Mohamed El Said

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There has been an increased demand for 3G cell phones that support multiple bands of operation and are backward compatible with the 2G/2.5G standard to provide coverage where 3G networks have not yet been fully deployed. The transceiver design for such a handset becomes complicated with the need for separate transceivers for 3G and 2G/2.5G [1,2] or for(More)
This paper describes a 2.5G cellular transceiver with standard DigRF interface, implemented in a low-cost 0.13µm CMOS process. This is the first CMOS single-chip, polar closed-loop transmitter, excluding the power amplifier (PA). This transmitter achieves an efficiency of 26% in EDGE mode by linearizing a saturated PA in a closed-loop feedback(More)
A multi-mode WPAN transceiver implemented in an SoC is presented. Fabricated in 40-nm CMOS, the chip supports IEEE 802.15.4 and all modes of Bluetooth. Consuming 7.8 mW from a 1.2-V supply, the receiver has a sensitivity of −104, −98, −95/−94/−88 dBm in 802.15.4, BLE and Bluetooth BDR/EDR2/EDR3, respectively. The(More)
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