R. Haubenstricker

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A MMIC chip set has been developed for use in a forward-looking Collision Avoidance Radar (CAR) at 77 GHz with diplex radar configuration. The chip set is designed with available MMIC foundry processes using a mix of 0.18 and 0.10 /spl mu/m T-gate PHEMT technology. The diplex radar has certain advantages over FMCW and FSK methods commonly adopted in CAR(More)
Development and performance of a highly integrated multifunction MMIC for synthesizer applications are described. The chip forms the core of a synthesizer and does all the frequency selection and tuning. Measured performance up to 18 GHz is shown in this paper. With some modification to the architecture, it can support frequency generation through 40 GHz.(More)
A variety of Ka- and W-Band MMICs have been developed on common sets of Microwave and Millimeter-wave Device Arrays (MMDA) using a 0.1 /spl mu/m T-gate process. The MMDA approach, similar to digital gate array techniques, has the potential to reduce the cost and cycle time (CCT) of high performance MMIC insertions in low-to-medium volume systems. Various(More)
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