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A 16–18.8-GHz Sub-Integer-N Frequency Synthesizer for 60-GHz Transceivers

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1 Author(s)
Floyd, B.A. ; IBM, Yorktown Heights

An 18-GHz range frequency synthesizer is implemented in 0.13-mum SiGe BiCMOS technology as part of a 60-GHz superheterodyne transceiver chipset. It provides for RF channels of 56.5-64 GHz in 500-MHz steps, and features a phase-rotating multi-modulus divider capable of sub-integer division. Output frequency range from the synthesizer is 16.0 to 18.8 GHz, while the enabled RF frequency range is 3.5 times this, or 55.8 to 65.8 GHz. The measured RMS phase noise of the synthesizer is 0.8deg (1 MHz to 1 GHz integration), while phase noise at 100-kHz and 10-MHz offsets are -90 and -124 dBc/Hz, respectively. Reference spurs are 69 dBc; sub-integer spurs are -65 dBc; and combined power consumption from 1.2 and 2.7 V is 144 mW.

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Solid-State Circuits, IEEE Journal of  (Volume:43 ,  Issue: 5 )

Date of Publication:

May 2008

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