Titel: Circuits and Systems for Wireless Communications
Herausgegeben von Markus Helfenstein, George S. Moschytz
30. November 1999 - gebunden - 408 Seiten
Thisbook contains revised contributions byt he speakers oft he 1s t IEEE Workshop on Wireless Communication Circuits andSystems, held in Lucerne, Switzerland, from June 22-24, 1998. The aim oft he workshop was to apply the vast expertise oft he CAS Society in the area of circuit and systemdesign to therapidly growing field of wireless communications. Theworkshop combined presentations by invited experts from academia and industry with panel and informal discussions. The following topics were covered: RFSystemInteg ration (single chip systems, CM OS RF circuits), RFFront End Circuits (CMOS RF oscillators, broadband design techniques), Wideband Conversion for Software Radio (A/D conversion issues, wideband sub sampling, low spurious A/D conversion), Process Technologies for Future RF Systems (Si, SiGe, GaAs, CMOS, packaging technologies), DSPforWireless Communications (DSP algorithms, fixed point systems, DSP for baseband applications), Blind Channel Equalization (adaptive interference suppression, design techniques, channel estimation). The workshop was a great success, with over 130 participants from 19 countries, from the U. S. to Europe and Asia, including a large contingent of participants from industry (60% ). Feedback from the participants showed that the carefully selected combination oftutorial like lectures with lectures onspecialized and advancedtopics was a feature oft he workshop that was particularly a ppreciated. Duet o therelatively strong involvemento findustry - both in theform of lecturers and listeners - a high level ofd i scussion was attained in bothpanel sessions and informal gatherings.
Part I: RF System Integration. 1. RF System Integration; C. Toumazou. 2. RF System Board Level Integration for Mobile Phones; G.J. Aspin. 3. Integration of RF Systems on a Chip; P.J. Mole. 4. Towards the Full Integration of Wireless Front-End Circuits; M. Steyaert. 5. GSM Transceiver Front-End Circuits in 0.25 mum CMOS; Q. Huang, et al. Part II: RF Front-End Circuits. 6. RF Front-End Circuits; Q. Huang. 7. Phase-Noise-to-Carrier Ratio in LC Oscillators; Q. Huang. 8. Design Study of a 900 MHz/1.8 GHz CMOS Transceiver for Dual-Band Applications; B. Razavi. 9. Integrated Wireless Transceiver Design; M. Banu, et al. 10. Transmitter Concepts, Integration and Design Trade-Offs; S. Heinen, S. Herzinger. 11. RF Challenges for Tomorrow's Wireless Terminals; P. Alinikula. Part III: Wideband Conversion for Software Radio. 12. Wideband Conversion for Software Radio; J.E. Franc. 13. Wide-band Sub-Sampling A/D Conversion with Image Rejection; C. Azeredo-Leme, et al. 14. Wide-band A/D Conversion for Base Stations; R.L.J. Roovers. 15. Low-Spurious ADC Architectures for Software Radio; B.-S. Song. Part IV: Process Technologies for Future RF Systems. 16. Process Technologies for Future RF Systems; U. Lott. 17. Low-Cost Si and Si/Si1 - xGex Heterostructure BiCMOS Technologies for Wireless Applications; C.A. King. 18. GaAs-Based RFIC Technology for Consumer Radios; R. Christ. 19. Monolithic Integrated Transceiver Circuits for GHz Frequencies; U. Lott, W. Bächtold. Part V: DSP for Wireless Communications. 20. DSP for Wireless Communications. 21. Efficient Design Flow for Fixed-Point Systems. 22. R.E.A.L. DSP; E. Lambers, et al. 23. Dedicated VLSI Architechtures; B. Haller. 24. Evolution of Speech Coding for Wirless Communications; G. Miet. 25. Digital Signal Processing and DSP; J. Sanchez. Part VI: Blind Channel Equalization. 26. Blind Channel Equalization; R. Liu. 27. Adaptive Interference Suppression; H.V. Poor. 28. Channel Estimation and Equalization in Wireless ATM; L. Tong. 29. Blind Separation and Combination of High-Rate QAM Signals; J. Treichler, et al. Glossary.