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Presents detailed information about RF transmitter design
Practical solutions to complex problems faced by radio designers
The demand for wireless technology has dramatically increased in recent years. Wireless communications has not only allowed for increased portability for voice and data communications but has also facilitated the deployment of systems in which wires are either too difficult or costly to install. Two fundamental forces have largely fueled this demand: the desire for information and the advancement of technology. Despite the improvement of the underlying integrated circuit technology, high performance transmitters typically use a number of discrete components and several integrated circuits because they employ multiple device technologies.
High Performance CMOS Transmitters for Wireless Communications describes advancements at both the circuit and architectural levels which allow the construction of a single-chip CMOS transmitter while enabling high performance and the ability to operate with multiple radio frequency standards.