|Title:||A 0.5-V 400-MHz Transceiver Using Injection-Locked Techniques in 180-nm CMOS||Authors:||C.-R. Lee
|Keywords:||Differential binary phase shifting keying (D-BPSK); receiver; transceiver; transmitter||Issue Date:||2018||Source:||IEEE ICSICT||Abstract:||
A 0.5-V 10-Mbps differential BPSK (D-BPSK) transceiver is presented in this paper. The receiver (RX) adopts a dynamic phase-to-amplitude conversion with the injection-locking technique to demodulate the received signal. The transmitter (TX) multiplexes the appropriate phases to generate the phase-modulation signal using subharmonic injection technique. This work is fabricated in TSMC 180-nm CMOS process. At 10-Mbps data rate, the RX and TX consume 0.29 mW and 1 mW, respectively. The energy efficiency of RX and TX achieves 100 pJ/bit and 29 pJ/bit, respectively. RX sensitivity is -60 dBm. © 2018 IEEE.
|URI:||https://scholars.lib.ntu.edu.tw/handle/123456789/428210||DOI:||10.1109/icsict.2018.8565639||SDG/Keyword:||Binary phase shift keying; Energy efficiency; Receivers (containers); Transceivers; Transmitters; Binary phase; Injection techniques; Injection-locked technique; Injection-locking; Modulation signals; Received signals; Receivers (Rx); Transmitters (Tx); CMOS integrated circuits
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