RF Research papers

rf and analog papers

Dennis Ma RF Receiver Systems and Circuits
Stephen Yue RF mixer circuit Linearization Techniques

Hossein Alizadeh Active and Passive CMOS mixers

Jeff Chow RF Image-Reject Receivers

Paul Westergaard CMOS LNA’s

Aichin Chung LC oscillators: Theory and Design
Marcus van Ierssel Oscillator phase noise and jitter
Boris Krnic Phase noise of VCOs
Imran Ahmed Wide Range Tuning in CMOS LC-VCOs

Robert Przyslupski Frequency regenerative dividers
Eric Hu Low-Voltage Phase-locked Loop Design Techniques
Faisal Musa Noise Analysis of PLL and System Trade-offs
Jonathan Cheung Low-jitter phase locked loops

Operational Amplifiers
Eliyahu Zamir Low voltage opamp design Techniques
Tony Pialis Low voltage, low power op amp design
Ricky Yuen Low-Voltage Switched-Op amp Circuits
Ahmed Gharbiya Op Amps Rail to Rail Input Stages Using Complementary Differential Pairs

Analog Building Blocks

Shahriar Shahramian *High Speed Track and Hold Amplifier
Raymond Tam CMOS Variable Gain Amplifiers
Stephen Liu Universal Active Elements

Altan Hazneci Current feedback Amps
Donny Mota Fully-Differential Op Amps and Common Mode Feedback Circuit Design

Louie Pylarinos, Charge Pump Circuits

Reference Circuits


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  1. Sarafine

    The difference is that a votalge source keeps the votalge constant but a current source keeps the current constant. So, a votalge source does not care about the current, its duty is to keep the votalge as required. The current passing through a votalge source can be negative, zero or positive, it may vary by time but the votalge is constant for sure. A current source is the dual. Voltage across a current source can be positive, zero or negative or it can vary by time but the current is fixed. Do not try to find a simple physical element which matches with a current source. For a votalge source, a battery is a perfect match but there is no such a element which matches current sources that perfect. Some elements behave like current sources in some operating point.