High-Sensitivity CMOS Super-Regenerative Receiver with Quench-Controlled High-$Q$ Metamaterial Resonator for Millimeter-Wave Imaging at 96 and 135 GHz

@article{Shang2014HighSensitivityCS,
  title={High-Sensitivity CMOS Super-Regenerative Receiver with Quench-Controlled High-\$Q\$  Metamaterial Resonator for Millimeter-Wave Imaging at 96 and 135 GHz},
  author={Yue quan Shang and Hongbin Yu and Sanming Hu and Yuan Liang and Xiaojun Bi and Muthukumaraswamy Annamalai Arasu},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques},
  year={2014},
  volume={62},
  pages={3095-3106}
}
High-sensitivity super-regenerative receivers (SRXs) are demonstrated at 96 and 135 GHz, respectively, in this paper. They are based on high-Q quench-controlled metamaterial resonators with a differential transmission line loaded with a split-ring resonator (DTL-SRR) and a differential transmission line loaded with a complementary split-ring resonator (DTL-CSRR) in 65-nm CMOS. High-Q oscillatory amplifications are established by the sharp stopband introduced by metamaterial resonators. As such… CONTINUE READING

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