ISSCC 2004 / SESSION 10 / CELLULAR SYSTEMS AND BUILDING BLOCKS / 10.6
10.6
A 10s Fast Switching PLL Synthesizer for a GSM/EDGE Base-Station
involves doubling the contents of the 2nd and 3rd integrators in the 3rd order SDM. The SDM responds to this quickl
Slide from before: Performance Concerns Communication system performance revisited
DC offset Image rejection Quadrature requirements Noise and noise figure Phase noise and Jitter Distortion
Compression Desensitization Cross modulation Intermodulation IP
IEEE JOURNAL OF SOLID-STATE CIRCUITS, VOL. 32, NO. 5, MAY 1997
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A 1.5-V, 1.5-GHz CMOS Low Noise Amplier
Derek K. Shaeffer, Student Member, IEEE, and Thomas H. Lee, Member, IEEE
Abstract A 1.5-GHz low noise amplier (LNA), intended for
use in a global po
Self-Biased, High-Bandwidth, LowJitter 1-to-4096 Multiplier Clock Generator PLL
Based on a presentation by:
John G. Maneatis1, Jaeha Kim1, Iain McClatchie1, Jay Maxey2, Manjusha Shankaradas2 True Circuits, Los Altos, CA1 Texas Instruments, Dallas, TX2
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Phase Noise and Timing Jitter
Phase noise and timing jitter
Phase noise
Measure of spectral density of clock frequency Units: dBc/Hz (decibels below the carrier per Hz) Analog people care about this
Timing Jitter
Measurement of variations in clock tr
Low-Noise Amplifier
1
RF Receiver
Antenna
BPF1
LNA
BPF2
Mixer BPF3 IF Amp
Demodulator
RF front end
LO
2
Low-Noise Amplifier
First gain stage in receiver
Amplify weak signal
Significant impact on noise performance
Dominate input-referred noise of front
IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON MICROWAVE THEORY AND TECHNIQUES, VOL. 52, NO. 5, MAY 2004
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CMOS Low-Noise Amplifier Design
Optimization Techniques
Trung-Kien Nguyen, Chung-Hwan Kim, Gook-Ju Ihm, Moon-Su Yang, and Sang-Gug Lee
AbstractThis paper reviews and analy
IEEE JOURNAL OF SOLID-STATE CIRCUITS, VOL. 36, NO. 5, MAY 2001
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A New Model for Thermal Channel Noise of Deep-Submicron MOSFETS and its Application in RF-CMOS Design
Gerhard Knoblinger, Member, IEEE, Peter Klein, and Marc Tiebout, Member, IEEE
Abstract
Simplified Transceiver
Architecture
Transceiver
Role of a Transmitter
Information
2. add data to carrier
3. shift to high
frequency
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Homework 6, EE507, 2008.
1. Read the paper VCO design; summarize the suggested VCO design approach into a
step by step procedure.
2. Read the paper VCO design; write a paper review. The review should be about half
page long (definitely no more than one pa
Homework 4, EE507, 2008.
1. In class, we graphically described the half IF image problem. In this problem, you are
to mathematically describe the problem. Let the mixer be an ideal mixer followed by
a static nonlinearity with even order distortion. Assume
1. Consider the following circuit. The passive filter is assumed noiseless. An RL is
connected to the output but RL is assumed noiseless in the computation of the system
noise figure. Compute the noise figure of the cascade connection.
2. Consider the fol
Before anything, open Matlab and run demo. Select communication blocksets and play
with the PLL frequency synthesizer, GMSK and MSK demo systems.
Then, build a Simulink model for a GMSK transmitter, simulate it, and compare against
the block provided by M
Quick Tour of Advanced Design System
June 2003
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