This book presents innovative solutions for the implementation of Sigma-Delta Modulation (SDM) based Analog-to-Digital Conversion (ADC), required for the next generation of wireless hand-held terminals. These devices will be based on the so-called multi-standard transceiver chipsets, integrated in nanometer CMOS technologies. One of the most challenging and critical parts in such transceivers is the analog-digital interface, because of the assorted signal bandwidths and dynamic ranges that can be required to handle the A/D conversion for several operation modes. This book describes new adaptive and reconfigurable SDM ADC topologies, circuit strategies and synthesis methods, specially suited for multi-standard wireless telecom systems and future Software-defined-radios (SDRs) integrated in nanoscale CMOS. It is a practical book, going from basic concepts to the frontiers of SDM architectures and circuit implementations, which are explained in a didactical and systematic way. It gives a comprehensive overview of the state-of-the-art performance, challenges and practical solutions, providing the necessary insight to implement successful design, through an efficient design and synthesis methodology. Readers will learn a number of practical skills a from system-level design to experimental measurements and testing.Standford research systems Inc. FFTNetworkAnalyzer: Model SR770, Usera#39;s Manual, 1992. ... Proc. of the European Solid-State Circuits Conf., 2010. N. Tan and S. ... R.H. Veldhoven: aA Triple-Mode Continuous-Time Modulator With SwitchedCapacitor Feedback DAC for a GSM-EDGE/CDMA2000/UMTS Receiver a. IEEE J.
|Title||:||Nanometer CMOS Sigma-Delta Modulators for Software Defined Radio|
|Author||:||Alonso Morgado, Rocío del Río, José M. de la Rosa|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2011-09-15|