# A Fully Integrated Radio-Fiber Interface in 65 nm CMOS Technology

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In: IEEE Photonics Technology Letters, Vol. 26, No. 5, 2014, p. 444-446.

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T1 - A Fully Integrated Radio-Fiber Interface in 65 nm CMOS Technology

AU - Törmänen, Markus

AU - Sjöland, Henrik

PY - 2014

Y1 - 2014

N2 - In this work we present a fully integrated Radio-Fiber interface implemented in 65nm CMOS, intended for remote antenna units (RAUs) in distributed antenna systems. To relax the requirements on the optical components, an intermediate frequency (IF) signal (100MHz) is transmitted over the multi-mode fiber, which is then up-converted to 2.2GHz inside the RAU. Local Oscillator (LO) signals to the mixers are generated by an on-chip frequency synthesizer. The measured optical to electrical conversion gain\,(V/W) is 59\,dB, whereas the input referred current noise is 3.5pA/$\sqrt{\mathrm{Hz}}$ and SFDR is 96.5dBHz^2/3. An LO leakage of -40dBc and an image rejection ratio of 43\,dB is measured. The circuit achieves an adjacent channel leakage ratio (ACLR) of -39dB and -41dB, for a 10MHz 32QAM signal at output power of 1dBm, and a 3.84MHz QPSK signal at 4dBm, respectively.

AB - In this work we present a fully integrated Radio-Fiber interface implemented in 65nm CMOS, intended for remote antenna units (RAUs) in distributed antenna systems. To relax the requirements on the optical components, an intermediate frequency (IF) signal (100MHz) is transmitted over the multi-mode fiber, which is then up-converted to 2.2GHz inside the RAU. Local Oscillator (LO) signals to the mixers are generated by an on-chip frequency synthesizer. The measured optical to electrical conversion gain\,(V/W) is 59\,dB, whereas the input referred current noise is 3.5pA/$\sqrt{\mathrm{Hz}}$ and SFDR is 96.5dBHz^2/3. An LO leakage of -40dBc and an image rejection ratio of 43\,dB is measured. The circuit achieves an adjacent channel leakage ratio (ACLR) of -39dB and -41dB, for a 10MHz 32QAM signal at output power of 1dBm, and a 3.84MHz QPSK signal at 4dBm, respectively.

U2 - 10.1109/LPT.2013.2295629

DO - 10.1109/LPT.2013.2295629

M3 - Article

VL - 26

SP - 444

EP - 446

JO - IEEE Photonics Technology Letters

JF - IEEE Photonics Technology Letters

SN - 1041-1135

IS - 5

ER -