24 September 1987 Integrated Circuit Components For 94 Ghz Applications
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The development, design and performance of 94 GHz Microstrip Integrated Circuit (MIC) Gunn VCOs, down-converters, IMPATT injection-locked amplifiers, and low loss circulators are described in this paper. These components have subsequently been integrated into an all integrated circuit short pulse transceiver. Test results of the transceiver verifies their superior performance working as a subsystem. This work clearly establishes MIC technology as a viable approach toward achieving compact and lightweight 94 GHz transceiver design in planar construction, which is a necessary precursor to full monolithic implementation.
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Y. C. Ngan, Y. C. Ngan, Y. E. Yen, Y. E. Yen, D. English, D. English, A. Grote, A. Grote, T. Pham, T. Pham, G. Hayashibara, G. Hayashibara, L. Wandinger, L. Wandinger, E. Freibergs, E. Freibergs, "Integrated Circuit Components For 94 Ghz Applications", Proc. SPIE 0791, Millimeter Wave Technology IV and RF Power Sources, (24 September 1987); doi: 10.1117/12.940810; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.940810
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