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ii This dissertation presents the multi-standard receiver architecture and the corresponding RF front-end design supporting Bluetooth and IEEE 802.11a/b WLAN standards with small form factor, low cost, and low power consumption. To maximize the level of component share in the proposed multi-standard receiver, the corresponding standards is analyzed and applied to the proposed multi-standard receiver architecture. Zero-IF architecture is chosen for IEEE 802.11a/b WLANs, and low-IF architecture for Bluetooth, respectively. The system specifications and the building block specifications is derived from the corresponding standards and verified by spreadsheet models taking into account of major design issues such as dc offset, flicker noise and image-rejection. The spreadsheet simulation results prove the validity of the system analysis and the proposed multi-standard receiver architecture. This dissertation also presents the design of the RF front-end consisting of LNAs, SDCs and downconversion I/Q mixers for multi-standard receiver mentioned above. T

Year: 2004
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