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HEMT MILLIMETER-WAVE MONOLITHIC IC TECHNOLOGY FOR 76-GHZ AUTOMOTIVE RADAR

@article{Watanabe1998HEMTMM,
  title={HEMT MILLIMETER-WAVE MONOLITHIC IC TECHNOLOGY FOR 76-GHZ AUTOMOTIVE RADAR},
  author={Y. Watanabe and Naofumi Okubo},
  journal={Fujitsu Scientific \& Technical Journal},
  year={1998},
  volume={34},
  pages={153-161}
}
This paper describes monolithic IC technologies for developing practical automotive radar systems, covering the HEMT device structure, IC fabrication process, flip-chip assembling, and circuit design. InGaP/InGaAs HEMTs with a 0.15-µm gate were used in millimeter-wave monolithic ICs for the W-band, providing a maximum stable gain of 9 dB at 76 GHz. Height-controlled flip-chip bonding with pillar interconnection was demonstrated as a low-cost assembly method. A de-embedding technique to model a… 
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