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Industry News / Antennas

A 60 GHz Millimeter-wave CMOS RFIC-on-chip Dipole Antenna

This article presents a 60 GHz millimeter-wave RFIC-on-chip dipole antenna, fabricated with a 0.18 μm CMOS process. A planar dipole-antenna structure with an integrated microstrip via-hole balun was adopted to design this RFIC-on-chip antenna. The...

January 17, 2007
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There is an increasing demand for broadband multimedia components to satisfy the ever-increasing capacity of wireless networks. In particular, for dense local communications, the 60 GHz band for wireless personal area network (WPAN) applications is of special interest for short-range communications, due to the RF attenuation of the atmospheric...
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