Teodora Baras

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The manufacturing reliability of low-temperature co-fired ceramic circuits up to millimeter-wave frequencies and the associated tolerances are studied. The printing accuracy and software tools are initially verified. In the main part of this study, representative circuit elements are analyzed, i.e., a planar bandpass filter, buried filter, and vertical(More)
This paper addresses the problem of named entity recognition (NER) in travel-related search queries. NER is an important step toward a richer understanding of user-generated inputs in information retrieval systems. NER in queries is challenging due to minimal context and few structural clues. NER in restricted-domain queries is useful in vertical search(More)
We report on fully integrated <i>K</i> -band synthesizer and signal converter modules. The designs are realized in low-temperature co-fired ceramics, making extensively use of the multilayer features and advanced capabilities of this substrate system. The interior packaging technology exclusively utilizes flip-chip mounting of bare semiconductors. As a key(More)
This paper presents a hybrid star mixer in a surface-mount package using low-temperature co-fired ceramic technology. The frequency of operation ranges up to 32 GHz for the RF frequency with an achieved conversion loss of as low as 5 dB. The device is optimized for local oscillator (LO) drive levels of down to 7.5 dBm. Various IF output networks with an(More)
A subsystem implementation study of a fractional-N frequency synthesizer for K-band satellite communications is presented. The architecture is based on a subharmonic frequency generation implemented with commercially available voltage-controlled oscillator, phase-locked loop chip and a custom designed frequency tripler implemented in low temperature cofired(More)
A new W-band transceiver circuit design is introduced for wireless high speed data transmission applications that relies entirely on commercially available 77 GHz automotive radar MMIC (monolithic millimeterwave integrated circuits) and thinfilm ceramics. The advantage of this approach is twofold. Firstly, already well established technology can be utilized(More)
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