The Next Wireless Wave is a Millimeter Wave

@inproceedings{LaskarTheNW,
  title={The Next Wireless Wave is a Millimeter Wave},
  author={Joy Laskar and Stephane Pinel and Debasis Dawn and Saikat Sarkar and B. Perumana and Procheta Sen}
}
The past few years has witnessed the emergence of CMOS-based circuits operating at millimeter-wave frequencies. Integrated on a low cost organic packaging, this is the promise for high volume fabrication, lowering the cost and opening huge commercial impact opportunities. As standardization efforts catalyze the interest and investment of the industry, one can count on the spreading of millimeter-wave technology in the consumer electronic market place in the near future. In the past few years… CONTINUE READING
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