Advanced concepts for wireless communications offer a vision of technology that is embedded in our surroundings and practically invisible, but present whenever required. Although the use of deep submicron CMOS processes allows for an unprecedented degree of scaling in digital circuitry, it complicates the implementation and integration of traditional RF circuits. The requirement for long operating life under limited energy supply also poses severe design constraints, particularly in critical applications in commerce, healthcare, and security. These challenges call for innovative design solutions at the circuit and system levels. Low Power Emerging Wireless Technologies addresses the crucial scientific and technological challenges for the realization of fully integrated, highly efficient, and cost-effective solutions for emerging wireless applications.
Get Insights from the Experts on Wireless Circuit Design
The book features contributions by top international experts in wireless circuit design representing both industry and academia. They explore the state of the art in wireless communication for 3G and 4G cellular networks, millimeter-wave applications, wireless sensor networks, and wireless medical technologies. The emphasis is on low-power wireless applications, RF building blocks for wireless applications, and short-distance and beam steering. Topics covered include new opportunities in body area networks, medical implants, satellite communications, automobile radar detection, and wearable electronics.
Exploit the Potential behind Emerging Green Wireless Technologies
A must for anyone serious about future wireless technologies, this multidisciplinary book discusses the challenges of emerging power-efficient applications. Written for practicing engineers in the wireless communication field who have some experience in integrated circuits, it is also a valuable resource for graduate students.
Large Signal and Small Signal Building Blocks for Cellular Infrastructure
Mustafa Acar, Jos Bergervoet, Mark van der Heijden, Domine Leenaerts, and Stefan Drude
Efficient MIMO Receiver Design for Next Generation Wireless Systems
Ji-Woong Choi, Hyukjoon Kwon, Jungwon Lee, and Inyup Kang
A Low Noise, Low Distortion Radio Design
Ahmet Tekin and Hassan Elwan
Radio Frequency (RF) Radiation Exposure and Health
Hubregt J. Visser
Multifunctional Software-Defined Radar Sensors for Detection, Imaging, and Navigation
Dmitriy Garmatyuk, Kyle Kauffman, Y. T. (Jade) Morton, and John Raquet
Ultrawide Bandwidth Radio Frequency Identification and Localization
Passive Imaging in Silicon Technologies
Ultralow Power Radio Design for Emerging Healthcare Applications
Maja Vidojkovic, Li Huang, Julien Penders, Guido Dolmans, and Harmke de Groot
Ultralow Power Techniques in Small Autonomous Implants and Sensor Nodes
Benoit Gosselin, Sébastien Roy, and Farhad Sheikh Hosseini Lori
An Open-Loop Multiphase Local-Oscillator Generation Technique
Kai-Fai Un, Pui-In Mak, and Rui P. Martins
On-Chip Accelerometers Using Bondwire Inertial Sensing
Yu-Te Liao, William Biederman, and Brian Otis
Design of a Frequency-Shift-Based CMOS Magnetic Sensor Array for Point-of-Care (PoC) Biomolecular Diagnosis Applications
Hua Wang and Ali Hajimiri
Receiver Front Ends with Robustness to Process Variations
Pooyan Sakian Dezfulio, Reza Mahmoudi, and Arthur van Roermund
"This book focuses on the state of the art in wireless communication for 3G/4G cellular telephones, millimeter-wave applications, wireless sensor networks, and wireless medical technologies. Many new and exciting areas in satellite communications, automobile radar detection, wearable electronics, body area networks, and medical applications are discussed. ... This is an interesting book for those wanting to know more about emerging trends and technologies in low power wireless communications. ... It covers a variety of topics that will appeal to a broad audience, and is intended for engineers with some integrated circuit background in the wireless communication field. It could also be used as supplementary material in a graduate-level course."
--John J. Shea, IEEE Electrical Insulation Magazine, May/June 2014 - Vol. 30, No. 3