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A Fully Integrated, 290 pJ/bit UWB Dual-Mode Transceiver for cm-Range Wireless Interconnects

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4 Author(s)
Gambini, S. ; Berkeley Wireless Res. Center, Berkeley, CA, USA ; Crossley, J. ; Alon, E. ; Rabaey, J.M.

We present an ultra-wideband transceiver designed for ultra-low-power communication at sub-10 cm range. The transceiver operates at a 5.6 GHz carrier frequency, chosen to minimize path loss when using a 1 cm2 antenna, and can switch its architecture between self-synchronous rectification and low-IF to adapt its power consumption to the channel characteristic in real time. A low-power digital circuit exploits redundancy in the modulation scheme to provide a real-time BER estimate used to close the mode-switching loop. Implemented in 65 nm CMOS, the transceiver consumes 25 μW when transmitting and 245 μW when receiving in low-power mode, plus 45 μW in the clock generator, and only requires an external antenna. Dual-mode operation allows range extension and mitigates interference.

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Solid-State Circuits, IEEE Journal of  (Volume:47 ,  Issue: 3 )

Date of Publication:

March 2012

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