Design and Modeling of Millimeter-wave CMOS Circuits for Wireless Transceivers (inbunden)
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Inbunden (Hardback)
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Engelska
Antal sidor
184
Utgivningsdatum
2008-03-01
Upplaga
2008 ed.
Förlag
Springer-Verlag New York Inc.
Medarbetare
Fujishima, Minoru
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XII, 184 p.
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234 x 165 x 6 mm
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476 g
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1
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1 Hardback
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9781402069987
Design and Modeling of Millimeter-wave CMOS Circuits for Wireless Transceivers (inbunden)

Design and Modeling of Millimeter-wave CMOS Circuits for Wireless Transceivers

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Design and Modeling of Millimeter-wave CMOS Circuits for Wireless Transceivers describes in detail some of the interesting developments in CMOS millimetre-wave circuit design. This includes the re-emergence of the slow-wave technique used on passive devices, the license-free 60GHz band circuit blocks and a 76GHz voltage-controlled oscillator suitable for vehicular radar applications. All circuit solutions described are suitable for digital CMOS technology. Digital CMOS technology developments driven by Moore's law make it an inevitable solution for low cost and high volume products in the marketplace. Explosion of the consumer wireless applications further makes this subject a hot topic of the day. The book begins with a brief history of millimetre-wave research and how the silicon transistor is born. Originally meant for different purposes, the two technologies converged and found its way into advanced chip designs. The second part of the book describes the most important passive devices used in millimetre-wave CMOS circuits. Part three uses these passive devices and builds circuit blocks for the wireless transceiver. The book completes with a comprehensive list of references for further readings. Design and Modeling of Millimeter-wave CMOS Circuits for Wireless Transceivers is useful to show the analogue IC designer the issues involved in making the leap to millimetre-wave circuit designs. The graduate student and researcher can also use it as a starting point to understand the subject or proceed to innovative from the works described herein.
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From the reviews: "The book is divided into three parts that address, respectively, the history of CMOS, millimeter-wave passive devices based on CMOS, and millimeter-wave active devices based on CMOS. The book is useful for all those working in electronics and communications." (Mircea Dragoman, Optics and Photonics News, March, 2009)

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Preface. Acknowledgements. PART 1 BACKGROUND 1 A short history. 1.1 Millimeter-waves. 1.2 Birth of the transistor. 2 State-of-the-art. 3 RF CMOS IC design. 3.1 The wireless transceiver. 3.2 Design tools. 3.3 Measurement equipments. PART 2 MILLIMETER-WAVE CMOS PASSIVE DEVICES 4 On-Chip Inductor. 4.1 Physical phenomena in the on-chip inductor. 4.2 Existing inductor models. 4.3 Substrate-coupled inductor model. 4.4 Equations for the scalable model. 4.5 Experimental results. 4.6 Circuit performance. 4.6 Chapter summary. 5 On-Chip Capacitor. 5.1 Analysis of the floating shield. 5.2 Scalable circuit model. 5.3 Experimental results. 5.4 Chapter summary. 6 Transmission Lines. 6.1 Fundamentals. 6.1.1 Electric and magnetic field propagations. 6.1.2 Voltage and current wave propagations. 6.1.3 Phase velocity. 6.2 Slow-wave transmission line (SWTL). 6.2.1 Background on slow-wave research. 6.2.2 Realizing slow-wave transmission lines. 6.2.2.1 The SWTL structure. 6.2.2.2 Measurement of fabricated structures. 6.2.3 Modeling SWTL. 6.2.3.1 Equivalent circuit model. 6.2.3.2 Modeling results. 6.3 Asymmetric coaxial waveguide (ACW). 6.3.1 The ACW structure. 6.3.2 Analysis of the inductive and capacitive quality factors in transmission lines. 6.3.3 Experimental results. 6.4 Chapter summary. 7 On-Chip Balun. 7.1 Balun design. 7.2 Experimental results. 7.3 Derivations for differential-mode and common-mode response ratio. 7.4 Chapter summary. PART 3 MILLIMETER-WAVE CMOS ACTIVE CIRCUITS 8 Up-conversion mixers. 8.1 Pseudo-millimeter wave up-conversion. 8.1.1 Up-conversion mixer design methodology. 8.1.2 Stacked Marchand balun design. 8.1.3 Experimental results. 8.2 Millimeter-wave up-conversion mixer at 50 GHz. 8.2.1 Up-conversion mixer design. 8.2.1.1 Mixer topology. 8.2.1.2 Passive balun structure. 8.2.1.3 Active IF balun. 8.2.2 Experimental results. 8.3 Chapter summary. 9 Down-conversion mixer. 9.1 Mixer and slow-wave transmission lines. 9.2 Chip layout. 9.3 Experimental results. 9.4 Chapter summary. 10 RF amplifier. 10.1 Review of Conventional Design Techniques. 10.1.1 Stability. 10.1.2 Gain. 10.1.3 Noise figure. 10.2 Current-Reuse Cascade Amplifier. 10.2.1 Principles of operation. 10.2.2 Analytical expression for circuit transconductance. 10.2.3 Design of 60GHz CRCA. 10.3 Experimental results. 10.4 Chapter summary. 11 Voltage-controlled oscillator. 11.1 Design of 76 GHz VCO. 11.2 Experimental results. 11.3 Chapter summary. 12 Conclusions. References. Index.