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A 5-GHz-band multifunctional BiCMOS transceiver chip for GMSK modulation wireless systems

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6 Author(s)
Madihian, M. ; Wireless Network Technol. Group, NEC Corp., Kawasaki, Japan ; Drenski, T. ; Desclos, L. ; Yoshida, H.
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This paper reports the first multifunctional 0.4-μm BiCMOS-based transceiver chip developed for 5-GHz-band Gaussian minimum-shift keying modulation wireless systems. The chip integrates a low-noise radio-frequency amplifier, a down-mixer, and an intermediate-frequency (IF) amplifier in the down-converter path; an IF amplifier, a limiter, an up-mixer, and a buffer amplifier in the up-converter path; and a frequency doubler and a local oscillator amplifier in the local oscillator path. The chip featuring gain attenuation as well as standby mode operation uses a single 2.6-5.2-V bias voltage and dissipates 56 mW in receive mode and 66 mW in transmit mode. The transceiver chip size is 3.0×2.4 mm2

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Solid-State Circuits, IEEE Journal of  (Volume:34 ,  Issue: 1 )