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Etude, conception et réalisation d’un récepteur d’activation RF ultra basse consommation pour l’internet des objets

Abstract : Wireless technologies are now widespread due to the easiness of use they provide. Consequently, the number of radio devices increases. Despite of the efforts to reduce radio circuits power consumption as they are more and more numerous, now they must achieve ultra-low power consumption. Today, radio devices are made more efficient to reduce their power consumption especially for the receiving part. Indeed, for asynchronous communication, a lot of energy is wasted by the receiver waiting for a transmission. In order to avoid this waste, new standards have been created such as Zigbee and Bluetooth Low Energy. Due to periodic operation with ultra-low duty cycle, they provide ultra-low power consumption. Another solution to drastically reduce the power consumption has emerged, wake-up receiver. Wake-up receivers are based in simple architecture to provide ultra-low power consumption, they are only in charge to wait for a frame and when it occurs, wake-up the main receiver put in standby mode before that. The proposed wake-up receiver has been designed in NXP CMOS technology 160 μm. It provides a-54 dBm sensitivity, consuming 35 μA which allows a 70m range considering a 10 dBm emitter at 433,92 MHz. This wake-up receiver operates with ASK modulation, compared to others it provides a smart patented calibration system to get the necessary reference voltage for demodulation. This mechanism provide DC offset robustness and does not drain any current while the wake-up receiver is operating. To wake up the main receiver a 24 bits programmable Manchester code is required. This code at 25 kbps is programmable by the use of an SPI interface.
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Lucie Chandernagor. Etude, conception et réalisation d’un récepteur d’activation RF ultra basse consommation pour l’internet des objets. Electronique. Université de Limoges, 2016. Français. ⟨NNT : 2016LIMO0126⟩. ⟨tel-01466725⟩



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