The Design of CMOS Radio-Frequency Integrated Circuits

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Cambridge University Press, 2004 - Computers - 797 pages
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This book, first published in 2004, is an expanded and revised edition of Tom Lee's acclaimed RFIC text.
  

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I used the Design of CMOS RF IC as one of a couple books in an RFIC design course. As others have pointed out there are fewer derivations then you see in your typical book. Instead the author has ... Read full review

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Good overview of transfer function analysis

Contents

A NONLINEAR HISTORY OF RADIO
1
OVERVIEW OF WIRELESS PRINCIPLES
40
PASSIVE RLC NETWORKS
87
CHARACTERISTICS OF PASSIVE 1C COMPONENTS
114
A REVIEW OF MOS DEVICE PHYSICS
167
DISTRIBUTED SYSTEMS
202
THE SMITH CHART AND SPARAMETERS
221
A Short Note on Units
227
Gain and Phase Margin as Stability Measures
451
RootLocus Techniques
453
Summary of Stability Criteria
459
Errors in Feedback Systems
462
Frequency and TimeDomain Characteristics of First and SecondOrder Systems
466
Useful Rules of Thumb
469
RootLocus Examples and Compensation
470
Summary of RootLocus Techniques
477

Why 50 or 75 W
229
Problem Set
231
BANDWIDTH ESTIMATION TECHNIQUES
233
The Method of OpenCircuit Time Constants
234
The Method of ShortCircuit Time Constants
254
Further Reading
259
Summary
265
Problem Set
266
HIGHFREQUENCY AMPLIFIER DESIGN
270
Zeros as Bandwidth Enhancers
271
The ShuntSeries Amplifier
282
Bandwidth Enhancement with fT Doublers
288
Tuned Amplifiers
290
Neutralization and Unilateralization
294
Cascaded Amplifiers
297
AMPM Conversion
306
Summary
307
Problem Set
308
VOLTAGE REFERENCES AND BIASING
314
Diodes and Bipolar Transistors in CMOS Technology
316
SupplyIndependent Bias Circuits
317
Bandgap Voltage Reference
318
Constantgm Bias
325
Summary
328
NOISE
334
Shot Noise
342
Flicker Noise
344
Popcorn Noise
347
Classical TwoPort Noise Theory
348
Examples of Noise Calculations
352
A Handy Rule of Thumb
355
Typical Noise Performance
356
Noise Models
357
Problem Set
358
LNA DESIGN
364
Derivation of Intrinsic MOSFET TwoPort Noise Parameters
365
Power Match versus Noise Match
373
PowerConstrained Noise Optimization
380
Design Examples
384
Linearity and LargeSignal Performance
390
SpuriousFree Dynamic Range
397
Summary
399
Problem Set
400
MIXERS
404
Mixer Fundamentals
405
Nonlinear Systems as Linear Mixers
411
MultiplierBased Mixers
416
Subsampling Mixers
433
DiodeRing Mixers
434
Problem Set
437
FEEDBACK SYSTEMS
441
A Puzzle
446
Stability of Feedback Systems
450
Compensation through Gain Reduction
478
Lag Compensation
481
Lead Compensation
484
Slow Rolloff Compensation
486
Summary of Compensation
487
Problem Set
488
RF POWER AMPLIFIERS
493
ClassAAB B and C Power Amplifiers
494
Class D Amplifiers
503
Class E Amplifiers
505
Class F Amplifiers
507
Modulation of Power Amplifiers
512
Summary of PA Characteristics
540
RF PA Design Examples
541
Additional Design Considerations
547
Design Summary
555
PHASELOCKED LOOPS
560
Linearized PLL Models
566
Some Noise Properties of PLLs
571
Phase Detectors
574
Sequential Phase Detectors
579
Loop Filters and Charge Pumps
588
PLL Design Examples
596
Summary
604
OSCILLATORS AND SYNTHESIZERS
610
Describing Functions
611
Resonators
631
A Catalog of Tuned Oscillators
635
Negative Resistance Oscillators
641
Frequency Synthesis
645
Summary
654
Problem Set
655
PHASE NOISE
659
General Considerations
661
Phase Noise
664
The Roles of Linearity and Time Variation in Phase Noise
667
Circuit Examples
678
Amplitude Response
687
Summary
689
Problem Set
690
ARCHITECTURES
694
Dynamic Range
695
Subsampling
713
Transmitter Architectures
714
Oscillator Stability
715
Chip Design Examples
716
Summary
762
RF CIRCUITS THROUGH THE AGES
764
The AllAmerican 5Tube Superhet
768
The Regency TR1 Transistor Radio
771
ThreeTransistor Toy CB WalkieTalkie
773
Index 111
777
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