Publications (2)

  • H. Waite · P. Ta · J. Chen · [...] · S. Clamagirand
    [Show abstract] [Hide abstract] ABSTRACT: This paper describes a highly integrated CDMA 2000 US-CEL band (880-MHz) receiver. The single-chip zero-IF design incorporates all receiver signal-path functions including the low-noise amplifier (LNA) on a single die. The complete receiver design exceeds the stringent linearity and local oscillator (LO) leakage requirements for this standard arising from the coexistence with narrow-band FM signals. The integrated LNA achieves 1.0-dB noise figure with +9-dBm IIP3 at high gain, and by maintaining LO leakage to the antenna port well below -80 dBm at all gain settings, no external LNA is required. The receiver is fabricated in a 0.25-μm 40-GHz f<sub>t</sub> BICMOS technology, and occupies 3 mm<sup>2</sup>.
    Article · Aug 2004 · IEEE Journal of Solid-State Circuits
  • H. Waite · P. Ta · J Chen · [...] · E. Soudee
    [Show abstract] [Hide abstract] ABSTRACT: This paper describes a highly integrated CDMA 2000 US-CEL band receiver signal path functions including the LNA on a single die. The complete receiver design exceeds the stringent linearity and LO leakage requirements for this standard arising from the co-existence with narrow band FM signals. The integrated LNA achieves 1.0dB noise figure with +9dBm IIP3 at high gain, and by maintaining LO leakage to the antenna port well below -80dBm at all gain settings, no external LNA is required. The receiver is fabricated in a 0.25μm 40 GHz ft BICMOS technology, and occupies 3mm<sup>2</sup>.
    Conference Paper · Oct 2003