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Design Innovations in mmWave MMICs
This eBook provides design advice on mmWave components and some examples of the new systems and applications where companies are providing interesting solutions. SOI is a semiconductor platform well suited for mmWave applications and so that is covered in the first article. Knowles offers design advice in several of the articles covering optimized solutions for many passive devices for mmWave applications. A unique liquid crystal steerable antenna system is also covered along with trends in millimeter phased arrays and MIMO radar. Another article looks at the role of satellites in 5G networks. Read this collection of articles for design advice and interesting examples of how mmWave components are being used in practical applications.
Innovations in 5G and Beyond mmWave Technology
This eBook covers a wide variety of current design and test challenges in the high frequency range from the lower to upper levels in the mmWave band. The first article is about using drones to measure satellite antennas in a more efficient and cost-effective way by avoiding transporting them to test facilities. The following article discusses the best semiconductor technologies for cellular applications about 90 GHz looking toward 6G. It compares the advantages and disadvantages of each platform. The next article compares several different packaging technologies for mmWave applications including cofired ceramic, antenna in package, fan-out wafer level packaging and PolyStrata®. Finally, the last article reviews the use of broadband free space methods for measuring dielectric materials at mmWave frequencies. These methods are coming under increased usage due to the increasing interest in 5G and mmWave sensing applications.
Innovative Concepts in MEMS Switches with Metamaterial Contacts
This eBook contains a series of articles that describing new MEMS switch technologies. Part I reports on MEMS switch topologies including a new defective ground structure (DGS) and metamaterial inspired capacitive contact MEMS switch; Part II reports methods to reduce stiction effects in a resistive contact MEMS switch; and Part III discusses methods to reduce static friction (or stiction) effects in a capacitive contact MEMS switch for applications in modern electronic circuits and 5G communications. Read about this fascinating development effort done by C.A.R.E, Indian Institute of Technology in Delhi partnering with Synergy Microwave in New Jersey as top scientists from both organization cooperated to develop these new topologies resulting in ground breaking performance for MEMS switches.