This work covers the design of CMOS fully integrated low power low phase noise voltage controlled oscillators for telecommunication or datacommuni- tion systems. The need for low power is obvious, as mobile wireless telecommunications are battery operated. As wireless telecommunication systems use oscillators in frequency synthesizers for frequency translation, the selectivity and signal to noise ratio of receivers and transmitters depend heavily on the low phase noise performance of the implemented oscillators. Datacommunication s- tems need low jitter, the time-domain equivalent of low phase noise, clocks for data detection and recovery. The power consumption is less critical. The need for multi-band and multi-mode systems pushes the high-integration of telecommunication systems. This is o?ered by sub-micron CMOS feat- ing digital ?exibility. The recent crisis in telecommunication clearly shows that mobile hand-sets became mass-market high-volume consumer products, where low-cost is of prime importance. This need for low-cost products - livens tremendously research towards CMOS alternatives for the bipolar or BiCMOS solutions in use today.6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. Agilent ADS momentum User Manual, http:// www.agilent.com. HFSS User Manual, http://www.ansoft.com. IEEE Digital Member Library, http://www.ieee.org/ieeemdl. IEEE Xplore, http://ieeexplore.ieee. org.
|Title||:||Low Power VCO Design in CMOS|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2006-01-25|