Conclusion And Further Work

Part of the Analog Circuits and Signal Processing book series (ACSP)


The work presented in this monograph focused on an enhanced design and implementation of low phase noise frequency synthesizers as local oscillators in transceivers for multimode WLAN applications covering all 802.1 1a, b, and g standards.


Phase Noise Local Oscillator Frequency Synthesizer Phase Noise Performance Direct Modulation Transmitter 
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