Wenjun Sheng

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—A fully integrated CMOS low-IF Bluetooth receiver is presented. The receiver consists of a radio frequency (RF) front end, a phase-locked loop (PLL), an active complex filter, a Gaussian frequency shift keying (GFSK) demodulator, and a frequency offset cancellation circuit. The highlights of the receiver include a low-power active complex filter with a(More)
—A unified system-level design methodology for highly integrated CMOS radio frequency receiver design is introduced. This complete system-level design methodology is targeted to minimize the total power consumption of the receiver. System-level design techniques which can be used to derive the overall receiver radio specifications and study noise and(More)
—An efficient mixed-mode Gaussian frequency-shift keying (GFSK) demodulator with a frequency offset cancellation circuit is presented. The structure is suitable for a low-IF Blue-tooth receiver and can also be applied to other receivers involving continuous phase shift keying (CPSK) signals. The demodulator implementation is robust to tolerate process(More)
This paper presents a monolithic low-IF Bluetooth receiver. The highlights of the receiver include a low-power active complex filter with a non-conventional tuning scheme and a high performance mixed-mode GFSK demodulator. The chip was fabricated on a 6.25 mm/sup 2/ die using TSMC 0.35 /spl mu/m standard CMOS process. -82 dBm sensitivity at 1e-3 BER, -10(More)
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