Radio Frequency Integrated Circuit Design

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Artech House, 2003 - Technology & Engineering - 410 pages
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No matter which type of communications device requiring RFICs you are designing, you can turn to this comprehensive reference for a practical explanation of the full range of RFICs. This book focuses mainly on bipolar technology to demonstrate circuits, but CMOS is included as well. By emphasizing working designs, this book practically transports you into the authors' own RFIC lab so you can fully understand the function of each design detailed in this book. Among the RFIC designs examined are RF integrated LC-based filters, VCO automatic amplitude control loops, and fully integrated transformer-based circuits, as well as image reject mixers and power amplifiers.
 

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Contents

Issues in RFIC Design Noise Linearity
9
A Brief Review of Technology
43
Impedance Matching
63
The Use and Design of Passive Circuit
95
LNA Design
141
Mixers
197
Match
229
VoltageControlled Oscillators
245
HighFrequency Filter Circuits
319
Power Amplifiers
349
About the Authors
401
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John W. M. Rogers holds a Ph.D. in electrical engineering from Carleton University. Mr. Rogers is an assistant professor in the Department of Electronics at Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada and a member of the Professional Engineers of Ontario.

Calvin Plett holds a Ph.D. in electrical engineering from Carleton University. He is an associate professor in the Department of Electronics at Carleton University and a member of the Professional Engineers of Ontario.

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