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Ultra-Low Power FM-UWB Transceivers for IoT

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February 2020
9788770221443
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    River Publishers
  • Published
    3rd February
  • ISBN 9788770221443
  • Language English
  • Pages 170 pp.
  • Size 6" x 9"
$115.00
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January 2020
9788770221436
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  • Publisher
    River Publishers
  • Published
    30th January
  • ISBN 9788770221436
  • Language English
  • Pages 170 pp.
  • Size 6" x 9"
$115.00

Over the past two decades we have witnessed the increasing popularity of the Internet of Things. The vision of billions of connected objects, able to interact with their environment, is the key driver directing the development of future communication devices. Today, power consumption as well as the cost and size of radios remain some of the key obstacles towards fulfilling this vision.

Ultra-Low Power FM-UWB Transceivers for IoT presents the latest developments in the field of low power wireless communication. It promotes the FM-UWB modulation scheme as a candidate for short range communication in different IoT scenarios. The FM-UWB has the potential to provide exactly what is missing today. This spread spectrum technique enables significant reduction in transceiver complexity, making it smaller, cheaper and more energy efficient than most alternative options.

The book provides an overview of both circuit-level and architectural techniques used in low power radio design, with a comprehensive study of state-of-the-art examples. It summarizes key theoretical aspects of FM-UWB with a glimpse at potential future research directions. Finally, it gives an insight into a full FM-UWB transceiver design, from system level specifications down to transistor level design, demonstrating the modern power reduction circuit techniques.

Ultra-Low Power FM-UWB Transceivers for IoT is a perfect text and reference for engineers working in RF IC design and wireless communication, as well as academic staff and graduate students engaged in low power communication systems research.

Study of low power radios; FM-UWB principles and applications; FM-UWB receiver architectures; Circuits and systems for FM-UWB transceivers; Characterization of FM-UWB Transceivers

Vladimir Kopta

Vladimir Kopta is with CSEM SA, Switzerland.    

Christian Enz

Christian Enz is with EPFL, Switzerland.

IoT, WSN, FM, low-power, UWB, wideband, CMOS, RF, circuits, analog