Ultra Low Power Bandpass Sampling Architectures Using Lamb Wave Filters

Abstract : This article analyzes the use Lamb Wave Resonators (LWR) for IF filtering in RF Bandpass Sampling (BPS) receivers. A filtering mask applicable to a bi-mode (Bluetooth Low Energy and IEEE 802.15.4) receiver is derived for the proposed BPS architecture and is used as design target for an IF filters based on LWR technology. A system-level design method is employed to analyze the impact of three different configurations for the analog IF filter: no filter, medium performance filter, and optimized filter. It is shown how block specifications can be relaxed thanks to the use of LWR filters.
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Luis Lolis, T. Ayed, Carolynn Bernier, Michael Pelissier, Dominique Dallet, et al.. Ultra Low Power Bandpass Sampling Architectures Using Lamb Wave Filters. 8th International NEWCAS Conference, NEWCAS 2010, Jun 2010, Montréal, Canada. pp.165-168. ⟨hal-00501610⟩

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