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Title: CMOS RF front-end receivers for DVB-SH
Authors: García Vázquez, Hugo 
Director: Del Pino Suárez, Francisco Javier 
Lalchand Khemchandani, Sunil 
UNESCO Clasification: 330703 Diseño de circuitos
330790 Microelectrónica
330791 Microelectrónica. Tecnología del silicio
330793 Microelectrónica. Diseño
Keywords: Sistemas electrónicos
Amplificadores electrónicos
Issue Date: 2013
Abstract: The aim of this research work is to present different alternatives for implementing power and area efficient RF receivers for Digital TV based on DV B - SH specifi- cations. The results of the present work are integrated in an ambitious research project: RECITAL +, DV B - SH Digital TV Receiver, Spanish Ministry of Science and Innovation (TEC2008-06881-C03-01). In order to achieve the objective, the following milestones have been determined and achieved: 1. Study of DV B - SH standard and proposal for an advanced receiver architec- ture. This receiver will be conceived so as to incorporate optimal solutions regarding power consumption. 2. Commercially available silicon technology selection. 3. Development (design, tape-out and measurement) of basic building blocks to be part of the advanced DV B - SH receiver. In this regard, the design of the blocks that constitutes the RF front-end ( LNAs , MIXERs ) is proposed. 4. Integration and implementation of RF subsystems: the implementation of the chipset with the minimum number of external components will be studied.
Description: Programa de doctorado: Ingeniería de Telecomunicación Avanzada.
Faculty: Escuela de Ingeniería de Telecomunicación y Electrónica
Institute: IU de Microelectrónica Aplicada
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10553/11537
Rights: by-nc-nd
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