Analog Filters in Nanometer CMOS


Author: Heimo Uhrmann,Robert Kolm,Horst Zimmermann

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 3642380131

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 166

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Starting from the basics of analog filters and the poor transistor characteristics in nanometer CMOS 10 high-performance analog filters developed by the authors in 120 nm and 65 nm CMOS are described extensively. Among them are gm-C filters, current-mode filters, and active filters for system-on-chip realization for Bluetooth, WCDMA, UWB, DVB-H, and LTE applications. For the active filters several operational amplifier designs are described. The book, furthermore, contains a review of the newest state of research on low-voltage low-power analog filters. To cover the topic of the book comprehensively, linearization issues and measurement methods for the characterization of advanced analog filters are introduced in addition. Numerous elaborate illustrations promote an easy comprehension. This book will be of value to engineers and researchers in industry as well as scientists and Ph.D students at universities. The book is also recommendable to graduate students specializing on nanoelectronics, microelectronics or circuit engineering.

Mobile Usability : How Nokia Changed the Face of the Mobile Phone

How Nokia Changed the Face of the Mobile Phone


Author: Christian Lindholm,Turkka Keinonen,Harri Kiljander

Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional

ISBN: 9780071385145

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 301

View: 1033

When it comes to delivering product design innovations to mobile device users, Nokia is the yardstick by which all others are judged. Now the process and working methods that have enabled Nokia to revolutionize usability are fully explained for the first time in this beautiful, four-color book. Written with insight by two veterans of Nokia's design triumphs (co-author Christian Lindholm was featured in the August 2002 issue of Business 2.0 magazine)this one-of-a-kind reference vividly delivers: * The complete design process, from concept creation to product testing * The future of small interfaces * Usability engineering in practice in the mobile environment * The elements of a Nokia User Interface * First person accounts of the product development cycle Learn the processes that helped Nokia develop the world's most desirable handheld



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Publisher: N.A


Category: Computers

Page: N.A

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A magazine for designers of interactive products.

Handbook of Research on Mobile Multimedia


Author: Khalil, Ismail

Publisher: IGI Global

ISBN: 1591408687

Category: Computers

Page: 626

View: 5462

"This handbook provides insight into the field of mobile multimedia and associated applications and services"--Provided by publisher.


Proceedings of Papers : 6th International Conference on Telecommunications in Modern Satellite, Cable and Broadcasting Service : Serbia and Montenegro, Niš, 1-3 October, 2003


Author: Bratislav D. Milovanović

Publisher: Institute of Electrical & Electronics Engineers(IEEE)

ISBN: 9780780379633

Category: Telecommunication

Page: 841

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Integrating a Usable Security Protocol into User Authentication Services Design Process


Author: Christina Braz,Ahmed Seffah,Bilal Naqvi

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 0429787499

Category: Computers

Page: 394

View: 7504

There is an intrinsic conflict between creating secure systems and usable systems. But usability and security can be made synergistic by providing requirements and design tools with specific usable security principles earlier in the requirements and design phase. In certain situations, it is possible to increase usability and security by revisiting design decisions made in the past; in others, to align security and usability by changing the regulatory environment in which the computers operate. This book addresses creation of a usable security protocol for user authentication as a natural outcome of the requirements and design phase of the authentication method development life cycle.

WAP-the Wireless Application Protocol

Writing Applications for the Mobile Internet


Author: Sandeep Singhal

Publisher: Addison Wesley Longman

ISBN: 9780201703115

Category: Computers

Page: 678

View: 612

This book is an example of a unique partnership of motivated, technical teammates and would-be competitors coming together to develop a real how to book on the Wireless Application Protocol (WAP). . . . The authors are all actively working in the wireless and Internet industry, on the front line, helping to develop and deliver services to customers using a new wireless Internet standard. . . . They have produced a WAP reference that will become required reading for anyone planning to create applications, author content, or deliver or deploy services to wireless devices. --From the Foreword by Gregory G. Williams, Chairman of the WAP Forum The mobile Internet builds on a radical shift in the way we work, play, and communicate, extending traditional Internet and Web services to wireless devices such as cellular phones and personal digital assistants (PDAs). This book is about the mobile Internet, the technology that powers it, and how to write content and applications for this new environment. It is both a tutorial and a reference for two major audiences: content and application developers who need clear, technical details to guide their work, and business strategists and service p