Wireless Technologies Circuits Systems and Devices by Krzysztof Iniewski.
Advanced concepts for wireless technologies present a vision of technology From established radio techniques like GSM, 802.11 or Bluetooth to more emerging technologies, such as Ultra Wide Band and smart dust motes, a common denominator for future progress is the underlying integrated circuit technology. Wireless Technologies responds to the explosive growth of standard cellular radios and radically different wireless applications by presenting new architectural and circuit solutions engineers can use to solve modern design problems.
The book addresses state-of-the-art CMOS design in the context of wireless communication for emerging applications: 3G/4G cellular telephony, wireless sensor networks, and wireless medical applications.
New exciting opportunities in body area networks, medical implants, satellite communications, automobile radar detection, and wearable electronics are discussed.
The book is a must for anyone serious about future wireless technologies. The book is written by top international experts on wireless circuit design representing both the integrated circuit (IC) industry and academia.
The intended audience is practicing engineers in wireless communication eld with some integrated circuit background. The book can also be used as a recommended reading and supplementary material in graduate course curriculum.
The book is divided into three sections: wireless system perspectives, chip architecture and implementation issues, and devices and technologies used to fabricate wireless integrated circuits. Contributors address key issues in the development of future silicon-based systems, such as scale of integration, ultra-low power dissipation, and the integration of heterogeneous circuit design style and processes onto one substrate.
Part I provides a wireless system perspective.
In Chapter 1, Ali Niknejad from Berkeley provides a broad introduction to various aspects of wireless circuit design.
In Chapter 2, researchers from the University of Pavia describe challenges in CMOS design formultistandard radios.
in Chapter 3, Emerging new UWB technology and its CMOS/BiCMOS implementations are discussed by Domine M. W. Leenaerts from NXP/Philips .
Yorgos Palaskas and Ashoke Ravi from Intel introduce novel circuit solutions for multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) technology in Chapter 4.
Danijela Cabric and Robert W. Brodersen from Berkeley reach even further out into the future in Chapter 5 by discussing possible architectures of cognitive radios.
in Chapter 6 , Jan M. Rabaey and his group from Berkeley present an exciting perspective of short-reach wireless opportunities.
this is followed by a comprehensive review of wireless transceivers for short-reach applications given by a group from Eindhoven University of Technology in Chapter 7.
in Chapter 8 ,Exciting applications of wireless technology to human body are discussed by a group from IMEC .
presents eorts toward integrating on-chip antennae on CMOS substrate in Chapter 9.
The second part of the book deals with chip architectures and circuit implementation issues. “From Chapter 10 To Chapter 22”.
Wireless sensor network systems are now being applied in critical applications in commerce, healthcare, and security. This reference, provides the knowledge communications engineers need to design innovative methodologies at the circuit and system level.
Wireless Technologies: Circuits, Systems, and Devices (Devices, Circuits, and Systems) 1st Edition.
⏩Edition: 1 edition
⏩Publisher: CRC Press
⏩Publication Date: October 11, 2007
⏩Author: Krzysztof Iniewski
⏩Size: 14.8 MB
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