Multi-Standard CMOS Wireless Receivers: Analysis and Design

Xiaopeng Li, Mohammed Ismail, "Multi-Standard CMOS Wireless Receivers: Analysis and Design "
Springer Netherlands | 2002 | ISBN: 1402070322 | 168 pages | File type: PDF | 6,5 mb

Multi-Standard CMOS Wireless Receivers: Analysis and Design is the first book on the subject of multi-standard wireless receivers. It covers both the analysis and design aspects of CMOS radio receivers with primary focus on receivers for mobile terminals. The subject of multi-standard data converter design for base stations is also covered. The book is the first to detail a complete analysis of a multi-standard receiver chain from the antenna to the data converter establishing the design specifications of all blocks in both the radio and mixed-signal parts. The specifications are conveniently tabulated throughout the book and span a level of details from the noise figure and linearity requirements of RF blocks down to such circuit details as, e.g., DC gain, settling behavior, noise and matching requirements of amplifiers (OTAs) in the data converter. Multi-Standard CMOS Wireless Receivers: Analysis and Design serves as a reference for RF IC and mixed-signal designers, wireless receiver system designers, design managers and project leaders in industry, particularly those in the wireless semiconductor industry.

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