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High Performance SOI RF Switch for Healthcare Application

@inproceedings{Cai2016HighPS,
  title={High Performance SOI RF Switch for Healthcare Application},
  author={W. Cai and F. Shi},
  year={2016}
}
  • W. Cai, F. Shi
  • Published 2016
  • The objective of this research was to design a 0-5 GHz RF SOI switch, with 0.18um power Jazz SOI technology by using Cadence software, for health care applications. The ultimate goal for such application is minimize the trade-offs between performance and cost, and between performance and low power consumption design. This paper introduces the design of a RF switch implemented in shunt-series topology. An insertion loss of 1.36 dB and an isolation of 58.5 dB were obtained at 5 GHz. The switch… CONTINUE READING
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