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100 1  Darabi, Hooman 
245 10 Integration of Passive RF Front End Components in SoCs 
264  1 Cambridge :|bCambridge University Press,|c2013 
264  4 |c©2013 
300    1 online resource (204 pages) 
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505 0  Intro -- Contents -- Notation -- Preface -- 1 Introduction
       to Highly Integrated and Tunable RF Receiver Front Ends --
       1.1 Introduction -- 1.2 Front-end integration challenges 
       and system requirements -- 1.3 2G receiver SAW elimination
       -- 1.3.1 Mixer-first receivers -- 1.3.2 Active blocker 
       cancellation -- 1.3.3 N-phase filtering -- 1.3.4 SAW-less 
       receivers with linear LNA -- 1.4 3G receiver SAW 
       elimination -- 1.5 Summary and conclusions -- 2 Active 
       Blocker-Cancellation Techniques in Receivers -- 2.1 
       Introduction -- 2.2 Concept of receiver translational loop
       -- 2.3 Nonideal effects -- 2.3.1 LNA noise figure 
       degradation -- 2.3.2 Gain mismatch -- 2.3.3 Phase mismatch
       -- 2.3.4 Impact of quadrature phase and gain errors in the
       feedforward path -- 2.3.5 Linearity requirements of the 
       feedforward path -- 2.3.6 RX-LO feedthrough -- 2.3.7 LO 
       phase noise -- 2.4 Circuit implementations -- 2.4.1 Low 
       noise amplifier -- 2.4.2 Mixers of the feedforward path --
       2.5 Measurement results -- 2.6 Feedback blocker-
       cancellation techniques -- 2.7 Summary and conclusions -- 
       3 Impedance Transformation: Introduction to the Simplest 
       On-Chip SAW Filter -- 3.1 Introduction -- 3.2 Impedance 
       transformation by a 50'% passive mixer -- 3.3 Application 
       as on-chip SAW filter -- 3.4 Impact of harmonics on the 
       sharpness of the proposed filter -- 3.5 Differential 
       implementation -- 3.6 Summary and conclusions -- 4 Four-
       Phase High-Q Bandpass Filters -- 4.1 Introduction -- 4.2 
       Impedance transformation by a four-phase filter -- 4.3 
       Differential implementation of four-phase high-Q bandpass 
       filter -- 4.4 Application as an on-chip SAW filter -- 4.5 
       Impact of harmonics on the sharpness of the proposed 
       filter -- 4.6 Four-phase high-Q bandpass filter with a 
       complex baseband impedance -- 4.7 Four-phase high-Q 
       bandpass filter with quadrature RF inputs -- 4.8 Harmonic 
       upconversion and downconversion 
505 8  4.9 A SAW-less receiver with on-chip four-phase high-Q 
       bandpass filters -- 4.10 Summary and conclusions -- 5 M-
       Phase High-Q Bandpass Filters -- 5.1 Introduction -- 5.2 
       Impedance transformation by M-phase filters -- 5.3 
       Differential implementation of M-phase high-Q filter -- 
       5.4 Application as an on-chip SAW filter -- 5.5 Impact of 
       harmonics on the sharpness of the M-phase bandpass filter 
       -- 5.6 M-phase high-Q filter with complex baseband 
       impedances -- 5.7 M-phase high-Q bandpass filter with 
       quadrature RF inputs -- 5.8 M-phase high-Q bandpass filter
       with N-phase complex bandpass filters -- 5.9 Harmonic 
       upconversion -- 5.10 Summary and conclusions -- 6 Design 
       of a Superheterodyne Receiver Using M-Phase Filters -- 6.1
       Introduction -- 6.2 Proposed superheterodyne receiver 
       architecture -- 6.2.1 Conventional M-phase high-Q bandpass
       filter -- 6.2.2 M-phase bandpass filter with complex 
       impedance -- 6.2.3 Realization of complex impedance with 
       switches and capacitors -- 6.3 Design and implementation 
       of the receiver chain -- 6.3.1 Four/16-phase high-Q 
       bandpass filter centered at fRF=fLO+fIF -- 6.3.2 Front-end
       circuits -- 6.4 Measurement results -- 6.5 Summary and 
       conclusions -- 7 Impact of Imperfections on the 
       Performance of M-phase Filters -- 7.1 Introduction -- 7.2 
       Mathematical background -- 7.3 LO phase noise -- 7.4 
       Second-order nonlinearity in the switches of the bandpass 
       filter -- 7.5 Quadrature error in the original 50'% duty-
       cycle clock phases -- 7.6 Harmonic downconversion -- 7.7 
       Thermal noise of switches -- 7.8 Parasitic capacitors of 
       switches -- 7.9 Switch charge injection -- 7.10 Mismatches
       -- 7.11 Summary and conclusions -- 8 M-phase Filtering and
       Duality -- 8.1 Introduction -- 8.2 Dual of an electrical 
       circuit -- 8.2.1 Dual of a switch -- 8.3 Dual of M-phase 
       filter -- 8.3.1 Differential implementation of M-phase 
       filter and its dual 
505 8  8.4 Dual of M-phase high-Q filter with complex baseband 
       impedances -- 8.5 Summary and conclusions -- Appendix A --
       References -- Index 
520    Describes and evaluates recent developments in the 
       integration of passive components in wireless RF front 
       ends, using real-world examples 
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650  0 Electric filters, Bandpass.;Radio frequency integrated 
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