Design by Mathematics : A Novel Approach for the Design of RFICs in Nanoscale CMOS: Advanced concepts for future RF and mmW transceivers in nanoscale CMOS

Abstract : With the advent of nano-scale CMOS technology, exciting new developments have recently taken place in the field of RF and mm-wave transmitters, receivers and frequency synthesizers. The low-voltage, fast speed, fine feature-size and low cost of the new technology have forever changed the way we design circuits, architectures and systems. Not only the RF/mm-wave circuits have taken different shapes from what has been taught in textbooks but also their integration with digital processors have enabled new possibilities for digital assistance, offering autonomous built-in self-testing and self-calibration. This workshop gives an overview and samples of such latest developments.
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Francois Rivet, Yann Deval. Design by Mathematics : A Novel Approach for the Design of RFICs in Nanoscale CMOS: Advanced concepts for future RF and mmW transceivers in nanoscale CMOS. IEEE Radio Frequency Integrated Circuits Symposium, Jun 2017, Honolulu, United States. ⟨hal-01552345⟩

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