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Identité
Nicolas BEILLEAU
État académique
Thèse soutenue le 2008-04-07
Sujet: CONVERTISSEURS ANALOGIQUE-NUMERIQUE SIGMA-DELTA PASSE-BANDE RADIO-FREQUENCE
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Productions scientifiques
ftp://asim.lip6.fr/pub/reports/2009/ar.javid.iscas.1.2009.pdf
The Design of RF Bandpass Sigma-Delta Modulators with Bulk Acoustic Wave Resonators
ISCAS IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems , Taipei, Taiwan 2009
ftp://asim.lip6.fr/pub/reports/2009/ar.beill.rfic.1.2009.pdf
A 1.3V 26mW 3.2GS/s Undersampled LC Bandpass Sigma-Delta ADC for a SDR ISM-band Receiver in 130nm CMOS
RFIC IEEE Radio Frequency Integrated Circuits Symposium , Boston, MA, USA 2009
978 1 4244 5090 9
A Q-enhanced LC bandpass filter using CAIRO
In this paper, we present a systematic design procedure for Q-enhanced integrated LC filters, which does not require any simulations and is thus suitable for design automation. The design procedure has been described in the CAIRO analog design environment, containing the BSIM3v3 models of the MOS transistors. Precise estimations of the quality factor and the resonance frequency were made possible by adding the integrated inductance pi-model into the design environment. Several design examples of 2.4 GHz Q-enhanced LC filters are given in a 0.13 um CMOS process.
IEEE International Conference on Electronic Circuits and Systems, (ICECS), Tunisia 2009
Soutenance
Thèse: CONVERTISSEURS ANALOGIQUE-NUMERIQUE SIGMA-DELTA PASSE-BANDE RADIO-FREQUENCE
Soutenance: 2008-04-07