Design and simulation of a down-conversion CMOS mixer for UWB applications

@article{Jouri2010DesignAS,
  title={Design and simulation of a down-conversion CMOS mixer for UWB applications},
  author={Mostafa Jouri and Abbas Golmakani and Mohsen Yahyabadi and Hojat Khosrowjerdi},
  journal={ECTI-CON2010: The 2010 ECTI International Confernce on Electrical Engineering/Electronics, Computer, Telecommunications and Information Technology},
  year={2010},
  pages={937-940}
}
in this paper, a CMOS down-conversion mixer for UWB applications is presented. The mixer circuit is designed by using a TSMC 0.18um RF CMOS technology, working at the 3.1GHz–10.6GHz frequency Range. The core of the mixer has been designed based on Gilbert cell architecture and uses a Current Bleeding method for increasing the linearity, decreasing direct noise and improvement of conversion gain. A wide band matching is used in RF and LO inputs to provide a good match over the entire frequency… CONTINUE READING

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