The Design of CMOS Radio-Frequency Integrated Circuits

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Cambridge University Press, 2004 - Computers - 797 pages
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Annotation Presenting an expanded and thoroughly revised new edition of Tom Lee's acclaimed guide to the design of gigahertz RF integrated circuits. A new chapter on the principles of wireless systems provides a bridge between system and circuit issues. The chapters on low-noise amplifiers, oscillators and phase noise have been significantly expanded. The chapter on architectures now contains several examples of complete chip designs, including a GPS receiver and a wireless LAN transceiver, that bring together the theoretical and practical elements involved in producing a prototype chip. Every section has been revised and updated with the latest findings in the field and the book is packed with physical insights and design tips, and includes a historical overview that sets the whole field in context. With hundreds of circuit diagrams and homework problems this is an ideal textbook for students taking courses on RF design and a valuable reference for practising engineers.

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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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