Modern transceiver systems require diversified design aspects as various radio and sensor applications have emerged. Choosing the right architecture and understanding interference and linearity issues are important for multi-standard cellular transceivers and software-defined radios. A millimeter-wave complementary metal–oxide–semiconductor (CMOS) transceiver design for multi-Gb/s data transmission is another challenging area. Energy-efficient short-range radios for body area networks and sensor networks have recently received great attention. To meet different design requirements, gaining good system perspectives is important.
Wireless Transceiver Circuits: System Perspectives and Design Aspects offers an in-depth look at integrated circuit (IC) design for modern transceiver circuits and wireless systems. Ranging in scope from system perspectives to practical circuit design for emerging wireless applications, this cutting-edge book:
- Provides system design considerations in modern transceiver design
- Covers both systems and circuits for the millimeter-wave transceiver design
- Introduces four energy-efficient short-range radios for biomedical and wireless connectivity applications
- Emphasizes key building blocks in modern transceivers and transmitters, including frequency synthesizers and digital-intensive phase modulators
Featuring contributions from renowned international experts in industry and academia, Wireless Transceiver Circuits: System Perspectives and Design Aspects makes an ideal reference for engineers and researchers in the area of wireless systems and circuits.
Table of Contents
System Design Perspectives
Analysis, Optimization, and Design of Transceivers with Passive Mixers; Ahmad Mirzaei and Hooman Darabi
Receiver IP2 Variability; Sven Mattisson
Mitigation of Performance Degradation in Radio Receiver Front Ends from Out-of-Band Interference; Ranjit Gharpurey
Interference Filtering with On-Chip Frequency-Translated Filters in Wireless Receivers; Hooman Darabi and Ahmad Mirzaei
Analog Signal Processing for Reconfigurable Receiver Front Ends; Bodhisatwa Sadhu and Ramesh Harjani
Design Considerations for Direct Delta-Sigma Receivers; Jussi Ryynänen, Kimmo Koli, Kim Östman, Mikko Englund, Olli Viitala, and Kari Stadius
60 GHz CMOS Transceiver Chipset for Mobile Devices; Koji Takinami, Takayuki Tsukizawa, Naganori Shirakata, and Noriaki Saito
Ultrahigh-Speed Wireless Communication with Short-Millimeter-Wave CMOS Circuits; Minoru Fujishima
Photonics-Enabled Millimeter-Wave Wireless Systems; Jeffrey A. Nanzer, Timothy P. McKenna, and Thomas R. Clark, Jr.
CMOS Millimeter-Wave PA Design; Kai Kang, Dong Chen, and Kaizhe Guo
Millimeter-Wave Frequency Multiplier with Performance Enhancement; Chiennan Kuo
Biomedical and Short-Range Radios
CMOS UWB Transceivers for Short-Range Microwave Medical Imaging; Andrea Bevilacqua
Ultralow-Power RF Systems and Building Blocks; Mahdi Parvizi, Karim Allidina, and Mourad El-Gamal
Energy-Efficient High Data Rate Transmitter for Biomedical Applications; Chun-Huat Heng and Yuan Gao
Design and Implementation of Ultralow-Power ZigBee/WPAN Receiver; Zhicheng Lin, Pui-In Mak, and Rui P. Martins
Modulators and Synthesizers
All-Digital Phase-Locked Loops for Linear Wideband Phase Modulation; Salvatore Levantino, Giovanni Marzin, and Carlo Samori
Hybrid Phase Modulators with Enhanced Linearity; Ni Xu, Woogeun Rhee, and Zhihua Wang
Low-Noise PLL-Based Frequency Synthesizer; Youngwoo Jo, Dongmin Park, Pyoungwon Park, and SeongHwan Cho
Low-Phase Noise Quadrature Frequency Synthesizer for 60 GHz Radios; Wei Deng, Teerachot Siriburanon, Ahmed Musa, Kenichi Okada, and Akira Matsuzawa
Digitally Controlled Oscillators for Wireless Applications; Chih-Ming Hung
Woogeun Rhee holds a B.S. from Seoul National University, South Korea; M.S. from the University of California, Los Angeles, USA; and Ph.D. from the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, USA. Previously, Dr. Rhee was with Conexant Systems, Newport Beach, California, USA, and the IBM Thomas J. Watson Research Center, Yorktown Heights, New York, USA. In August 2006, he joined the Institute of Microelectronics at Tsinghua University, Beijing, China. He holds 19 U.S. patents, has edited numerous scientific journals, and is a member of the Technical Program Committee for the IEEE ISSCC and the IEEE A-SSCC.
"This book is great for academic professionals and researchers working in multiple areas of wireless transceivers, since the coverage is comprehensive."
—Chih-Ming Hung, MediaTek Inc., Hsinchu, Taiwan