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Inkjet-printed antennas for 28 GHz 5G applications
  • W. Ahmad, D. Budimir
  • Materials Science
  • Asia-Pacific Microwave Conference (APMC)
  • 1 December 2016
This paper presents the layout and results of an inkjet-printed antenna for 5G applications operating at 28 GHz. The inkjet-printing based antenna was modelled using silver nanoparticle ink onExpand
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A cellular receiver front-end with blocker sensing
A receiver front-end supporting contiguous and non-contiguous intra-band carrier aggregation scenarios with a fully integrated spectrum sensor that can detect both in-gap and out-of-band blockers hasExpand
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Performance evaluation of N-well/P-sub photodiodes in 65nm CMOS process
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This work explores the n-well/p-substrate photodiode in a deep submicron CMOS process with DC responsivities between 0.12 and 0.5dB/decade. Expand
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Photodiodes in deep submicron CMOS process for fully integrated optical receivers
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This paper explores the performance of CMOS photodiodes in a deep submicron CMOS technology to be used in fully integrated optical receiver intended for short range optical communication. Expand
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CMOS adaptive TIA with embedded single-ended to differential conversion for analog optical links
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A variable gain transimpedance amplifier (TIA) is presented featuring single-ended to differential conversion by means of negative feedback. Expand
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A 1.5 V 28 GHz Beam Steering SiGe PLL for an 81-86 GHz E-Band Transmitter
This letter presents measurement results for a low supply voltage 28 GHz beam steering PLL, designed in a SiGe bipolar process with fT = 200 GHz. The PLL, designed around a QVCO, is intended for aExpand
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A Fully Integrated Radio-Fiber Interface in 65 nm CMOS Technology
In this letter, we present a fully integrated radio-fiber interface implemented in 65-nm CMOS, intended for remote antenna units (RAUs) in distributed antenna systems. To relax the requirements onExpand
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Inkjet printed bandpass filters and filtennas using silver nanoparticle ink on flexible substrate
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This paper presents an inkjet printed CPW filtenna designed at 5.8 GHz, fabricated using inkjet printing technology. Expand
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Reconfigurable WLAN notch for UWB filters
This paper presents the design and results of an ultra-wideband (3.1–10.6 GHz) filter with a reconfigurable WLAN notch at 5.8 GHz. Reconfigurability has been achieved by the implementation ofExpand
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Compact inkjet-printed broadband filtennas with triple bandnotch
Presented in this paper are the layout and results of a compact inkjet-printed filtenna which is operational at a broadband frequency range, which includes the S-band, ISM and UWB frequencies.Expand
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