Über den Autor
About the Author
Fei Yuan received the Ph.D. degree in electrical engineering from University
of Waterloo, Canada in October 1999. He joined the Department of Electrical
andComputer Engineering, RyersonUniversity, Toronto, Canada in 1999 and is
currently a Professor. Dr. Yuan is the author of the bookCMOSActive Inductors
and Transformers : Principle, Implementation, and Applications (Springer,
New York, 2008), CMOS Current Mode Circuits for Data Communications
(Springer, New York, 2006), the coauthor of the book Computer Methods for
Analysis of Mixed Mode Switching Circuits (withAjoyOpal, KluwerAcademic
Publishers, Boston, 2004), and the author / coauthor of 47 research papers in
refereed scientific journals and over 90 research papers in refereed conference
proceedings in the field of circuits and systems.
Dr. Yuan currently serves the Chair of the Department of Electrical and
Computer Engineering, Ryerson University. He also serves as the Associate
Editor of Canadian Journal of Electrical and Computer Engineering and is
on the editorial board of several international journals. He was awarded the
Ryerson Research Chair from Ryerson University in Jan. 2005, the Research
Excellence Award from the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science of
Ryerson University in 2004, the Early Tenure from Ryerson University in
2002, the Doctoral Scholarship from the Natural Science and Engineering
Research Council of Canada during 19971998, and the Teaching Excellence
Award from Changzhou Institute of Technology, Jiangsu, China in 1988. Dr.
Yuan is a senior member of IEEE and a registered professional engineer in the
province of Ontario, Canada.
Introduction to Passive Wireless Microsystems.- Fundamental Issues of Passive Wireless Microsystems.- Radio-Frequency Power Harvesting.- Modulation and Demodulation.- Ultra-Low Power Temperature-Compensated Precision References.- Clock Generation and Remote Calibration.- Ultra-Low Power Analog-to-Digital Converters.
This book provides a comprehensive treatment of CMOS circuits for passive wireless microsystems. Major topics include: an overview of passive wireless microsystems, design challenges of passive wireless microsystems, fundamental issues of ultra-low power wireless communications, radio-frequency power harvesting, ultra-low power modulators and demodulators, ultra-low power temperature-compensated current and voltage references, clock generation and remote calibration, and advanced design techniques for ultra low-power analog signal processing.
Presents CMOS circuit implementation of passive wireless microsystems
Provides in-depth comparison of the pros and cons of different topologies of CMOS circuits for passive wireless microsystems
Focuses on topics such as radio-frequency power harvesting, voltage multipliers, ultra-low power current and voltage references for passive wireless microsystems