of an RF DAC suitable for cable head-end transmitters are presented. The features and performance of RF DACs provide an enabling solution for “Software Defined Radio” (SDR) systems targeted toward multi-carrier, multi-band, multi-standard radio transmitters.

Advances in Analog and RF IC Design for Wireless Communication Systems

Advances in Analog and RF IC Design for Wireless Communication Systems
  • Author : William Redman-White
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2013-05-13
  • Total pages :320
  • ISBN : 9780128064528
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Summary : Mixers are a vital part of any transceiver architecture, and their performance is critical to achieving overall specifications. Although the basic operation is, in principle, a simple multiplication, in reality the circuit level implementation must be tailored to the specific function in the signal chain, and the technology being used. Starting from some of the basic principles, this chapter aims to identify the physical origins of noise and linearity issues, and lay out the design constraints and choices for the mixer function in a modern fully integrated transceiver. With the current prevalence of CMOS, passive mixers are examined as well as the classical current steering active type and their suitability in receive and transmit functions is considered. Enhanced passive and active mixers are also examined, exploiting the I and Q signal path available in complex receiver architectures.

Advances in Analog and RF IC Design for Wireless Communication Systems

Advances in Analog and RF IC Design for Wireless Communication Systems
  • Author : Michael Elliott,Boris Murmann
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2013-05-13
  • Total pages :320
  • ISBN : 9780128064559
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Summary : This chapter provides an overview of design techniques and system aspects relevant to the application of high-speed pipelined ADCs in wireless base transceiver stations (BTS). The discussion begins with a derivation of typical ADC specifications for the receive path of a multi-carrier BTS system. Next, we investigate issues pertaining to the interface between the ADC and its driving circuitry, including complications that arise with sample-and-hold-amplifier-less (SHA-less) ADC frontends. Lastly, we summarize recent research results that look into the digital linearization of dynamic nonlinearities at the ADC’s frontend.

Advances in Analog and RF IC Design for Wireless Communication Systems

Advances in Analog and RF IC Design for Wireless Communication Systems
  • Author : Mustafa Acar,Mark P. van der Heijden,Jawad H. Qureshi
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2013-05-13
  • Total pages :320
  • ISBN : 9780128064504
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Summary : This chapter presents high-efficiency power amplifiers (PAs) for wireless infrastructure. It starts by stating the importance of high efficiency and the historical evolution in base station PA concepts. It then introduces the current solution, the Doherty PA. After explaining the fundamentals of the Doherty PA, a novel implementation achieving more than 35% drain efficiency across a 6dB power back-off range and up to 20W peak power between 1.7 and 2.3GHz is given. Afterwards, a future PA concept, switch-mode outphasing PA, is introduced. Theory and implementation details of a class-E outphasing PA achieving more than 60% drain efficiency across a 6dB power back-off range and up to 19W peak power between 1800 and 2050MHz is explained. By the end of the chapter, an essential part of switch-mode PAs, high voltage (up to 10V) and high frequency (up to 4GHz) drivers are presented.

Advances in Analog and RF IC Design for Wireless Communication Systems

Advances in Analog and RF IC Design for Wireless Communication Systems
  • Author : Richard Schreier,Hajime Shibata
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2013-05-13
  • Total pages :320
  • ISBN : 9780128064542
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Summary : Design concepts and an example of bandpass Delta-Sigma ADCs for wireless receivers are described. Delta-Sigma ADC design involves a variety of choices in the system design phase, such as lowpass vs. bandpass loop filter or, feedback vs. feedforward architecture. In the first half of the chapter, such system decisions are compared and discussed in the context of wireless communication applications. The latter half of the Chapter describes an example bandpass Delta-Sigma ADC design based on the aforementioned discussions. Circuit implementations and measurement results are disclosed in details.

Advances in Analog and RF IC Design for Wireless Communication Systems

Advances in Analog and RF IC Design for Wireless Communication Systems
  • Author : Michael H. Perrott
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2013-05-13
  • Total pages :320
  • ISBN : 9780128064580
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Summary : Time-to-digital converter (TDC) circuits are a key component for achieving high-performance digital phase-locked loops (PLLs) which offer lower area and greater flexibility than their analog PLL counterparts. This chapter focuses on a recently developed TDC architecture known as the gated ring oscillator (GRO) which offers first-order shaping of its quantization noise and delay stage mismatch. To provide context for the GRO discussion, background on general TDC implementation techniques is described along with key performance issues related to digital frequency synthesizers. The GRO concept is then presented, followed by implementation details and measured results. Finally, recent variations on the GRO concept are described such as a MASH TDC structure which achieves higher-order noise shaping and a switched ring oscillator (SRO) TDC which improves robustness to dead zones encountered by the GRO TDC.

Advances in Analog and RF IC Design for Wireless Communication Systems

Advances in Analog and RF IC Design for Wireless Communication Systems
  • Author : Pascal Philippe,Louis Praamsma,Marcel Geurts
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2013-05-13
  • Total pages :320
  • ISBN : 9780128064535
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Summary : This chapter presents one of the first integrated Ku-band downconverters with PLL frequency synthesizer that has widely penetrated the market of low noise blocks (LNBs) for reception of satellite television. It starts with a brief description of the general architecture of a LNB and a presentation of the main requirements for the integrated downconverter and frequency synthesizer. The architecture of the integrated circuit and the design of its building blocks are then presented and discussed in detail. The emphasis is put on the design choices made in the downconverter and the synthesizer for competing in cost and performance with discrete implementations at minimal power consumption. By the end of the chapter, measurement results are reported that illustrate the downconverter performance alone or within a demonstration LNB.

Advances in Analog and RF IC Design for Wireless Communication Systems

Advances in Analog and RF IC Design for Wireless Communication Systems
  • Author : Domine Leenaerts
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2013-05-13
  • Total pages :320
  • ISBN : 9780128064498
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Summary : Radios for cellular wireless infrastructure require low-noise amplifiers (LNAs) with very demanding requirements on noise and linearity performance. So far these amplifiers have been realized in III-V technologies, but for various reasons silicon-based LNAs are needed too. This chapter will explain the challenges in LNA design for this application field.

Advances in Analog and RF IC Design for Wireless Communication Systems

Advances in Analog and RF IC Design for Wireless Communication Systems
  • Author : Kostas Doris,Erwin Janssen,Yu Lin,Athon Zanikopoulos,Alessandro Murroni
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2013-05-13
  • Total pages :320
  • ISBN : 9780128064566
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Summary : This paper reviews recent developments of interleaved Successive Approximation Analog-to-Digital converters (SAR) in deep sub-micron CMOS technologies. The discussion covers design tradeoffs and degrees of freedom related to the impact of extensive interleaving with many SAR units on bandwidth, noise, linearity, and spurious performance. The impact of interleaving mismatches on representative broadband and multi-carrier narrowband signals is also discussed. Next, two examples are given demonstrating how interleaving with many ADCs can be transformed from a weakness to a strength. The first example concerns low spurious performance enabled by redundant SAR converters and randomization of their operation. The second example presents spectral sensing techniques.

Advances in Analog and RF IC Design for Wireless Communication Systems

Advances in Analog and RF IC Design for Wireless Communication Systems
  • Author : Gabriele Manganaro,Domine M W Leenaerts
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2013-05-13
  • Total pages :320
  • ISBN : 9780123983329
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Summary : Advances in Analog and RF IC Design for Wireless Communication Systems gives technical introductions to the latest and most significant topics in the area of circuit design of analog/RF ICs for wireless communication systems, emphasizing wireless infrastructure rather than handsets. The book ranges from very high performance circuits for complex wireless infrastructure systems to selected highly integrated systems for handsets and mobile devices. Coverage includes power amplifiers, low-noise amplifiers, modulators, analog-to-digital converters (ADCs) and digital-to-analog converters (DACs), and even single-chip radios. This book offers a quick grasp of emerging research topics in RF integrated circuit design and their potential applications, with brief introductions to key topics followed by references to specialist papers for further reading. All of the chapters, compiled by editors well known in their field, have been authored by renowned experts in the subject. Each includes a complete introduction, followed by the relevant most significant and recent results on the topic at hand. This book gives researchers in industry and universities a quick grasp of the most important developments in analog and RF integrated circuit design. Emerging research topics in RF IC design and its potential application Case studies and practical implementation examples Covers fundamental building blocks of a cellular base station system and satellite infrastructure Insights from the experts on the design and the technology trade-offs, the challenges and open questions they often face References to specialist papers for further reading

Advances in Monolithic Microwave Integrated Circuits for Wireless Systems: Modeling and Design Technologies

Advances in Monolithic Microwave Integrated Circuits for Wireless Systems: Modeling and Design Technologies
  • Author : Marzuki, Arjuna,Rahim, Ahmad Ismat Abdul,Loulou, Mourad
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2011-08-31
  • Total pages :380
  • ISBN : 9781605668871
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Summary : Monolithic Microwave Integrated Circuit (MMIC) is an electronic device that is widely used in all high frequency wireless systems. In developing MMIC as a product, understanding analysis and design techniques, modeling, measurement methodology, and current trends are essential.Advances in Monolithic Microwave Integrated Circuits for Wireless Systems: Modeling and Design Technologies is a central source of knowledge on MMIC development, containing research on theory, design, and practical approaches to integrated circuit devices. This book is of interest to researchers in industry and academia working in the areas of circuit design, integrated circuits, and RF and microwave, as well as anyone with an interest in monolithic wireless device development.

RF and mm-Wave Power Generation in Silicon

RF and mm-Wave Power Generation in Silicon
  • Author : Hua Wang,Kaushik Sengupta
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2015-12-10
  • Total pages :576
  • ISBN : 9780124095229
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Summary : This book presents the challenges and solutions of designing power amplifiers at RF and mm-Wave frequencies in a silicon-based process technology. It covers practical power amplifier design methodologies, energy- and spectrum-efficient power amplifier design examples in the RF frequency for cellular and wireless connectivity applications, and power amplifier and power generation designs for enabling new communication and sensing applications in the mm-Wave and THz frequencies. With this book you will learn: Power amplifier design fundamentals and methodologies Latest advances in silicon-based RF power amplifier architectures and designs and their integration in wireless communication systems State-of-the-art mm-Wave/THz power amplifier and power generation circuits and systems in silicon Extensive coverage from fundamentals to advanced design topics, focusing on various layers of abstraction: from device modeling and circuit design strategy to advanced digital and mixed-signal architectures for highly efficient and linear power amplifiers New architectures for power amplifiers in the cellar and wireless connectivity covering detailed design methodologies and state-of-the-art performances Detailed design techniques, trade-off analysis and design examples for efficiency enhancement at power back-off and linear amplification for spectrally-efficient non-constant envelope modulations Extensive coverage of mm-Wave power-generation techniques from the early days of the 60 GHz research to current state-of the-art reconfigurable, digital mm-Wave PA architectures Detailed analysis of power generation challenges in the higher mm-Wave and THz frequencies and novel technical solutions for a wide range for potential applications, including ultrafast wireless communication to sensing, imaging and spectroscopy Contributions from the world-class experts from both academia and industry

Microwave Journal

Microwave Journal
  • Author : Anonim
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2007
  • Total pages :229
  • ISBN : UCSD:31822036034064
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Microwave and RF Design of Wireless Systems

Microwave and RF Design of Wireless Systems
  • Author : David M. Pozar
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2000-11-29
  • Total pages :384
  • ISBN : 9780471322825
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Summary : David Pozar, author of Microwave Engineering, Second Edition, has written a new text that introduces students to the field of wireless communications. This text offers a quantitative and, design-oriented presentation of the analog RF aspects of modern wireless telecommunications and data transmission systems from the antenna to the baseband level. Other topics include noise, intermodulation, dynamic range, system aspects of antennas and filter design. This unique text takes an integrated approach to topics usually offered in a variety of separate courses on topics such as antennas and proagation, microwave systems and circuits, and communication systems. This approach allows for a complete presentation of wireless telecommunications systems designs. The author's goal with this text is for the student to be able to analyze a complete radio system from the transmitter through the receiver front-end, and quantitatively evaluate factors. Suitable for a one-semester course, at the senior or first year graduate level. Note certain sections have been denoted as advanced topics, suitable for graduate level courses.

Newsletter

Newsletter
  • Author : Anonim
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :1995
  • Total pages :229
  • ISBN : PSU:000047755550
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Linear CMOS RF Power Amplifiers for Wireless Applications

Linear CMOS RF Power Amplifiers for Wireless Applications
  • Author : Paulo Augusto Dal Fabbro,Maher Kayal
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2010-06-22
  • Total pages :220
  • ISBN : 9048193613
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Summary : Advances in electronics have pushed mankind to create devices, ranging from - credible gadgets to medical equipment to spacecraft instruments. More than that, modern society is getting used to—if not dependent on—the comfort, solutions, and astonishing amount of information brought by these devices. One ?eld that has continuously bene?tted from those advances is the radio frequency integrated c- cuit (RFIC) design, which in its turn has promoted countless bene?ts to the mankind as a payback. Wireless communications is one prominent example of what the - vances in electronics have enabled and their consequences to our daily life. How could anyone back in the eighties think of the possibilities opened by the wireless local area networks (WLANs) that can be found today in a host of places, such as public libraries, coffee shops, trains, to name just a few? How can a youngster, who lives this true WLAN experience nowadays, imagine a world without it? This book dealswith the design oflinearCMOS RF PowerAmpli?ers(PAs). The RF PA is a very important part of the RF transceiver, the device that enables wireless communications. Two important aspects that are key to keep the advances in RF PA design at an accelerate pace are treated: ef?ciency enhancement and frequen- tunable capability. For this purpose, the design of two different integrated circuits realizedina0. 11μmtechnologyispresented,eachoneaddressingadifferentaspect. With respect to ef?ciency enhancement, the design of a dynamic supply RF power ampli?er is treated, making up the material of Chaps. 2 to 4.

IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems

IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems
  • Author : Anonim
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2006
  • Total pages :229
  • ISBN : UIUC:30112081627207
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Advances in Body-Centric Wireless Communication

Advances in Body-Centric Wireless Communication
  • Author : Qammer H. Abbasi,Akram Alomainy,Masood Ur Rehman,Khalid Qaraqe
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2016-05
  • Total pages :451
  • ISBN : 9781849199896
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Summary : Body-centric wireless networking and communications is an emerging 4G technology for short (1-5 m) and very short (below 1 m) range communications systems, used to connect devices worn on (or in) the body, or between two people in close proximity. It has a great potential for applications in healthcare delivery, entertainment, surveillance, and emergency services. This book brings together contributions from a multidisciplinary team of researchers in the field of wireless and mobile communications, signal processing and medical measurements, to present the underlying theory, implementation challenges and applications of this exciting new technology. Topics covered include; diversity and cooperative communications in body area networks ultra-wideband radio channel characterisation for body-centric wireless communication sparse characterisation of body-centric radio channels antenna / human body interactions in the 60 GHz band antennas for ingestible capsule telemetry in vivo wireless channel modelling diversity and MIMO for efficient front-end design of body-centric wireless communications devices on-body antennas and radio channels for GPS applications textile substrate integrated waveguide technology for the next-generation wearable microwave systems ultra-wideband body-centric networks for localisation and motion capture application downscaling to the nano-scale in body-centric nano-networks the road ahead for body-centric wireless communication and networks