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研究生:羅威仁
研究生(外文):LO,WEI-JEN
論文名稱:次世代無線通訊接收機前端關鍵元件及電路之研製
論文名稱(外文):Development of Key Components and Circuits for Front-End of Next-Generation Wireless Communication Receivers
指導教授:鍾明桉鍾明桉引用關係
指導教授(外文):CHUNG,MING-AN
口試委員:郭岳芳王紳鍾明桉廖兆祥
口試委員(外文):KUO,YUE-FANGWANG, SENCHUNG,MING-ANLIAO,CHAO-HSIANG
口試日期:2022-07-14
學位類別:碩士
校院名稱:國立臺北科技大學
系所名稱:電子工程系
學門:工程學門
學類:電資工程學類
論文種類:學術論文
論文出版年:2022
畢業學年度:110
語文別:中文
論文頁數:168
中文關鍵詞:接收機5G6G低軌道衛星次太赫茲壓控振盪器低雜訊放大器平衡不平衡轉換器巴倫功率分配器枝幹耦合器天線感測器
外文關鍵詞:Receiver5G6GLEOD-bandVCOLNABalunPower DividerBranch-line couplerAntenna Sensor
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摘要 i
ABSTRACT ii
誌謝 iv
目錄 vi
圖目錄 x
表目錄 1
1 第一章 緒論 2
1.1 研究背景 2
1.2 研究動機 4
1.3 論文組織 5
2 第二章 Ku與Ka雙頻段寬調變壓控振盪器設計 6
2.1 簡介 6
2.2 電路原理 8
2.2.1 LC共振腔 8
2.2.2 互補式壓控振盪器 12
2.2.3 電流鏡 13
2.3 電路設計 15
2.3.1 VCO設計 15
2.3.2 共振腔分析 17
2.3.3 傳輸線分析 19
2.3.4 參數調整分析 24
2.3.5 模擬與電磁模擬結果分析 25
2.4 量測結果與分析 30
2.4.1 量測系統 30
2.4.2 量測結果 31
2.4.3 討論 36
2.5 文獻討論與比較 37
2.6 結論 38
3 第三章 Ku頻段低雜訊放大器設計 39
3.1 簡介 39
3.2 電路原理 41
3.2.1 基本放大器架構 41
3.2.2 重要參數 45
3.3 電路設計 49
3.3.1 LNA設計 49
3.3.2 源極退化電感架構 51
3.3.3 Cascade 53
3.3.4 模擬與電磁模擬結果分析 54
3.4 低雜訊放大器量測結果分析 56
3.4.1 量測系統 56
3.4.2 量測結果 56
3.4.3 討論 59
3.5 文獻討論與比較 63
3.6 結論 64
4 第四章 第六代行動通訊關鍵零組件被動元件設計 65
4.1 第六代行動通訊簡介 65
4.2 平衡不平衡轉換器設計 68
4.2.1 文獻回顧 68
4.2.2 電路原理 69
4.2.3 等效電路模型 72
4.2.4 電路設計與實作 73
4.2.5 量測結果 77
4.2.6 文獻討論與比較 83
4.2.7 結論 84
4.3 功率分配器設計 85
4.3.1 文獻回顧 85
4.3.2 電路原理 85
4.3.3 等效電路模型 87
4.3.4 電路設計與實作 88
4.3.5 量測系統與結果 92
4.3.6 文獻討論與比較 98
4.3.7 結論 99
4.4 枝幹耦合器設計 101
4.4.1 文獻回顧 101
4.4.2 電路原理 102
4.4.3 電路設計與實作 104
4.4.4 量測系統與結果 109
4.4.5 文獻討論與比較 115
4.4.6 結論 116
4.5 結論 117
5 第五章 多合一晶片設計應用-近場感測之可調節波束毫米波天線感測器 118
5.1 簡介 118
5.2 傳統電路與天線設計 121
5.2.1 平行耦合器 121
5.2.2 微帶線晶片天線的結構 122
5.3 晶片佈局與設計 124
5.3.1 平行耦合器設計 124
5.3.2 微帶線晶片天線的結構 125
5.4 功率密度模擬分析 137
5.5 毫米波天線感測器晶片量測與結果分析 139
5.5.1 量測系統 139
5.5.2 量測結果 140
5.6 結論 144
6 第六章 結論 145
6.1 總結 145
6.2 未來展望 146
參考文獻 147

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