Abstract

Zero-if transceivers suffer from the imbalance of the I and Q paths. By using a complex low-pass filter topology instead of a conventional pair of real low-pass filters, this imperfection can be reduced. Both analytical and numerical analysis show that the proposed technique is significantly more robust to circuit imperfections than the traditional architecture.

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Electrical and Computer Engineering

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URL: http://digitalcommons.calpoly.edu/eeng_fac/137