Louis Fan Fei

Louis
Fan Fei
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Translinear Circuits Tackle RF Signals
By designing circuits meant to operate in the current domain by means of translinear principles, a range of complex analog signal processing designs can be assembled quickly.
Analyze Requirements For WEDGE Receivers
Third-generation (3G) cellular networks offer unprecedented functionality and services for consumers, but also a host of challenges for handset designers. To provide the many services available, a mobile handset must work seamlessly ...
Developing Designs For CMOS Power Amplifiers
The power amplifier (PA) is an essential building block for highly integrated silicon CMOS wireless transmitters and transceivers, with many different configurations possible.
Enhance CMOS Charge Pumps And Phase-Frequency Detectors
Careful design of the phase-frequency detector and charge pump in a PLL frequency synthesizer can yield benefits in reduced phase jitter and output spurious content.
Slot Boosts Bandwidth Of WLAN Patch Antenna
This U-shaped slot provides a simple but effective means of adding resonance to a basic patch-antenna design for increased bandwidth in 5-GHz WLAN applications.
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