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mm-Wave Silicon Power Amplifiers and Transmitters

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Hossein Hashemi, Sanjay Raman, David Harame, Vibhor Jain, Renata Camillo Castillo, Antonio Scuderi, Egidio Ragonese, James Buckwalter, Harish Krishnaswamy, Anandaroop Chakarbarti, Kunal Datta, Peter Asbeck, Jeng-Han Tsai, Jin-Fu Yeh, Tian-Wei Huang, Patrick Reynaert, Dixian Zhao, Ali Niknejad, Sorin Voinigescu, Arun Natarajan, Brian Floyd, Ali Hajimiri, Steve Bowers, Kaushik Sengupta, Kaushik Dasgupta
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  • Date Published: April 2016
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  • isbn: 9781316396988

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  • Build high-performance, spectrally clean, energy-efficient mm-wave power amplifiers and transmitters with this cutting-edge guide to designing, modeling, analysing, implementing and testing new mm-wave systems. Suitable for students, researchers and practicing engineers, this self-contained guide provides in-depth coverage of state-of-the-art semiconductor devices and technologies, linear and nonlinear power amplifier technologies, efficient power combining systems, circuit concepts, system architectures and system-on-a-chip realizations. The world's foremost experts from industry and academia cover all aspects of the design process, from device technologies to system architectures. Accompanied by numerous case studies highlighting practical design techniques, tradeoffs and pitfalls, this is a superb resource for those working with high-frequency systems.

    • Covers deeply scaled CMOS and SiGe HBT/BiCMOS technologies
    • Includes detailed discussion of advanced topics, including transistor stacking, digital transmitters and self-healing approaches
    • Provides valuable insight into methods for achieving high power efficiency while maintaining high performance with complex waveforms
    • Includes contributions from world-renowned expert authors
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    • Date Published: April 2016
    • format: Adobe eBook Reader
    • isbn: 9781316396988
    • contains: 407 b/w illus. 18 tables
    • availability: This ISBN is for an eBook version which is distributed on our behalf by a third party.
  • Table of Contents

    1. Silicon-based mm-wave transmitters: motivation and state-of-the-art Hossein Hashemi and Sanjay Raman
    2. Characteristics, performance, modelling, and reliability of SiGe HBT technologies for mm-wave power amplifiers David Harame, Vibhor Jain and Renata Camillo Castillo
    3. Characteristics, performance, modelling, and reliability of CMOS technologies for mm-wave power amplifiers Antonio Scuderi and Egidio Ragonese
    4. Linear-mode mm-wave silicon power amplifiers James Buckwalter
    5. Switching-mode mm-wave silicon power amplifiers Harish Krishnaswamy, Anandaroop Chakarbarti, Kunal Datta and Hossein Hashemi
    6. Stacked mm-wave amplifiers Peter Asbeck and Harish Krishnaswamy
    7. On-chip power combining techniques for mm-wave silicon power amplifiers Jeng-Han Tsai, Jin-Fu Yeh and Tian-Wei Huang
    8. Out-phasing mm-wave silicon transmitters Patrick Reynaert and Dixian Zhao
    9. Digital mm-wave silicon transmitters Ali Niknejad and Sorin Voinigescu
    10. System-on-a-chip mm-wave silicon transmitters Arun Natarajan and Brian Floyd
    11. Self-healing for mm-wave power amplifiers Ali Hajimiri, Steve Bowers, Kaushik Sengupta and Kaushik Dasgupta.

  • Editors

    Hossein Hashemi, University of Southern California
    Hossein Hashemi is a Professor of Electrical Engineering, Ming Hseih Faculty Fellow, and the co-director of the Ming Hsieh Institute and Ultimate Radio Laboratory, University of Southern California.

    Sanjay Raman, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
    Sanjay Raman is a Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Virginia Tech and a former Program Manager in the Microsystems Technology Office, DARPA. He is a Fellow of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers.

    Contributors

    Hossein Hashemi, Sanjay Raman, David Harame, Vibhor Jain, Renata Camillo Castillo, Antonio Scuderi, Egidio Ragonese, James Buckwalter, Harish Krishnaswamy, Anandaroop Chakarbarti, Kunal Datta, Peter Asbeck, Jeng-Han Tsai, Jin-Fu Yeh, Tian-Wei Huang, Patrick Reynaert, Dixian Zhao, Ali Niknejad, Sorin Voinigescu, Arun Natarajan, Brian Floyd, Ali Hajimiri, Steve Bowers, Kaushik Sengupta, Kaushik Dasgupta

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