A CMOS low-power receiving signal strength indicator using weak-inversion limiting amplifiers

@article{Wang2011ACL,
  title={A CMOS low-power receiving signal strength indicator using weak-inversion limiting amplifiers},
  author={K. Wang and Jiangmin Gu and Kok Meng Lim and J. Yan and W. Lim and Xiang Cao and Z. Wang and K. Ma and K. S. Yeo},
  journal={2011 IEEE International Conference of Electron Devices and Solid-State Circuits},
  year={2011},
  pages={1-2}
}
  • K. Wang, Jiangmin Gu, +6 authors K. S. Yeo
  • Published 2011
  • Engineering
  • 2011 IEEE International Conference of Electron Devices and Solid-State Circuits
  • Receiving signal strength indicator (RSSI) has been widely used in wireless receiver communication systems such as wireless local personal networks (e.g. Bluetooth), wireless local area networks (e.g. WLAN 802.11a, b, g, j, n), cellular networks (e.g. GSM, UMTS), digital broadcasting (e.g. DAB, DVB-TH), and positioning systems (e.g. GPS) [1–3]. The RSSI is normally employed to represent the received signal power strength. It can also be used to adjust the gains of the RF front-end, analog… CONTINUE READING

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