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The Resource ULTRA-LOW POWER FM-UWB TRANSCEIVERS FOR IOT

ULTRA-LOW POWER FM-UWB TRANSCEIVERS FOR IOT

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ULTRA-LOW POWER FM-UWB TRANSCEIVERS FOR IOT
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ULTRA-LOW POWER FM-UWB TRANSCEIVERS FOR IOT
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eng
Summary
Over the past two decades we have witnessed the increasing popularity of the internet of things. The vision of billions of connected objects, able to interact with their environment, is the key driver directing the development of future communication devices. Today, power consumption as well as the cost and size of radios remain some of the key obstacles towards fulfilling this vision. Ultra-Low Power FM-UWB Transceivers for IoT presents the latest developments in the field of low power wireless communication. It promotes the FM-UWB modulation scheme as a candidate for short range communication in different IoT scenarios. The FM-UWB has the potential to provide exactly what is missing today. This spread spectrum technique enables significant reduction in transceiver complexity, making it smaller, cheaper and more energy efficient than most alternative options. The book provides an overview of both circuit-level and architectural techniques used in low power radio design, with a comprehensive study of state-of-the-art examples. It summarizes key theoretical aspects of FM-UWB with a glimpse at potential future research directions. Finally, it gives an insight into a full FM-UWB transceiver design, from system level specifications down to transistor level design, demonstrating the modern power reduction circuit techniques. Ultra-Low Power FM-UWB Transceivers for IoT is a perfect text and reference for engineers working in RF IC design and wireless communication, as well as academic staff and graduate students engaged in low power communication systems research
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Kopta, Vladimir
Dewey number
621.384
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illustrations
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index present
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TK6564.3
LC item number
.K67 2019eb
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  • dictionaries
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  • Enz, Christian
  • IEEE Xplore (Online Service)
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  • Radio
  • Low power radio
  • Internet of things
  • Wireless communication systems
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ULTRA-LOW POWER FM-UWB TRANSCEIVERS FOR IOT
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Contents
  • Foreword ix Preface xi -- List of Figures xiii -- List of Tables xix -- List of Abbreviations xxi -- 1 Introduction 1 -- 1.1 Wireless Communication 1 -- 1.2 CMOS Technology and Scaling 2 -- 1.3 IoT and WSN 3 -- 1.4 Energy Sources 5 -- 1.5 Work Outline 6 -- References 8 -- 2 Low PowerWireless Communications 9 -- 2.1 Introduction 9 -- 2.2 Narrowband Communications 12 -- 2.2.1 Bluetooth Low Energy 13 -- 2.2.2 Wake-up Receivers 18 -- 2.3 Ultra-Wideband Communications 23 -- 2.3.1 Impulse Radio UWB 24 -- 2.4 Concluding Remarks 29 -- References 31 -- 3 FM-UWB as a Low-Power, Robust Modulation Scheme 39 -- 3.1 Introduction 39 -- 3.2 Principles of FM-UWB 40 -- 3.2.1 FM-UWB Modulation 40 -- 3.2.2 Multi-User Communication and Narrowband Interference 44 -- 3.2.3 Beyond Standard FM-UWB 51 -- 3.3 State-of-the-Art FM-UWB Transceivers 54 -- 3.3.1 FM-UWB Receivers 54 -- 3.3.2 FM-UWB Transmitters 58 -- 3.3.3 FM-UWB Against IR-UWB and Narrowband Receivers 60 -- 3.4 Summary 63 -- References 64 -- 4 The Approximate Zero IF Receiver Architecture 67 -- 4.1 Introduction 67 -- 4.2 The Uncertain IF Architecture 68 -- 4.3 The Approximate Zero IF Receiver with Quadrature Downconversion 70 -- 4.4 The Approximate Zero IF Receiver with Single-Ended Downconversion 78 -- 4.5 Receiver Sensitivity Estimation 82 -- 4.6 Summary 86 -- References 87 -- 5 Quadrature Approximate Zero-IF FM-UWB Receiver 89 -- 5.1 Introduction 89 -- 5.2 Receiver Architecture 89 -- 5.3 Circuit Implementation 92 -- 5.3.1 RF Frontend 92 -- 5.3.2 IF Amplifier 95 -- 5.3.3 LO Generation and Calibration 98 -- 5.3.4 FM Demodulator 103 -- 5.3.5 LF Amplifier and Output Buffer 104 -- 5.3.6 Current Reference PTAT Circuit 106 -- 5.4 Measurement Results 107 -- 5.4.1 General Receiver Measurements 107 -- 5.4.2 Single User Measurements 109 -- 5.4.3 Multi-User Measurements 116 -- 5.4.4 Multi-Channel Transmission Measurements 119 -- 5.5 Summary 120 -- References 122 -- 6 FM-UWB Transceiver 125 -- 6.1 Introduction 125 -- 6.2 Transceiver Architecture 125
  • 6.3 Transmitter Implementation 127 -- 6.3.1 Sub-Carrier Synthesis 128 -- 6.3.2 DCO Digital to Analog Converters 129 -- 6.3.3 DCO 132 -- 6.3.4 Preamplifier and Power Amplifier 134 -- 6.4 Receiver Implementation 139 -- 6.4.1 RF Frontend 139 -- 6.4.2 IF Amplifiers 141 -- 6.4.3 Receiver DCO 143 -- 6.4.4 Demodulator 144 -- 6.4.5 N-Path Channel Filter 147 -- 6.4.6 LF Amplifier and Comparator 153 -- 6.4.7 FSK Demodulator and Clock Recovery 155 -- 6.4.8 SAR FLL Calibration 159 -- 6.4.9 Clock Reference 160 -- 6.5 Measurement Results 162 -- 6.5.1 Transmitter Measurements 163 -- 6.5.2 Receiver Measurements 170 -- 6.6 Summary 183 -- References 185 -- 7 Conclusion 189 -- 7.1 Summary of Achievements 190 -- 7.2 Future of FM-UWB 192 -- References 193 -- Index 195 -- About the Authors 199
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9218807
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1 PDF.
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online
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Restricted to subscribers or individual electronic text purchasers
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9788770221436
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electronic
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isbdmedia
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remote
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  • (CaBNVSL)mat09218807
  • (IDAMS)0b0000648d199f3c
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Mode of access: World Wide Web
Label
ULTRA-LOW POWER FM-UWB TRANSCEIVERS FOR IOT
Publication
Distribution
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Foreword ix Preface xi -- List of Figures xiii -- List of Tables xix -- List of Abbreviations xxi -- 1 Introduction 1 -- 1.1 Wireless Communication 1 -- 1.2 CMOS Technology and Scaling 2 -- 1.3 IoT and WSN 3 -- 1.4 Energy Sources 5 -- 1.5 Work Outline 6 -- References 8 -- 2 Low PowerWireless Communications 9 -- 2.1 Introduction 9 -- 2.2 Narrowband Communications 12 -- 2.2.1 Bluetooth Low Energy 13 -- 2.2.2 Wake-up Receivers 18 -- 2.3 Ultra-Wideband Communications 23 -- 2.3.1 Impulse Radio UWB 24 -- 2.4 Concluding Remarks 29 -- References 31 -- 3 FM-UWB as a Low-Power, Robust Modulation Scheme 39 -- 3.1 Introduction 39 -- 3.2 Principles of FM-UWB 40 -- 3.2.1 FM-UWB Modulation 40 -- 3.2.2 Multi-User Communication and Narrowband Interference 44 -- 3.2.3 Beyond Standard FM-UWB 51 -- 3.3 State-of-the-Art FM-UWB Transceivers 54 -- 3.3.1 FM-UWB Receivers 54 -- 3.3.2 FM-UWB Transmitters 58 -- 3.3.3 FM-UWB Against IR-UWB and Narrowband Receivers 60 -- 3.4 Summary 63 -- References 64 -- 4 The Approximate Zero IF Receiver Architecture 67 -- 4.1 Introduction 67 -- 4.2 The Uncertain IF Architecture 68 -- 4.3 The Approximate Zero IF Receiver with Quadrature Downconversion 70 -- 4.4 The Approximate Zero IF Receiver with Single-Ended Downconversion 78 -- 4.5 Receiver Sensitivity Estimation 82 -- 4.6 Summary 86 -- References 87 -- 5 Quadrature Approximate Zero-IF FM-UWB Receiver 89 -- 5.1 Introduction 89 -- 5.2 Receiver Architecture 89 -- 5.3 Circuit Implementation 92 -- 5.3.1 RF Frontend 92 -- 5.3.2 IF Amplifier 95 -- 5.3.3 LO Generation and Calibration 98 -- 5.3.4 FM Demodulator 103 -- 5.3.5 LF Amplifier and Output Buffer 104 -- 5.3.6 Current Reference PTAT Circuit 106 -- 5.4 Measurement Results 107 -- 5.4.1 General Receiver Measurements 107 -- 5.4.2 Single User Measurements 109 -- 5.4.3 Multi-User Measurements 116 -- 5.4.4 Multi-Channel Transmission Measurements 119 -- 5.5 Summary 120 -- References 122 -- 6 FM-UWB Transceiver 125 -- 6.1 Introduction 125 -- 6.2 Transceiver Architecture 125
  • 6.3 Transmitter Implementation 127 -- 6.3.1 Sub-Carrier Synthesis 128 -- 6.3.2 DCO Digital to Analog Converters 129 -- 6.3.3 DCO 132 -- 6.3.4 Preamplifier and Power Amplifier 134 -- 6.4 Receiver Implementation 139 -- 6.4.1 RF Frontend 139 -- 6.4.2 IF Amplifiers 141 -- 6.4.3 Receiver DCO 143 -- 6.4.4 Demodulator 144 -- 6.4.5 N-Path Channel Filter 147 -- 6.4.6 LF Amplifier and Comparator 153 -- 6.4.7 FSK Demodulator and Clock Recovery 155 -- 6.4.8 SAR FLL Calibration 159 -- 6.4.9 Clock Reference 160 -- 6.5 Measurement Results 162 -- 6.5.1 Transmitter Measurements 163 -- 6.5.2 Receiver Measurements 170 -- 6.6 Summary 183 -- References 185 -- 7 Conclusion 189 -- 7.1 Summary of Achievements 190 -- 7.2 Future of FM-UWB 192 -- References 193 -- Index 195 -- About the Authors 199
Control code
9218807
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unknown
Extent
1 PDF.
Form of item
online
Governing access note
Restricted to subscribers or individual electronic text purchasers
Isbn
9788770221436
Media category
electronic
Media MARC source
isbdmedia
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (CaBNVSL)mat09218807
  • (IDAMS)0b0000648d199f3c
System details
Mode of access: World Wide Web

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