245 GHz Subharmonic Receiver With Onchip Antenna for Gas Spectroscopy Application

Y. Mao, E. Shiju, K. Schmalz, C. Scheytt, in: Journal of Semiconductors, 2018.

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A 2nd transconductance subharmonic receiver for 245 GHz spectroscopy sensor applications has been proposed. The receiver consists of a 245 GHz on-chip folded dipole antenna, a CB (common base) LNA, a 2nd transconductance SHM (subharmonic mixer), and a 120 GHz push-push VCO with 1/64 divider. The receiver is fabricated in fT/fmax = 300/500 GHz SiGe:C BiCMOS technology. The receiver dissipates a low power of 288 mW. Integrated with the on-chip antenna, the receiver is measured on-chip with a conversion gain of 15 dB, a bandwidth of 15 GHz, and the chip will be utilized in PCB board design for gas spectroscopy sensor application.
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Mao Y, Shiju E, Schmalz K, Scheytt C. 245 GHz Subharmonic Receiver With Onchip Antenna for Gas Spectroscopy Application. In: Journal of Semiconductors. ; 2018.
Mao, Y., Shiju, E., Schmalz, K., & Scheytt, C. (2018). 245 GHz Subharmonic Receiver With Onchip Antenna for Gas Spectroscopy Application. Journal of Semiconductors.
@inproceedings{Mao_Shiju_Schmalz_Scheytt_2018, title={245 GHz Subharmonic Receiver With Onchip Antenna for Gas Spectroscopy Application}, booktitle={Journal of Semiconductors}, author={Mao, Yanfei and Shiju, E. and Schmalz, Klaus and Scheytt, Christoph}, year={2018} }
Mao, Yanfei, E. Shiju, Klaus Schmalz, and Christoph Scheytt. “245 GHz Subharmonic Receiver With Onchip Antenna for Gas Spectroscopy Application.” In Journal of Semiconductors, 2018.
Y. Mao, E. Shiju, K. Schmalz, and C. Scheytt, “245 GHz Subharmonic Receiver With Onchip Antenna for Gas Spectroscopy Application,” 2018.
Mao, Yanfei, et al. “245 GHz Subharmonic Receiver With Onchip Antenna for Gas Spectroscopy Application.” Journal of Semiconductors, 2018.
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