The RFIC 2020 Industry Showcase highlights selected papers submitted by authors from industry and students from academia.
Authors of these papers present their innovative work thorugh short informative videos and some will also include a demonstration.
Please see http://rfic-ieee.org/ for more details. The RFIC 2020 Industry Showcase is sponsored by the RFIC Steering Committee and through the generous support of our corporate sponsors.
Mo2D-3 : Parasitic Model to Describe Breakdown in Stacked-FET SOI Switches
A simple passive capacitance model has been optimized to predict breakdown in a stacked SOI FET. Specifically, as the number of FETs in a switch increases, an equivalent increase in breakdown is not seen in hardware; instead, the breakdown performance saturates as the number of stacks in the FET increases. This phenomenon is not predicted by the FET foundry model. This work is focused on FETs for RF switches in flip chip topologies. As a result of this work, the different components that contribute to off-state capacitances were also described which is important for model development and accuracy.
Tatsunori Usugi, Denso Corporation, Japan, presents the co-authored paper: Mo1B-2: A 77 GHz 8RX3TX transceiver for 250 m long range automotive radar in 40 nm CMOS technology.
Masato Kohtani, Denso Corporation, Japan, presents the co-authored paper: Mo1B-5:77 GHz CMOS Built-In Self-Test with 72 dB C/N and less than 1 ppm frequency tolerance for a multi-channel radar application.
Shahriar Shahramian, Nokia Bell Labs, presents - Mo2B-3 : A D-Band Radio-on-Glass Module for Spectrally-Efficient and Low-Cost Wireless Backhaul D-Band Radio-on-Glass (RoG) as part of the RFIC Industry Showcase.
Bodhisatwa Sadhu of IBM Resarch, presents the co-authored paper Mo3A-1 : 3D Imaging Using mmWave 5G Signals
Arun Paidimarri, IBM Research, presents to co-authored paper - Mo4A-2 : Spatio-Temporal Filtering: Precise Beam Control Using Fast Beam Switching as part of the RFIC Industry Showcase.