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Millimetre-Wave Integrated Circuits Design in CMOS and SiGe Technologies
April 28 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
With the explosive growth of mobile traffic demand, the contradiction between capacity requirements and spectrum shortage becomes increasingly prominent. The limited wireless spectrum at lower-frequency region, such as RF/microwave (below 30 GHz), becomes a critical issue for the 5G wireless networks. On the other hand, huge bandwidth can be offered in millimetre wave (mm-Wave) region (from 30 to 300 GHz). Consequently, the mm-Wave communications have been proposed to be an important part of the 5G mobile network to provide multi-gigabit communication as well as low-latency real-time sensing services. Most of the current research has been focused on 28-39 GHz band for cellular networks, 60 GHz band for high-speed Wi-Fi, E-band for back-haul systems and 77 GHz band for automotive anti-collision radar. In particular, rapid progress in silicon-based mm-Wave integrated circuits (ICs) paves the way for electronic products in mm-Wave region and for the above applications. In this talk, the aim is to report the recent advances in this active research area. Specifically, it will cover the design of passive components, such as couplers and filters, and also linear and nonlinear active circuits that use either novel electromagnetic structures or special design methodologies to fulfil different design specifications. Co-sponsored by: [email protected] Speaker(s): Forest Zhu, Room: Room IW5.57, Bldg: Ingkarni-Wardii, The University of Adelaide, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia, 5005, Virtual: https://events.vtools.ieee.org/m/358952