Emam, Mostafa, Roda Neve, César, Raskin, Jean-Pierre
2016, Approx. 300 p. 150 illus.
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Provides a single-source reference to RF electronics, from devices to circuits
Includes physical background as well as hands-on practical aspects of device characterization and circuit design for a variety of RF applications
Shows readers how to optimize RF performance for factors such as temperature, noise, crosstalk, nonlinearities, etc.
Uses real examples (both measured and simulated data) of current technologies
This book covers the RF domain from the very basics to the more complicated, from the device level to the integrated circuits level. The discussion takes the reader from the beginning of conceiving an optimized silicon wafer for RF applications, through the RF oriented device conception and the in-depth RF device characterization, in order to achieve a fully optimized, RF integrated circuit. Throughout this cycle, performance optimization is addressed from various perspectives, including high temperature (an unavoidable side effect in today’s devices), low power consumption (required in all portable applications), noise, nonlinearities, crosstalk, etc.
High frequency behavior of semiconductor devices.- Wideband characterization methodology: Hands-on.- A wide variety of MOSFET Technologies.- Integration of RF Passive Elements.- Towards a Successful RF Circuit Design.