Ultra-Low-Power Components for a 94 GHz Transceiver

@article{Kim2016UltraLowPowerCF,
  title={Ultra-Low-Power Components for a 94 GHz Transceiver},
  author={Seong-Kyun Kim and Robert K Maurer and Arda Simsek and Miguel Urteaga and Mark J. W. Rodwell},
  journal={2016 IEEE Compound Semiconductor Integrated Circuit Symposium (CSICS)},
  year={2016},
  pages={1-4}
}
We present a fully-integrated 94 GHz transceiver front-end in a 130 nm / 1.1 THz fmax InP HBT process. Low power is obtained through low-voltage design and high transistor gain. The IC is designed for multi-function, dual-polarization phased arrays. At 1.5 V collector bias, in dual-polarization simultaneous receiving mode, the IC has 21 dB gain, <; 9.3 dB noise figure, and consumes 39 mW, while in transmitting mode with time-duplexed vertical and horizontal outputs, the transceiver achieves 5… CONTINUE READING
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