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Millimeter-Wave Circuits for 5G and Radar

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Thomas Lee, Gernot Hueber, Ali M. Niknejad, Aarno Pärsinnen, Antonio Puglielli, Greg LaCaille, Elad Alon, Borivoje Nikolić, Harish Krishnaswamy, Tolga Dinc, Lucas A. Calderin, Sameet Ramakrishnan, Arun Natarajan, Piet Wambacq, Davide Guermandi, André Bourdoux, Jan Craninckx, Kenichi Okada, Rui Wu, Bodhisatwa Sadhu, Leonard Rexberg, Payam Heydari, Wanghua Wu, R. Bogdan Staszewski, Mohyee Mikhemar, Yang Zhang, Patrick Reynaert, Hyung-Jin Lee, Bernhard Sell
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  • Date Published: June 2019
  • availability: In stock
  • format: Hardback
  • isbn: 9781108492782

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  • Discover the concepts, architectures, components, tools, and techniques needed to design millimeter-wave circuits for current and emerging wireless system applications. Focusing on applications in 5G, connectivity, radar, and more, leading experts in radio frequency integrated circuit (RFIC) design provide a comprehensive treatment of cutting-edge physical-layer technologies for radio frequency (RF) transceivers - specifically RF, analog, mixed-signal, and digital circuits and architectures. The full design chain is covered, from system design requirements through to building blocks, transceivers, and process technology. Gain insight into the key novelties of 5G through authoritative chapters on massive MIMO and phased arrays, and learn about the very latest technology developments, such as FinFET logic process technology for RF and millimeter-wave applications. This is an essential reading and an excellent reference for high-frequency circuit designers in both academia and industry.

    • Includes the latest technology developments, such as FinFET logic process technology for RF and millimeter-wave applications
    • Covers the full design chain, from system design requirements through to building blocks, transceivers, and process technology
    • Written by leading experts in RFIC design
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    'The 5G cellular standard has been under development for a number of years and is projected to support speeds far greater than those of earlier generations. This ambitious goal relies on innovations at all levels of abstraction, and is well served by the publication of Millimeter-Wave Circuits for 5G and Radar. Written by nearly thirty experts in the field, this book provides a great overview of the state of the art and will benefit those who wish to advance their knowledge of millimeter-wave circuits.' Behzad Razavi, University of California, Los Angeles

    'A book of landmark importance for practitioners of 5G RF system and RF circuit design covering millimeter-wave and frequency-division duplex (FDD) transceivers. It covers the essential topics of transceiver system design, beam forming and circuit design for advanced 5G and radar systems.' Kamal Sahota, Qualcomm

    'This book is an excellent read with topics ranging from architecture to layouts, and the concepts are illustrated by test results from manufactured circuits in advance technology nodes. Leading industry and academic researchers give a comprehensive overview of system aspects as well as in-depth state-of-the-art circuit design solutions. The scope is also very timely, as integration of advanced radio and radar transceivers is the key enabling technology for 5G communication and automotive application hardware.' Sven Mattisson, Ericsson

    'This book is on the 5G system and radar, which are both part of our future indeed. A wide range of experts have been brought together to discuss the design of high-frequency circuitry for 5G and radar. Both the system level and the transistor level are addressed in great detail. It includes 5G system considerations and transceivers, Digital PLLs, VCOs, and power amplifiers, etc. Actually in systems of such complexity few circuits of importance can be missing. Linearity and noise considerations are omnipresent as well. The last chapter provides the trade-off between planar CMOS and FinFETs. This is a choice which each designer faces sooner or later. As a result this book is a must for whoever wants to play a design role in the coming 5G or radar systems.' Willy Sansen, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven

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    • Date Published: June 2019
    • format: Hardback
    • isbn: 9781108492782
    • length: 454 pages
    • dimensions: 253 x 179 x 26 mm
    • weight: 1.05kg
    • contains: 332 b/w illus.
    • availability: In stock
  • Table of Contents

    Foreword Thomas Lee
    1. Introduction Gernot Hueber and Ali M. Niknejad
    2. 5G Transceivers from requirements to system models and analysis Aarno Pärsinnen
    3. MU-MIMO and massive MIMO for 5G radios Antonio Puglielli, Greg LaCaille, Elad Alon, Borivoje Nikolić and Ali M. Niknejad
    4. RF and millimeter-wave full-duplex wireless for 5G and beyond Harish Krishnaswamy and Tolga Dinc
    5. Flexible integrated architectures for frequency division duplex communication Lucas A. Calderin, Sameet Ramakrishnan, Elad Alon, Borivoje Nikolić and Ali M. Niknejad
    6. Scalable RF and millimeter-wave multi-beam approaches Arun Natarajan
    7. Millimeter-wave radar SoC integration in CMOS Piet Wambacq, Davide Guermandi, André Bourdoux and Jan Craninckx
    8. CMOS transceiver design for ultra-high-speed millimeter-wave wireless communication Kenichi Okada and Rui Wu
    9. Phased arrays for 5G millimeter-wave communications Bodhisatwa Sadhu and Leonard Rexberg
    10. Millimeter-wave frequency synthesis based on frequency multiplications Payam Heydari
    11. Digitally intensive PLL and clock generation Wanghua Wu and R. Bogdan Staszewski
    12. Practical VCO design Mohyee Mikhemar
    13. CMOS power amplifier design for 5G mobile applications Yang Zhang and Patrick Reynaert
    14. FinFET process technology for RF and millimeter-wave applications Hyung-Jin Lee and Bernhard Sell.

  • Editors

    Gernot Hueber, Silicon Austria Labs, Austria
    Gernot Hueber is Chief Scientist RF at Silicon Austria Labs leading the RF Research Unit. Previously, he held various positions in industry and academia in the field of wireless communications. He has published extensively on radio frequency integrated circuits (RFICs), and has over sixty patents in the field.

    Ali M. Niknejad, University of California, Berkeley
    Ali M. Niknejad is a Professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences at University of California, Berkeley, and Faculty Director of the Berkeley Wireless Research Center. He is the author of Electromagnetics for High-Speed Analog and Digital Communication Circuits (Cambridge, 2007), and a Fellow of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE).

    Contributors

    Thomas Lee, Gernot Hueber, Ali M. Niknejad, Aarno Pärsinnen, Antonio Puglielli, Greg LaCaille, Elad Alon, Borivoje Nikolić, Harish Krishnaswamy, Tolga Dinc, Lucas A. Calderin, Sameet Ramakrishnan, Arun Natarajan, Piet Wambacq, Davide Guermandi, André Bourdoux, Jan Craninckx, Kenichi Okada, Rui Wu, Bodhisatwa Sadhu, Leonard Rexberg, Payam Heydari, Wanghua Wu, R. Bogdan Staszewski, Mohyee Mikhemar, Yang Zhang, Patrick Reynaert, Hyung-Jin Lee, Bernhard Sell

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