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A CMOS IF transceiver with reduced analog complexity

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6 Author(s)
T. Paulus ; Crystal Semicond. Corp., Austin, TX, USA ; S. S. Somayajula ; T. A. Miller ; B. Trotter
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Signal processing techniques are used to minimize the analog complexity in an intermediate-frequency (IF) transceiver. The receiver digitizes the IF signal directly by subsampling and complex bandpass delta-sigma modulation. A new loop filter is proposed for use in the complex delta-sigma. Digital demodulation and filtering are then used to extract the baseband information. The transmit section converts baseband to IF through an all-digital signal path. A bandpass delta-sigma modulator quantizes the digital IF signal to 1 bit in order to simplify the IF output digital-to-analog converter/driver. The output driver provides analog finite impulse response filtering for quantization noise

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IEEE Journal of Solid-State Circuits  (Volume:33 ,  Issue: 12 )