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Millimetre-wave device characterization for nano-CMOS IC design.
Alain Marc Mangan
Written in English
At the 90-nm node, silicon technologies have reached a point where the transistor fT and f MAX simultaneously exceed 150 GHz, with a 1.2 V supply. With low fabrication costs for high volumes of circuits, RF-CMOS technologies are ideally suited to realize exciting new high bandwidth consumer products that operate in the mm-wave regime. Before this can happen, models of both active and passive devices will require a high degree of accuracy from DC, all the way up to mm-wave frequencies.This thesis presents new techniques that help leverage the power of measurements to characterize and model devices of nano-CMOS technologies well into the mm-wave regime. In particular, two new de-embedding techniques are devised in order to improve measurement accuracy, and reduce wafer area consumption. Moreover, the measured characteristics of various microstrip lines, varactors, and n-MOSFETs fabricated in a 90-nm RF-CMOS technology are analyzed in order to identify optimal geometries for high frequency design. An extraction methodology for a scalable physical model of accumulation-mode MOS varactors is also included.
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Dr. Ke Wu (born 9 December in Liyang, Jiangsu, China) is professor of Electrical Engineering at the Ecole Polytechnique (University of Montreal), and Tier-I Canada Research Chair in Radio-Frequency (RF) and Millimetre-Wave Engineering. He is Director of the Poly-Grames Research Center, and the Founding Director of a Canadian university-industry consortium called Facility for Advanced. In Optoelectronic Integrated Circuit Design and Device Modeling, Professor Jianjun Gao introduces the fundamentals and modeling techniques of optoelectronic devices used in high-speed optical transmission systems. Gao covers electronic circuit elements such as FET, HBT, MOSFET, as well as design techniques for advanced optical transmitter and receiver front-end circuits.
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Millimetre-Wave Device Characterization for nano-CMOS IC Design Master of Applied Science, Alain Marc Mangan Graduate Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering University of Toronto Abstract At the nm node, silicon technologies have reached a Millimetre-wave device characterization for nano-CMOS IC design.
book the transistor fT and fMAX simultaneously exceed GHz, with a V supply. driven CMOS process development over the past 10 years, to design low-voltage, low-power, high performance circuits that are robust to nano-CMOS process variation and are portable between foundries and technology nodes.
Candidate topologies and algorithmic design methodologies for mm-wave IC building blocks such as LNAs, mixers. Abstract: This paper describes the design and modeling of CMOS transistors, integrated passives, and circuit blocks at millimeter-wave (mm-wave) frequencies.
The effects of parasitics on the high-frequency performance of nm CMOS transistors are investigated, and a peak f/sub max/ of GHz has been achieved with optimal device by: Design and Modeling of Millimeter-wave CMOS Circuits for Wireless Transceivers is useful to show the analogue IC designer the issues involved in making the leap to millimetre-wave circuit designs.
We are developing a single-pixel antenna-coupled bolometric detector for use in low-background millimetre-wave astronomy. The device consists of a radial probe in a rectangular waveguide coupled to a Ti/Au transition edge sensor (TES).
The signal propagates from the antenna along a superconducting microstrip line into a metal resistor on a thermally isolated Si 3 N 4 island, where the TES is.
Design and Modeling of Millimeter-wave CMOS Circuits for Wireless Transceivers is useful to show the analogue IC designer the issues involved in making the leap to millimetre-wave circuit designs.
The graduate student and researcher can also use it as a starting point to understand the subject or proceed to innovative from the works described.
The circuit with the above-integrated-circuit antenna occupies an area of mm mm, consumes mW from and V supplies, and was wire-bonded in an open-lid 7 mm 7 mm quad-flat no.
David M. Sheen, Thomas E. Hall, in Counterterrorist Detection Techniques of Explosives, Properties of millimeter waves. Millimeter waves are electromagnetic (radio) waves typically defined to lie within the frequency range of 30– GHz. The microwave band is just below the millimeter-wave band and is typically defined to cover the 3–GHz range.
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Alain Mangan: (now at Synopsis, Ottawa) mm-Wave Device. Characterization for Nano-CMOS IC Design: Chihou Lee (now at AMD, Toronto, ON): Millimetre-Wave VCOs.
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The increasing demand for more content, services, and security drives the development of high-speed wireless technologies, optical communication, automotive radar, imaging and sensing systems and many other mm-wave and THz applications. S-parameter measurement at mm-wave and sub-mm wave frequencies plays a crucial role in the modern IC design debug.
This book provides an excellent foundation of knowledge, as well as a critical analysis, spanning state-of-the-art process technology, electrical device behaviour, and circuit associated issues.
It certainly would be a valuable resource to any researcher or student intending to work in the field of multigate devices.". The geometry of NMOS device is widely discussed regarding conversion losses and linearity.
These results are then employed to design a 79 GHz down-converter including the RF and LO drivers as well.  A. Mangan, “Millimetre-wave device characterization for nano-CMOS IC design,” Master’ s thesis, University of Toronto,  A.
Rumiantsev, et al., “ Applying the calibration. Millimetre-wave performance of passive microstrip bandpass filters based on 40nm CMOS technology MILLIMETRE-WAVE DEVICE CHARACTERIZATION FOR NANO-CMOS IC DESIGN. Affiliation: Science and Technology on Monolithic integrated and modules Laboratory, Nanjing Electronic Devices Institute,Nanjing,P.R.
China, Publication Topics: gallium compounds,III-V semiconductors,MMIC power amplifiers,wide band gap semiconductors,high electron mobility transistors,HEMT integrated circuits,aluminium compounds,integrated circuit design,millimetre wave.
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Recent results on characterization, modelling and circuit design based on 90/ nm CMOS is presented in this paper. Amplifiers, frequency multipliers, and mixers were realized for frequencies up to 60 GHz. Circuit results based on two different transmission line approaches are reported.
Load-pull characterization of transistors at 9 GHz and 23 GHz are also reported with mW/mm and. Publication Topics CMOS integrated circuits,graphene,integrated circuit design,graphene devices,low-power electronics,radio transmitters,millimetre wave detectors,MMIC mixers,UHF integrated circuits,UHF power amplifiers,chemical vapour deposition,microwave power amplifiers,millimetre wave integrated circuits,phase noise,CMOS analogue integrated circuits,CMOS digital integrated circuits.
Bertrand G&on was born on 30 July, He received the M.S. degree from the University of Limoges in Since then, he has been working towards the Ph.D. degree in electronic and microwave engineering in LAAS-CNRS. He is working in the field of design and characterization of micromachined millimetre-wave circuits.
Paolo Colantonio was born in Rome on March and he received Electronic Engineering and Ph.D degrees in Microelectronics and Telecommunications from the University of Roma ‘Tor Vergata’ in and respectively, working on design criteria for high efficiency power amplifiers.
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