|Title:||A 0.5-V, 1.79-μW, 250-kbps Wake-up Receiver for IoT application in 90-nm CMOS||Authors:||Zhang Z.-C
|Keywords:||direct envelope detection; internet of things; level-Tracking calibration; Manchester encoder and decoder; wake-up receiver||Issue Date:||2020||Source:||2020 International Symposium on VLSI Design, Automation and Test, VLSI-DAT 2020||Abstract:||
This paper presents the design of a low-power wake-up receiver (WuRX). The proposed WuRX composed of an active envelope detector with high input impedance to support high passive gain, a self-biased high-gain IF-Amplifier, a dynamic comparator, and a proposed level-Tracking calibration circuit that mitigates circuit drift. This OOK-modulated WuRX is implemented in a 90-nm CMOS process and operates at the 400-MHz MICS band. Operated from a 0.5-V supply, this WuRX consumes 1.79-W. It supports 250-kbps data rate and achieves-40-dBm sensitivity. ? 2020 IEEE.
|DOI:||10.1109/VLSI-DAT49148.2020.9196261||SDG/Keyword:||CMOS integrated circuits; Comparators (optical); Intermediate frequency amplifiers; VLSI circuits; Wakes; Calibration circuits; Dynamic comparators; Envelope detectors; High input impedance; IOT applications; Level tracking; Passive gains; Wake-up receiver; Internet of things|
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