Noise and Sensitivity in RF Envelope Detection Receivers

@article{Huang2013NoiseAS,
  title={Noise and Sensitivity in RF Envelope Detection Receivers},
  author={Xiongchuan Huang and Guido Dolmans and Harmke de Groot and John R. Long},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems II: Express Briefs},
  year={2013},
  volume={60},
  pages={637-641}
}
RF envelope detection receivers (RXs) are largely used in low-power and short-range wireless applications because of their low power consumption. However, such RXs suffer from poor sensitivity. In this brief, the noise characteristic of the RX is analyzed via a nonlinear approach. It identifies the noise contributors in the RX and evaluates their impact on the sensitivity. The proposed method is extended to the synchronized-switching envelope detection RX, and the analysis is verified by the… CONTINUE READING

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