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Cellular and wireless LAN transceivers: From systems to circuit design

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5 Author(s)
Long, J.R. ; Delft Univ. of Technol., Delft, Netherlands ; Darabi, H. ; Eynde, F.O. ; Razavi, B.
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RF design has matured to the point where almost any wireless standard (e.g., GSM, WiFi, Bluetooth, etc.) and/or multiple standards operating in different bands can be integrated onto a single chip in deep submicron CMOS. This course is an in-depth tutorial that discusses many of the challenges facing the designer of a single-chip radio, and their solutions. The topics addressed in the course range from the system right down to the circuit level, including: system requirements and the demands they place on transceiver circuit specs, the design of RF front-ends with >;100dB dynamic range at GHz frequencies, direct conversion architectures, autocalibration methods, sub-systems robust to substrate/supply coupling and crosstalk, fast responding PLL synthesizers with low spurious content, and the latest `more digital than analog' developments. This course is aimed at circuit designers who are familiar with the basic terminology of RF and mixed-signal/analog circuits and wish to acquire further depth in RF IC design.

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Solid-State Circuits Conference Digest of Technical Papers (ISSCC), 2011 IEEE International

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20-24 Feb. 2011

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