A low-overhead self-healing embedded system for ensuring high yield and long-term sustainability of 60GHz 4Gb/s radio-on-a-chip

@article{Tang2012ALS,
  title={A low-overhead self-healing embedded system for ensuring high yield and long-term sustainability of 60GHz 4Gb/s radio-on-a-chip},
  author={Adrian J. Tang and Frank Hsiao and David Murphy and I-Ning Ku and Jenny Yi-Chun Liu and Sandeep D'Souza and Ning-Yi Wang and Hao Wu and Yen-Hsiang Wang and Mandy Tang and Gabriel Virbila and Mike Pham and Derek Yang and Qun Jane Gu and Yi-Cheng Wu and Yen-Cheng Kuan and Charles Chien and Mau-Chung Frank Chang},
  journal={2012 IEEE International Solid-State Circuits Conference},
  year={2012},
  pages={316-318}
}
The available ISM band from 57-65GHz has become attractive for high-speed wireless applications including mass data transfer, streaming high-definition video and even biomedical applications. While silicon based data transceivers at mm-wave frequencies have become increasingly mature in recent years [1,2,3], the primary focus of the circuit community remains on the design of mm-wave front-ends to achieve higher data rates through higher-order modulation and beamforming techniques. However, the… CONTINUE READING
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