A 0.74V 200µW multi-standard transceiver digital baseband in 40nm LP-CMOS for 2.4GHz Bluetooth Smart / ZigBee / IEEE 802.15.6 personal area networks


Ultra-low-power (ULP), short-range wireless connectivity is becoming increasingly relevant to a wide range of sensor and actuator node applications, ranging from consumer lifestyle to medical applications. In recent years, a multitude of wireless standards has been proposed to meet differing requirements of individual application domains such as data rates, range, QoS, peak and average power consumption. From a commercial perspective, a single radio component that is capable of supporting multiple wireless standards - targeting multiple application domains/markets - while reducing integration costs is highly preferable. At the same time, the multi-standard support may not compromise low-power operation or silicon area

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Last time updated on 3/30/2019

This paper was published in NARCIS .

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