Radio-Frequency Integrated-Circuit Engineering addresses the theory, analysis and design of passive and active RFIC's using Si-based CMOS and Bi-CMOS technologies, and other non-silicon based technologies. The materials covered are self-contained and presented in such detail that allows readers with only undergraduate electrical engineering knowledge in EM, RF, and circuits to understand and design RFICs. Organized into sixteen chapters, blending analog and microwave engineering, Radio-Frequency Integrated-Circuit Engineering emphasizes the microwave engineering approach for RFICs. ac Provides essential knowledge in EM and microwave engineering, passive and active RFICs, RFIC analysis and design techniques, and RF systems vital for RFIC students and engineers ac Blends analog and microwave engineering approaches for RFIC design at high frequencies ac Includes problems at the end of each chapterGraphically, we can then redraw the differential amplifier as shown in Figure 11.30(a) and further decompose it into two circuits: Figure 11.30(b) with two equal but 180a out-of-phase excitations (differential mode) and Figure 11.30(c) with twoanbsp;...
|Title||:||Radio-Frequency Integrated-Circuit Engineering|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 2015-03-03|