An Ultra Low-Power CMOS Transceiver Using Various Low-Power Techniques for LR-WPAN Applications

  title={An Ultra Low-Power CMOS Transceiver Using Various Low-Power Techniques for LR-WPAN Applications},
  author={Yong-Il Kwon and Sang-Gyu Park and Ta-Joon Park and Koon-Shik Cho and Hai-Young Lee},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems I: Regular Papers},
In this work, we implemented and evaluated a fully integrated 2.4 GHz CMOS RF transceiver using various low-power techniques for low-rate wireless personal area network (IEEE 802.15.4 LR_WPAN) applications in 0.18-μm CMOS technology. In order to achieve an ultra low power consumption, a RC oscillator (OSC) operating below 200 nA, a regulator operating below 200 nA for sleep mode, a quick start block for the crystal oscillator, a passive wake-up circuit, a LNA with negative gm, a current… CONTINUE READING
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