A varying pulse width 5th-derivative gaussian pulse generator for UWB transceivers in CMOS

  title={A varying pulse width 5th-derivative gaussian pulse generator for UWB transceivers in CMOS},
  author={Haolu Xie and Xin Wang and Albert Z. Wang and Bin Zhao and Yumei Zhou and Bo Qin and Hongyi Chen and Zhihua Wang},
  journal={2008 IEEE Radio and Wireless Symposium},
A fully integrated, ultra low-power, varying pulse width fifth-order derivative Gaussian pulse generator designed and fabricated in a commercial 0.18 mum CMOS technology is reported for 3-10 GHz impulse ultra wideband (UWB) transceivers. The fifth-order derivative Gaussian pulse generator circuit consists of four parallel Gaussian pulse formation blocks and an output stage. It can generate UWB pulse signals with adjustable pulse width ranging from 240 picoseconds to a few nanoseconds… CONTINUE READING
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