Phase Noise in Low-Power Radio Communications

  title={Phase Noise in Low-Power Radio Communications},
  author={Donald C. Wilcoxson},
  • Donald C. Wilcoxson
  • Published 2007
Current radio communication design places a high priority on minimizing power consumption, and as such places tight constraints on the design of various components, including oscillators used in the system. As power consumption requirements become more stringent, the ability to minimize unwanted phase noise in the oscillator diminishes, thus characterization of system performance with phase noisy oscillators is warranted. We analyze the effects of a phase noisy oscillator on two different… CONTINUE READING


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