Receiver Characterization using Periodic Small-Signal Analysis

@inproceedings{Telichevesky1995ReceiverCU,
  title={Receiver Characterization using Periodic Small-Signal Analysis},
  author={Ricardo Telichevesky and Ken Kundert},
  year={1995}
}
| Periodic small-signal analysis is a recently developed approach for AC and noise analysis of linear periodically-varying circuits. This paper presents several new approaches to characterizing the transfer functions, noise, and distortion of communication circuits using this new technique. A receiver is used as an example, but the techniques presented are applicable to a wide variety of circuits, including mixers, samplers, sample-and-holds, chopper-stabilized ampli ers, frequency multipliers… CONTINUE READING
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