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A SiGe BiCMOS broadband mixer and analog multiplier using LC ladder matching networks and attenuation-compensation method were first proposed. This broadband mixer achieves measured conversion gain of 19 dB with a 3-dB bandwidth from 0.1 to 23 GHz. The mixer was fabricated in a commercial 0.35-/spl mu/m SiGe BiCMOS technology and demonstrated the highest(More)
The analysis and design flow for reduced-size Marchand rat-race hybrids are presented in this paper. A simplified single-to-differential mode is used to analyze the Marchand balun, and the methodology to reduce the size of Marchand balun is developed. The 60-GHz CMOS singly balanced gate mixer and diode mixer using the reduced-size Marchand rat-race hybrid(More)
—A broadband distributed sub-harmonic resistive field effect transistor mixer with a novel modified rat-race broadside coupler using a 0.13-m CMOS foundry process is presented in this letter. Using the broadside coupler, a reduced-size rat-race is fabricated with a compact size of 110 80 m 2. From the measurement results, the mixer achieved a conversion(More)
Using the concept of loss compensation, novel broad-band monolithic microwave integrated circuits (MMICs), including an amplifier and an analog multiplier/mixer, with LC ladder matching networks in a commercial 0.35-mum SiGe BiCMOS technology are demonstrated for the first time. An HBT two-stage cascade single-stage distributed amplifier (2-CSSDA) using the(More)
In this paper, a novel 180°hybrid with different input frequencies is proposed to combine RF and local oscillator (LO) signals with different frequencies in a gate/base-pumped harmonic mixer. The detailed analysis and design procedures are presented in this paper. To further reduce the chip size, the multilayer metallization above the lossy silicon(More)
A wideband analog correlator has been constructed for the Yuan-Tseh Lee Array for Microwave Background Anisotropy. Lag correlators using analog mul-tipliers provide large bandwidth and moderate frequency resolution. Broadband IF distribution, backend signal processing and control are described. Operating conditions for optimum sensitivity and linearity are(More)
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