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1 online resource. 
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Description based on print version record. 
Bibliography 
Includes bibliographical references and index. 
Contents 
Machine generated contents note: Part I. Introduction to Highly Integrated and Tunable RF Receiver Front Ends: 1. Introduction; 2. Frontend integration challenges and system requirements; 3. 2G receiver SAW elimination; 4. 3G receiver SAW elimination; 5. Summary and conclusions; Part II. Active Blocker Cancellation Techniques in Receivers: 6. Introduction; 7. Concept of receiver translational loop; 8. Nonideal effects; 9. Circuit implementations; 10. Measurement results; 11. Feedback blocker cancellation techniques; 12. Summary and conclusions; Part III. Impedance Transformation: Introduction to the Simplest OnChip SAW Filter: 13. Introduction; 14. Impedance transformation by a 50% passive mixer; 15. Application as onchip SAW filter; 16. Impact of harmonics on the sharpness of the proposed filter; 17. Differential implementation; 18. Summary and conclusions; Part IV. FourPhase HighQ Bandpass Filters: 19. Introduction; 20. Impedance transformation by a fourphase filter; 21. Differential implementation of fourphase highQ bandpass filter; 22. Application as an onchip SAW filter; 23. Impact of harmonics on the sharpness of the proposed filter; 24. Fourphase highQ bandpass filter with a complex baseband impedance; 25. Fourphase highQ bandpass filter with quadrature RF inputs; 26. Harmonic upconversion and downconversion; 27. A SAWless receiver with onchip fourphase highQ bandpass filters; 28. Summary and conclusions; Part V. MPhase HighQ Bandpass Filters: 29. Introduction; 30. Impedance transformation by Mphase filters; 31. Differential implementation of Mphase highQ filter; 32. Application as an onchip SAW filter; 33. Impact of harmonics on the sharpness of the Mphase bandpass filter; 34. Mphase highQ filter with complex baseband impedances; 35. Mphase highQ bandpass filter with quadrature RF inputs; 36. Mphase highQ bandpass filter with Nphase complex bandpass filters; 37. Harmonic upconversion; 38. Summary and conclusions; Part VI. Design of a Superheterodyne Receiver Using MPhase Filters: 39. Introduction; 40. Proposed superheterodyne receiver architecture; 41. Design and implementation of the receiver chain; 42. Measurement results; 43. Summary and conclusions; Part VII. Impact of Imperfections on the Performance of MPhase Filters: 44. Introduction; 45. Mathematical background; 46. LO phase noise; 47. Secondorder nonlinearity in the switches of the bandpass filter; 48. Quadrature error in the original 50% dutycycle clock phases; 49. Harmonic downconversion; 50. Thermal noise of switches; 51. Parasitic capacitors of switches; 52. Switch charge injection; 53. Mismatches; 54. Summary and conclusions; Part VIII. MPhase Filtering and Duality: 55. Introduction; 56. Dual of an electrical circuit, dual of a switch; 57. Dual of Mphase filter, differential implementation of Mphase filter and its dual; 58. Dual of Mphase highQ filter with complex baseband impedances; 59. Summary and conclusions. 
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Electronic reproduction. Perth, W.A. Available via World Wide Web. 
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Subject 
Electric filters, Bandpass.


Radio frequency integrated circuits  Design and construction.

Added Author 
Mirzaei, Ahmad.


Ebooks Corporation

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Original 9780521111263 0521111269 (DLC) 2012039025 
ISBN 
1139615092 (electronic bk.) 

9781139615099 (electronic bk.) 

9780521111263 

0521111269 
