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Design and analysis of integrated Built-in-Sensors for wireless reconfigurable applications

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2 Author(s)
Bilal Elkassir ; NXP-Semiconductors, Campus EffiScience, Esplanade Anton Philips 14906, Colombelles Caen - France ; Sidina Wane

In this paper design, analysis and fabrication of On-Chip Built-in-Sensors for wireless reconfigurable applications are presented. Feasibility of On-Chip Built-in-Sensors is investigated through realization of scalable LNA gain. The scalability of the LNA gain is digitally controlled by attenuators (implemented using two options: MOS and Bipolar switches). Novel automatic oscillation amplitude control of VCO-PLL systems implemented as Built-in-Self-Sensor is proposed. The Built-in-Sensor circuits are realized using NXP SiGe:C technology and characterized based on careful correlation between predicted simulation results and experimental verifications.

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Microwave Integrated Circuits Conference (EuMIC), 2012 7th European

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29-30 Oct. 2012