A 3.5–4.5 GHz Complementary Metal–Oxide–Semiconductor Ultrawideband Receiver Frontend Low-Noise Amplifier with On-Chip Integrated Antenna for Interchip Communication

@inproceedings{Azhari2010A3G,
  title={A 3.5–4.5 GHz Complementary Metal–Oxide–Semiconductor Ultrawideband Receiver Frontend Low-Noise Amplifier with On-Chip Integrated Antenna for Interchip Communication},
  author={Afreen Azhari and Kazuhiro Kimoto and N. Sasaki and Takamaro Kikkawa},
  year={2010}
}
Chip-to-chip ultrawideband (UWB) wireless interconnections are essential for reducing resistance capacitance (RC) delay in wired interconnections and three-dimensional (3D) highly integrated packaging. In this study, we demonstrated a wireless interchip signal transmission between two on-chip meander antennas on printed circuit board (PCB) for 1 to 20 mm transmission distances where the low power gain of each antenna due to a lossy Si substrate has been amplified by a low-noise amplifier (LNA… CONTINUE READING

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