Analog-Baseband Architectures And Circuits For Multistandard And Low-Voltage Wireless Transceivers - Mak Pui-In; U Seng Pan Ben; Martins Rui Paulo | Libro Springer Netherlands 09/2007 -

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Analog-Baseband Architectures and Circuits for Multistandard and Low-Voltage Wireless Transceivers

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Lingua: Inglese
Pubblicazione: 09/2007
Edizione: 2007


Dedication. Preface. Acknowledgements. List of Abbreviations. 1: Introduction. 1.1. Evolution of wireless communications. 1.2. Wireless-IC developments – design challenges and future prospects. 1.3. Research objectives. References. 2: Transceiver Architecture Selection – Review, State-of-the-Art Survey and Case Study. 2.1. Introduction. 2.2. Receiver (RX) architectures. 2.3. Transmitter (TX) architectures. 2.4. RX and TX architectures for modern wireless communication systems. 2.5. Survey of the state-of-the-art works for modern wireless standards. 2.6. Case study. 2.7. Summary. References. 3: Two-Step Channel Selection – A Technique for Multistandard Transceiver Front-Ends. 3.1. Introduction. 3.2. Conventional and proposed channel-selection schemes. 3.3. Low-IF/zero-IF reconfigurable receiver design. 3.4. Direct-up/two-step-up reconfigurable transmitter design. 3.5. Reconfigurable IF AFE design. 3.6. Summary. References. 4: System Design of a SiP Receiver for IEEE 802.11a/b/g WLAN. 4.1. Introduction. 4.2. System design. 4.3. Translating the 802.11a, b and g standards to receiver design specification. 4.4. Gain plan. 4.5. Specification of analog baseband. 4.6. ADC requirement. 4.7. Summary. References. 5: Low-Voltage Analog-Baseband Techniques. 5.1. Introduction. 5.2. OpAmp. 5.3. CT level shifter. 5.4. Linear R-to-I converter. 5.5. CT CMFB. 5.6. Current switch. 5.7. MOS Capacitor. 5.8. Inside-OpAmp dc-offset canceler (DOC). 5.9. Series-switching mixer-quad, multi-phase I/Q generator and CSF (co-design). 5.10. SCR programmable-gain amplifier. 5.11. Techniques reusability in advanced technology nodes. 5.12. Summary. References. 6: An Experimental 1-V SiP Receiver Analog-Baseband IC for IEEE 802.11a/b/g WLAN. 6.1. Introduction. 6.2. Receiver architecture. 6.3. Simulation methodology. 6.4.Circuit implementation. 6.5. Simulation results. 6.6. Silicon implementation and test strategy. 6.7. Experimental results. 6.8. Summary. References. 7: Conclusions. 7.1. Concluding remarks. 7.2. Benchmarks. 7.3. Recommendations for future work. References.


The prospect of initializing a network-ubiquitous society in the years to come has led to the development of multistandard-compliant wireless transceivers for seamless roaming among multiple networks. To ensure a commercial success of such a development, the manufacturing cost and power consumption of the system chips have to be minimized. The use of an advanced technology and a high level of integration have continued to be the most effective ways for cost and power minimization, given that wireless chips integrate large amounts of digital logic for computation. Regrettably, entering into the nanoelectronics era, the thinner transistor gate oxide implicates great challenges in the design of the analog front-ends. While a low-voltage supply is imposed to maintain device reliability, a relatively large threshold voltage is also necessitated to limit the leakage current. Thus, transceiver architectures and circuits which will befit future full integration of multistandard wireless transceivers in sub-1V nanoscale CMOS processes must be highly reconfigurable and robustly operational underneath a l- voltage supply. This book presents novel analog-baseband architectures and circuits that help realizing multistandard and low-voltage wireless transceivers. The main contents are presented from Chapter 2 to Chapter 6, as pictorially outlined in Figure 1. Chapter 1 overviews the current wireless-IC developments and presents the motivation and research objectives of this book. xi xii Preface Figure 1.

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Condizione: Nuovo
Collana: Analog Circuits and Signal Processing
Dimensioni: 235 x 155 mm Ø 1030 gr
Formato: Copertina rigida
Pagine Arabe: 178
Pagine Romane: xxii

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