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Integration of passive RF front end components in SoCs / Hooman Darabi, Ahmad Mirzaei.

By: Darabi, Hooman, 1972-
Contributor(s): Mirzaei, Ahmad
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Cambridge, United Kingdom ; New York, United States : Cambridge University Press, c.2013Description: xii, 190 p. : ill. ; 26 cmISBN: 9780521111263; 0521111269Subject(s): Electric filters, Bandpass | Radio frequency integrated circuits -- Design and construction | Engineering, Electrical January2015Genre/Form: -- Reading book DDC classification: 621.384133
Contents:
Machine generated contents note : Part I. Introduction to Highly Integrated and Tunable RF Receiver Front Ends: 1. Introduction ; 2. Front-end integration challenges and system requirements ; 3. 2G receiver SAW elimination ; 4. 3G receiver SAW elimination ; 5. Summary and conclusions ; Part II. Active Blocker Cancellation Techniques in Receivers : 6. Introduction ; 7. Concept of receiver translational loop ; 8. Non-ideal effects ; 9. Circuit implementations ; 10. Measurement results ; 11. Feedback blocker cancellation techniques ; 12. Summary and conclusions ; Part III. Impedance Transformation : Introduction to the Simplest On-Chip SAW Filter : 13. Introduction; 14. Impedance transformation by a 50 % passive mixer ; 15. Application as on-chip SAW filter ; 16. Impact of harmonics on the sharpness of the proposed filte r; 17. Differential implementation ; 18. Summary and conclusions ; Part IV. Four-Phase High-Q Bandpass Filters : 19. Introduction ; 20. Impedance transformation by a four-phase filter ; 21. Differential implementation of four-phase high-Q bandpass filter ; 22. Application as an on-chip SAW filter ; 23. Impact of harmonics on the sharpness of the proposed filter ; 24. Four-phase high-Q bandpass filter with a complex baseband impedance ; 25. Four-phase high-Q bandpass filter with quadrature RF inputs ; 26. Harmonic upconversion and downconversion ; 27. A SAW-less receiver with on-chip four-phase high-Q bandpass filters ; 28. Summary and conclusions ; Part V. M-Phase High-Q Bandpass Filters : 29. Introduction ; 30. Impedance transformation by M-phase filters ; 31. Differential implementation of M-phase high-Q filter ; 32. Application as an on-chip SAW filter ; 33. Impact of harmonics on the sharpness of the M-phase bandpass filter ; 34. M-phase high-Q filter with complex baseband impedances ; 35. M-phase high-Q bandpass filter with quadrature RF inputs ; 36. M-phase high-Q bandpass filter with N-phase complex bandpass filters ; 37. Harmonic upconversion ; 38. Summary and conclusions ; Part VI. Design of a Superheterodyne Receiver Using M-Phase Filters : 39. Introduction ; 40. Proposed superheterodyne receiver architecture ; 41. Design and implementation of the receiver chain; 42. Measurement results ; 43. Summary and conclusions ; Part VII. Impact of Imperfections on the Performance of M-Phase Filters : 44. Introduction; 45. Mathematical background; 46. LO phase noise ; 47. Second-order nonlinearity in the switches of the bandpass filter ; 48. Quadrature error in the original 50 % duty-cycle clock phases ; 49. Harmonic downconversion ; 50. Thermal noise of switches ; 51. Parasitic capacitors of switches ; 52. Switch charge injection ; 53. Mismatches ; 54. Summary and conclusions; Part VIII. M-Phase Filtering and Duality : 55. Introduction ; 56. Dual of an electrical circuit, dual of a switch ; 57. Dual of M-phase filter, differential implementation of M-phase filter and its dual ; 58. Dual of M-phase high-Q filter with complex baseband impedances ; 59. Summary and conclusions.
Summary: "Examining the most important developments in highly integrated wireless RF front-ends, this book describes and evaluates both active and passive solutions for on-chip high-Q filtering, and explores M-phase filters in depth. An accessible step-by-step approach is used to introduce everything an RF designer needs to know about these filters, including their various forms, principles of operation, and their performance against implementation-related imperfections. Real-world examples are described in depth, and detailed mathematical analyses demonstrate the practical quantification of pertinent circuit parameters"
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Includes appendixes.

Index : p. 185-190.

bibliography : 178-184.

Machine generated contents note : Part I. Introduction to Highly Integrated and Tunable RF Receiver Front Ends: 1. Introduction ; 2. Front-end integration challenges and system requirements ; 3. 2G receiver SAW elimination ; 4. 3G receiver SAW elimination ; 5. Summary and conclusions ; Part II. Active Blocker Cancellation Techniques in Receivers : 6. Introduction ; 7. Concept of receiver translational loop ; 8. Non-ideal effects ; 9. Circuit implementations ; 10. Measurement results ; 11. Feedback blocker cancellation techniques ; 12. Summary and conclusions ; Part III. Impedance Transformation : Introduction to the Simplest On-Chip SAW Filter : 13. Introduction; 14. Impedance transformation by a 50 % passive mixer ; 15. Application as on-chip SAW filter ; 16. Impact of harmonics on the sharpness of the proposed filte r; 17. Differential implementation ; 18. Summary and conclusions ; Part IV. Four-Phase High-Q Bandpass Filters : 19. Introduction ; 20. Impedance transformation by a four-phase filter ; 21. Differential implementation of four-phase high-Q bandpass filter ; 22. Application as an on-chip SAW filter ; 23. Impact of harmonics on the sharpness of the proposed filter ; 24. Four-phase high-Q bandpass filter with a complex baseband impedance ; 25. Four-phase high-Q bandpass filter with quadrature RF inputs ; 26. Harmonic upconversion and downconversion ; 27. A SAW-less receiver with on-chip four-phase high-Q bandpass filters ; 28. Summary and conclusions ; Part V. M-Phase High-Q Bandpass Filters : 29. Introduction ; 30. Impedance transformation by M-phase filters ; 31. Differential implementation of M-phase high-Q filter ; 32. Application as an on-chip SAW filter ; 33. Impact of harmonics on the sharpness of the M-phase bandpass filter ; 34. M-phase high-Q filter with complex baseband impedances ; 35. M-phase high-Q bandpass filter with quadrature RF inputs ; 36. M-phase high-Q bandpass filter with N-phase complex bandpass filters ; 37. Harmonic upconversion ; 38. Summary and conclusions ; Part VI. Design of a Superheterodyne Receiver Using M-Phase Filters : 39. Introduction ; 40. Proposed superheterodyne receiver architecture ; 41. Design and implementation of the receiver chain; 42. Measurement results ; 43. Summary and conclusions ; Part VII. Impact of Imperfections on the Performance of M-Phase Filters : 44. Introduction; 45. Mathematical background; 46. LO phase noise ; 47. Second-order nonlinearity in the switches of the bandpass filter ; 48. Quadrature error in the original 50 % duty-cycle clock phases ; 49. Harmonic downconversion ; 50. Thermal noise of switches ; 51. Parasitic capacitors of switches ; 52. Switch charge injection ; 53. Mismatches ; 54. Summary and conclusions; Part VIII. M-Phase Filtering and Duality : 55. Introduction ; 56. Dual of an electrical circuit, dual of a switch ; 57. Dual of M-phase filter, differential implementation of M-phase filter and its dual ; 58. Dual of M-phase high-Q filter with complex baseband impedances ; 59. Summary and conclusions.

"Examining the most important developments in highly integrated wireless RF front-ends, this book describes and evaluates both active and passive solutions for on-chip high-Q filtering, and explores M-phase filters in depth. An accessible step-by-step approach is used to introduce everything an RF designer needs to know about these filters, including their various forms, principles of operation, and their performance against implementation-related imperfections. Real-world examples are described in depth, and detailed mathematical analyses demonstrate the practical quantification of pertinent circuit parameters"

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