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Minimization of Phase Noise in Scaled Device Coupled Mode RF Oscillators

This article describes the impact of device scaling on phase noise in coupled oscillators, which have recently emerged as strong contenders for radio frequency (RF) and mixed-signal applications.

June 14, 2007
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As the frequency band for wireless communication shifts higher and higher, the generation of power efficient, low phase noise, broadband and configurable compact signal sources (oscillators) with low cost has become more and more challenging, due to the frequency limitations of the devices (transistors). The performance of communication systems...
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