The Design of CMOS Radio-Frequency Integrated Circuits
An expanded and revised new edition of Tom Lee's acclaimed
guide to the design of gigahertz RF integrated circuits.
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.
Table of contents:
1. A nonlinear history of radio; 2. Overview of wireless
principles; 3. Passive RLC networks; 4. Charateristics of passive
IC components; 5. A review of MOS device physics; 6. Distributed
systems; 7. The Smith chart and S-parameters; 8. Bandwidth
estimation techniques; 9. High-frequency amplifier design; 10.
Voltage references and biasing; 11. Noise; 12. LNA design; 13.
Mixers; 14. Feedback systems; 15. RF power amplifiers; 16.
Phase-locked loops; 17. Oscillators and synthesizers; 18. Phase
noise; 19. Architectures; 20. RF circuits through the ages.
'Tom Lee has written a terrific book. Everyone that visits my office wants to borrow it, and I tell them to go buy their own.' David Rutledge, California Institute of Technology 'Tom Lee's love of, and deep involvement in, radio-frequency integrated circuits is immediately obvious upon glancing through this excellent and original book. Some of his viewpoints are controversial; but this, in fact, makes this stimulating, hard-to-put-down book all the more interesting.' Yannis Tsividis, Columbia University 'The first edition of this book, published in 1998, was a pioneering textbook on the field of RF CMOS design. This second edition is a very interesting and upgraded version that includes new material and revised topics ... This second edition, which is upgraded and improved, is really useful, both in the industry and academia, for the new generation of RF engineers ... and is a valuable reference for practising engineers ...' IEEE Circuits and Devices Magazine
Leseprobe zu "The Design of CMOS Radio-Frequency Integrated Circuits"
1. A nonlinear history of radio 2. Overview of wireless principles 3. Passive RLC networks 4. Charateristics of passive IC components 5. A review of MOS device physics 6. Distributed systems 7. The Smith chart and S-parameters 8. Bandwidth estimation techniques 9. High-frequency amplifier design 10. Voltage references and biasing 11. Noise 12. LNA design 13. Mixers 14. Feedback systems 15. RF power amplifiers 16. Phase-locked loops 17. Oscillators and synthesizers 18. Phase noise 19. Architectures 20. RF circuits through the ages.