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RF CMOS Oscillators for Modern Wireless Applications

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November 2019
9788793609495
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    River Publishers
  • Published
    6th November
  • ISBN 9788793609495
  • Language English
  • Pages 250 pp.
  • Size 6" x 9"
$110.00
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November 2019
9788793609488
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    River Publishers
  • ISBN 9788793609488
  • Language English
  • Pages 250 pp.
  • Size 6" x 9"
$82.50

While mobile phones enjoy the largest production volume ever of any consumer electronics products, the demands they place on radio-frequency (RF) transceivers are particularly aggressive, especially on integration with digital processors, low area, low power consumption, while being robust against process-voltage-temperature variations. Since mobile terminals inherently operate on batteries, their power budget is severely constrained. To keep up with the ever increasing data-rate, an ever-decreasing power per bit is required to maintain the battery lifetime. The RF oscillator is the second most power-hungry block of a wireless radio (after power amplifiers). Consequently, any power reduction in an RF oscillator will greatly benefit the overall power efficiency of the cellular transceiver. Moreover, the RF oscillators' purity limits the transceiver performance. The oscillator's phase noise results in power leakage into adjacent channels in a transmit mode and reciprocal mixing in a receive mode. On the other hand, the multi-standard and multi-band transceivers that are now trending demand wide tuning range oscillators. However, broadening the oscillator's tuning range is usually at the expense of die area (cost) or phase noise.

The main goal of this book is to bring forth the exciting and innovative RF oscillator structures that demonstrate better phase noise performance, lower cost, and higher power efficiency than currently achievable.

Technical topics discussed in RF CMOS Oscillators for Modern Wireless Applications include:

  • Design and analysis of low phase-noise class-F oscillators
  • Analyze a technique to reduce 1/f noise up-conversion in the oscillators
  • Design and analysis of low power/low voltage oscillators
  • Wide tuning range oscillators
  • Reliability study of RF oscillators in nanoscale CMOS

Preface

1. Introduction

2. LC Oscillator Structures

3. A Class-F3 CMOS Oscillator

4. An Ultra-Low Phase Noise Class-F2 CMOS Oscillator

5. A 1/f Noise Up-Conversion Reduction Technique

6. A Switching Current Source Oscillator

7. Tuning Range Extension of an Oscillator through CM Resonance

8. A Study of RF Oscillator Reliability in Nanoscale CMOS

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Masoud Babaie

Masoud Babaie is at Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands.  

Mina Shahmohammadi

Mina Shahmohammadi is at Catena, the Netherlands.

Robert Bogdan Staszewski

Robert Bogdan Staszewski is at University College Dublin, Ireland.

Oscillator, phase-noise, power efficiency, impulse sensitivity function, class-F, 1/f noise up-conversion, low voltage, low power, wide tuning range, reliability