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5G and E-Band Communication Circuits in Deep-Scaled CMOS [electronic resource] /

By: Vigilante, Marco [author.].
Contributor(s): Reynaert, Patrick [author.] | SpringerLink (Online service).
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Analog Circuits and Signal Processing: Publisher: Cham : Springer International Publishing : Imprint: Springer, 2018Edition: 1st ed. 2018.Description: X, 205 p. 170 illus., 148 illus. in color.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783319726465.Subject(s): Electronic circuits | Microprocessors | Circuits and Systems | Electronic Circuits and Devices | Processor ArchitecturesDDC classification: 621.3815 Online resources: Click here to access eBook in Springer Nature platform. (Within Campus only.)
Contents:
Introduction -- Gm Stage and Passives in deep-scaled CMOS -- Gain-Bandwidth Enhancement Techniques for mm-Wave fully integrated Amplifiers -- mm-Wave LC VCOs -- mm-Wave Dividers -- mm-Wave Broadband Downconverters -- mm-Wave Highly-Linear Broadband Power Amplifiers -- Conclusion.
In: Springer Nature eBookSummary: This book discusses design techniques, layout details and measurements of several key analog building blocks that currently limit the performance of 5G and E-Band transceivers implemented in deep-scaled CMOS. The authors present recent developments in low-noise quadrature VCOs and tunable inductor-less frequency dividers. Moreover, the design of low-loss broadband transformer-based filters that realize inter-stage matching, power division/combining and impedance transformation is discussed in great detail. The design and measurements of a low-noise amplifier, a downconverter and a highly-linear power amplifier that leverage the proposed techniques are shown. All the prototypes were realized in advanced nanometer scaled CMOS technologies without RF thick to metal option. Discusses the major implication of CMOS technology scaling on mm-Wave low power circuit design; Includes detailed design techniques, layout implementations and design examples of state-of-the-art  mm-Wave broadband quadrature oscillators, frequency dividers, low-noise amplifiers, downconverters, and highly-linear power amplifiers; Provide a reference work for neophytes as well as more experienced mm-Wave design engineers.
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Introduction -- Gm Stage and Passives in deep-scaled CMOS -- Gain-Bandwidth Enhancement Techniques for mm-Wave fully integrated Amplifiers -- mm-Wave LC VCOs -- mm-Wave Dividers -- mm-Wave Broadband Downconverters -- mm-Wave Highly-Linear Broadband Power Amplifiers -- Conclusion.

This book discusses design techniques, layout details and measurements of several key analog building blocks that currently limit the performance of 5G and E-Band transceivers implemented in deep-scaled CMOS. The authors present recent developments in low-noise quadrature VCOs and tunable inductor-less frequency dividers. Moreover, the design of low-loss broadband transformer-based filters that realize inter-stage matching, power division/combining and impedance transformation is discussed in great detail. The design and measurements of a low-noise amplifier, a downconverter and a highly-linear power amplifier that leverage the proposed techniques are shown. All the prototypes were realized in advanced nanometer scaled CMOS technologies without RF thick to metal option. Discusses the major implication of CMOS technology scaling on mm-Wave low power circuit design; Includes detailed design techniques, layout implementations and design examples of state-of-the-art  mm-Wave broadband quadrature oscillators, frequency dividers, low-noise amplifiers, downconverters, and highly-linear power amplifiers; Provide a reference work for neophytes as well as more experienced mm-Wave design engineers.

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