Low-power Millimeter Wave Transmitters for High Data Rate Applications by Khaled

Low-power Millimeter Wave Transmitters for High Data Rate Applications by Khaled

Low-power Millimeter Wave Transmitters for High Data Rate Applications by Khaled
Low-power Millimeter Wave Transmitters for High Data Rate Applications. By Khaled Khalaf, Vojkan Vidojkovic, John R. This book discusses low power techniques for millimeter wave transmitter IC. Considerations for the front-end design are followed by several implementation examples in the 60GHz band in CMOS down to 28nm technology. Additionally, the design and implementation details of digitally-modulated millimeter wave polar transmitters are presented. Khaled Khalaf Khaled Khalaf obtained his Ph. In Electrical Engineering from Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium in 2016. He works as a researcher at IMEC, Leuven, Belgium with interest on CMOS mm-wave circuits and systems for wireless applications with more emphasis on low-power transmitters for high datarate communication.

Vojkan Vidojkovic Vojkan Vidojkovic received his PhD degree from the Eindhoven University of Technology in the Netherlands in 2007. He works as a technical staff member at Intel in Germany. Degree in Electronics from Carleton University in Ottawa.

He worked in industry for 12 years in the Advanced Technology Laboratory at Bell-Northern Research in Ottawa, and in January 2015 he was appointed Professor in Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Waterloo in Canada. His current research interests include low-power and broadband circuits for highly-integrated wireless transceivers, energy-efficient wireless sensors, mm-wave IC design, and electronics design for high-speed data communications. Piet Wambacq Piet Wambacq has a Ph.

Degree from the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Leuven, Belgium. He is a Principal Scientist at IMEC, Heverlee, Belgium, working on RF CMOS design for wireless applications.

Since 2000 he is a Professor with the University of Brussels, Brussels, Belgium. Design Considerations for High-Datarate Low-Power 60GHz TX Front-Ends. 60GHz TX Front-Ends in Advanced CMOS Technologies with Improved Back-Off Efficiencies. Digitally-Modulated Polar Transmitters in 40nm CMOS. Provides a simple design procedure for millimeter wave transmitters to maximize their performance Includes extra in-depth analysis Details the implementation of a disruptive mixed-signal approach for millimeter wave transmitters targeting very low power designs.

Publisher Springer Nature Switzerland Ag. Series Signals And Communication Technology. Imprint Springer Nature Switzerland AG. Illustrations 47 Illustrations, color; 85 Illustrations, black and white; XXI, 109 p.

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