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Title: Antennas in silicon integrated circuits
Authors: Wu, Hsin-Ta;Lerdsitsomboon, Wuttichai;Shim, Dongha;Wu, Chieh-Lin;Yun, Yang-Hun;Lin, Jau-Jr;Yu, Su;Cao, Changhua;Ding, Yanping;Seok, Eun-Young;Kenneth, K. O.
Contributors: 電機工程學系
Keywords: μnode;Bond wire antenna;Dipole;Monopole;On-chip antenna;Patch antenna;Single chip radio
Date: 2009-01
Issue Date: 2012-06-18T02:37:51Z
Abstract: At 24 GHz, communication range of 10 m is possible using on-chip antennas. Antenna efficiency of 25% is achieved by thinning the substrate to ~50 ¿m. At 5.8 GHz, using a pair of 6-mm long monopoles, communication range of more than 30 m can be achieved. On-chip antennas can be integrated with RF circuits in CMOS for general purpose communication. At frequencies above ~200 GHz, it becomes practical to integrate a patch antenna. A bond wire antenna has efficiency of ~15% at ~60 GHz.
Relation: 2009 IEEE International Symposium on Radio-Frequency Integration Technology, Dec. 11-Jan. 9, 2009: 170-173
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