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عنوان: RF Cmos Power Amplifier, Theory, Design and Implementation
مؤلف: Mona M. Hella, Mohammad Ismail
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ناشر: Kluwer Academic Publishers
سال انتشار: 2002
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شابک: 0-306-4732
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چکیده

The convergence of home electronics, computer, and communication technologies is one of the most exciting technological and business trends of the next decades. The key to a wireless solution is the building of intelligent units, that can communicate clearly in a wire-free environment, occupy as little space as possible, and consume low power to maximize battery life. All these criteria are best met by highly integrated, low power, battery operated micro-systems.

Wireless applications are witnessing tremendous growth with proliferation of different standards covering wide, local and personal area networks (WAN, LAN and PAN). The trends call for designs that allow 1) smooth migration to future generations of wireless standards with higher data rates for multimedia applications, 2) convergence of wireless services allowing access to different standards from the same wireless device.

The key to integration, and reduction in costs is the correct choice of the implementation technology. CMOS technology has played an important role in providing higher functionality and complexity at low costs.The performance of power amplifiers is a crucial issue for the overall performance of the transceiver's chain. Until now, power amplifiers for wireless applications have been produced almost exclusively in GaAS technologies, with few exceptions in LDMOS, Si BJT, and SiGe HBT. Sub-micron CMOS processes are now considered for power amplifier design due to the higher yield, and the lower costs it can provide. A typical power amplifier module for wireless communications consists of 3 dies, and 15-20 passive components plus decoupling. A CMOS power amplifier design solution could lead to component count that can be reduced to one die and 3-5 passives plus decoupling. This reduction in component count leads to a significant reduction in power amplifier cost.

The is the first monograph addressing RF CMOS power amplifier design for emerging wireless standards.The focus will be on power amplifiers for short distance wireless personal and local area networks (PAN and LAN), however the design techniques are also applicable to emerging wide area networks (WAN) infrastructures using micro or pico cell networks. The book discusses CMOS power amplifier theory and design principles, describes the architectures and tradeoffs in designing linear and nonlinear power amplifiers. It then details design examples of RF CMOS power amplifiers for short distance wireless applications (e.g,Bluetooth, WLAN) including designs for multi-standard platforms. Design aspects of RF circuits in deep submicron CMOS are also discussed.

This book will serve as a reference for RF IC design engineers , RF and R&D managers at industry, and for graduate students conducting research in wireless semiconductor IC design in general and with CMOS technology in particular. The book focuses mainly on the design procedure and the testing issues of CMOS RF power amplifiers and is divided into five main chapters.

Chapter 2 discusses the basic concepts of power amplifiers; optimum load, load line theory, and gain match versus power match. Performance parameters such as efficiency and linearity are presented. Different power amplifier classes are discussed and compared in terms of linearity and efficiency. Finally some common power amplifier linearization techniques are briefly investigated.

Chapter 3 presents the design and optimization techniques used to implement a 900MHz class E power amplifier. The theory behind class E operation is illustrated, the effects of some circuit components on the performance of the amplifier are demonstrated. The potential for applying the same concepts to multi-standard operation is also discussed. Finally testing procedure and measurement results are given.

Chapter 4 deals with extending the limits of the used technology to achieve 2.4GHz operation, and satisfy the Bluetooth standard. This is the first reported work on class 1 Bluetooth power amplifiers. Section 4.2 describes the details of the 2.4GHz power amplifier design, together with the implementation of the power control mechanism. Section 4.3 presents the simulation results, while experimental data is given in section 4.4. Chapter 5 presents an improved version of the power amplifier , using 0.18 micron technology in which class 1, class2, and class 3 power amplifiers are implemented. Finally conclusions are drawn in chapter 6.

 
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List of Figures
List of Tables
Preface

1 INTRODUCTION

  1. RF CMOS Transceivers
  2. CMOS Short Range Wireless Transceivers
  3. Wireless Transmission Protocols
  4. CMOS PAs: Related Design Issues
  5. CMOS PAs: Recent Progress
  6. Motivation
  7. Outline

2 POWER AMPLIFIER; CONCEPTS AND CHALLENGES

  1. Introduction
  2. Conjugate Match and Load line Match
  3. Effect of the Transistor Knee Voltage
  4. Classification of Power Amplifiers
    1. Class A, B, AB, and C PAs
    2. Class E
    3. Class F
  5. Power Amplifier Linearization
  6. Feed Forward
  7. Doherty Amplifier
  8. Envelope Elimination and restoration
  9. Linear Amplification Using Nonlinear Components
  10. Spectral Regrowth
  11. Power Amplifier Stability Issues
  12. Power Amplifier Controllability
  13. Summary

3 A 900MHZ CLASS E CMOS PA

  1. Introduction
  2. Class E PA Circuit Design
  3. Driver Stage Design
  4. Simulated Performance
  5. Effect of Finite Ground inductance
  6. Layout Considerations
  7. Testing Procedures and Results
  8. Towards a Multi-Standard Class E Power Amplifiers
  9. Summary

4 A CMOS PA FOR BLUETOOTH

  1. Introduction
  2. CMOS Power Amplifier Design
  3. Design of the Output Stage
  4. Driver Stage
  5. Power Control Implementation
  6. Implementation and Simulation Results
  7. Experimental Results
  8. Summary

5 A COMPLETE BLUETOOTH PA SOLUTION

  1. A CMOS PA for Class 2/3 Bluetooth
  2. A Class 1 Bluetooth PA in CMOS
  3. Simulations Results
  4. Large Signal Simulations
  5. Power Control
  6. Gain and Matching
  7. Stability
  8. Conclusion
  9. Summary

6 CONCLUSION

Index

 
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