Full-duplex (FD) transceivers remain a significant challenge as they require \gt 100 dB of cancellation of high levels of self-interference (SI), recreation of large SI channel delay spreads, and real-time canceler adaptation. SI cancelers based on frequency-domain equalization (FDE) ,  demand multiple widely-tunable power-hungry high-Q filters, while those based on FIR-based time-domain equalization (TDE)  - require large delays with fine resolution (see Fig. 6.6.1 for a system simulation based on the isolation profile of an SI channel, where the TX-RX leakage spreads across several 10s of nanoseconds). Additionally, supporting realistic antenna interface isolations of \sim20 dB requires a low-loss canceler and stresses canceler noise and linearity . This work introduces - (i) an N-path switched-capacitor (SC) delay-line with stacked-capacitor voltage gain while enabling nearly ten nanoseconds of RF true-time delay across a large BW (DC to 1GHz), (ii) a new LNTA canceler where the FIR weighting, summation, and output buffer of the canceler is absorbed into the LNTA, and (iii) a closed-loop adaptation algorithm leveraging analytical modeling of tap non-idealities that reduces the computational complexity and data storage. Leveraging a 16-tap RF canceler operating across DC to 1GHz with delays ranging from 0.25ps to 8ns (8 \times compared to  and 40 \times compared to ) and a complex-weighted 8-tap BB canceler with delays ranging from 10ns to 85ns, the FD receiver achieves (i) tunable operation across 200MHz to 1GHz, (ii) wideband SI suppression of up to 65dB (54dB) across 40MHz (80MHz), when operating at 800MHz (13dB higher than  while achieving 2 \times cancellation BW), with (iii) modest NF degradation of 0.8dB (2.8dB) for the low-power mode (high-power mode), while (iv) handling TX power of up to +15 dBm (6dB higher than ) across an initial circulator isolation of only 23dB (11 to 18dB better than  -).