Introduction; Requirements for SDR/CR; Reconfigurable SDR Receivers; Digitally-Assisted SDR Receivers; Digitally-Assisted Linearity Calibration; Digitally-Assisted Multi-standard Tx; Digitally-Enhanced PLL; Multi-standard Data Converters; Reconfigurable Baseband Filters; Conclusion.
Introduction.- Nanoscale CMOS Transceiver Implementation for a Software-Defined Radio Platform.- Digital RF and Digitally-Assisted RF.- Software-Defined Radio Receiver Architectire and RF-Analog Front-End Circuits.- Interference Rejection in Receivers by Frequency Translated Low-Pass Filtering and Digitally Enhanced Harmonic-Rejection Mixing.- Reconfigurable Analog Baseband Filter.- Multi-standard Data Converters.- Highly Linear and Efficient Watt-level SDR Transmitter with Power Mixer Array.
This book describes the state-of-the-art in RF, analog, and mixed-signal circuit design for Software Defined Radio (SDR). It synthesizes for analog/RF circuit designers the most important general design approaches to take advantage of the most recent CMOS technology, which can integrate millions of transistors, as well as several real examples from the most recent research results.
. Provides various approaches to realize a transceiver for a SDR using recent CMOS technology, in which fast and millions of transistors are available; . Covers entire transceiver circuit blocks, including receiver and transmitter front-ends, local oscillators, analog baseband, ADCs and DACs; . Offers analog/RF circuit designers a single-source point of entry to the state-of-the art in RF, analog, and mixed-signal circuit design for Software Defined Radio (SDR).