Tom Jung

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—We present a single-chip fully compliant Bluetooth radio fabricated in a digital 130-nm CMOS process. The trans-ceiver is architectured from the ground up to be compatible with digital deep-submicron CMOS processes and be readily integrated with a digital baseband and application processor. The conventional RF frequency synthesizer architecture, based on(More)
The WWVB broadcast of the time-code signal has undergone no major changes in its communications protocol and modulation scheme since its introduction in 1963. Its amplitude-modulation (AM) and pulse-width based representations of its digital symbols were designed to allow for a simple low-cost realization of a receiver based on envelope detection, widely(More)
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