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Millimeter-wave anti-collision radars have been widely investigated in advanced CMOS technologies recently. This paper presents a fully integrated 77GHz FMCW radar system in 65nm CMOS. The FMCW radar transmits a continuous wave which is triangularly modulated in frequency and receives the wave reflected from objects. As can be illustrated in Fig. 11.2.1,(More)
—This paper presents two fully integrated binary phase-shift keying (BPSK) and quadrature phase-shift keying (QPSK) transceivers operating at-band [carrier frequency = 212 mW (Tx) and 166 mW (Rx) from a 1.2-V supply. Both cases are measured with link distance of 1 m and antenna gain of 24 dBi.
Modern high-speed wireless data links such as 60GHz RF and point-to-point communications activate research on Gb/s transceivers for V-band (50 to 75GHz) and W-band (75 to 110GHz). Conventional approaches in SiGe or III-V compounds simply consume too much power and occupy too large area, in addition to the integration difficulty. In CMOS realizations,(More)
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