Realization of Analog circuits in Near Field Communication Process for better throughput Performance

  • S. Syed Ameer Abbas, P. VishnooPriyaa,A. Vinitha

Abstract

In this paper a better throughput in Near Field Communication (NFC) is achieved using advanced modulation technique such as Ternary Quadrature Amplitude Modulation(TQAM) in 250nm CMOS process. Using Electromagnetic induction concepts, NFC makes a wireless communication with transmitter and receiver protocols. In this proposed work, transistor circuits for Transmitter and Receiver modules of NFC are designed using TQAM concepts.  TQAM is  highly efficient compared to other modulation techniques like ASK, PSK, QAM. TQAM utilizes both amplitude and phase variations. The Main reason to use the TQAM is to increase the data rate in the communication process. The Transmitter and receiver module are integrated in analog domain and synthesized using the Tanner tool software environment 

Published
2020-04-19
How to Cite
S. Syed Ameer Abbas, P. VishnooPriyaa,A. Vinitha. (2020). Realization of Analog circuits in Near Field Communication Process for better throughput Performance. International Journal of Advanced Science and Technology, 29(7s), 1176 - 1193. Retrieved from https://sersc.org/journals/index.php/IJAST/article/view/10637