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External electro-optic probing of millimeter-wave integrated circuits
by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, For sale by the National Technical Information Service in [Washington, DC], [Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Statement||J. F. Whitaker ... [et al.].|
|Series||NASA technical memorandum -- 101990.|
|Contributions||Whitaker, John F., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.|
|The Physical Object|
Millimeter-Wave Integrated Circuits A Preview or an Overview on Monolithic Microwave Integrated Circuits (MMIC) 75 MILLIMETER-WAVE INTEGRATED CIRCUITS A PREVIEW OR AN OVERVIEW ON MONOLITHIC MICROWAVE INTEGRATED CIRCUITS (MMIC) 1ANKIT SINGH SOLANKI, 2AYUSH AGARWAL, 3KRISHNA KANSARA 1,2,3Jodhpur Institute of Engg. & Tech. signal conductor, allowing a more compact circuit design High-speed millimeter-wave integrated circuits ~MMICs! with operation frequencies up to GHz require measurement techniques with high temporal and spatial reso-lution. All electronic equipment like network analyzers or sampling oscilloscopes are limited to a GHz practical bandwidth.
This book is one result from the Millimeter-wave Summer School held at the Instituto Nacional de Astrofisica, Optica y Electronica (INAOE), Tonantz- intla, Puebla, Mexico. In collaboration with the University of Massachusetts, INAOE has embarked upon the ambitious project of building the world's largest filled aperture millimeter-wave telescope - the Large Millimeter-wave Tele- scope (LMT. J.F. Whitaker et al. / External electro-optic integrated circuit probing to lock-in amplifier ~,~ eyepiece detectors laser ana,,zer$ t'-- fiber ~ compensator illumination polarizer er beam bias circuit probe tip FIGURE 1 Schematic of the external electro-optic sampling system.
External electro-optic probing of millimeter-wave integrated circuits An external, non-contact electro-optic measurement system, designed to operate at the wafer level with conventional wafer probing equipment and without any special circuit preparation, has been developed. The Microwave and Millimeter Wave Integrated Circuit (MIMIC) program’s objective was, according to a review by one of its program managers, “to develop microwave/millimeter-wave subsystems for use in military weapon system ‘front ends’ that are affordable, available, and broadly applicable.”.
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External electro-optic sampling has been demonstrated on high-speed integrated circuits using a pulse-compressed mode-locked Nd:YAG laser and a sophisticated GaAs probe tip. the integrated circuit, and the output of the circuit. Since the electro-optic medium is external to the MMIC, this technique does not rely on any optical properties of the circuit substrate itself, and a wide variety of circuit embodiments may be tested.
The positions of the electro-optic probe beams. Millimeter-Wave Integrated Circuits delivers a detailed overview of MMIC design, specifically focusing on designs for the millimeter-wave (mm-wave) frequency range.
The scope of the book is broad, spanning detailed discussions of high-frequency materials and technologies, high-frequency devices, and the design of high-frequency by: 6.
Get this from a library. External electro-optic probing of millimeter-wave integrated circuits. [J F Whitaker; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.;]. An external, noncontact electro-optic measurement system, designed to operate at the wafer level with conventional wafer probing equipment and without any special circuit preparation.
Koul comprehensively covers almost all aspects of dielectric guides and their applications for use in the millimeter wave band. Beginning from the fundamental field relations, the text builds up to the analytical solutions of various dielectric integrated guides and circuits. Contains design formulas created for diverse guides and : Hardcover.
An external, noncontact electro-optic measurement system, designed to operate at the wafer level with conventional wafer probing equipment and without any special circuit preparation, has been developed. Measurements have demonstrated the system's ability to probe continuous and pulsed signals on microwave integrated circuits on arbitrary substrates with excellent spatial resolution.
Millimeter-Wave Integrated Circuits has a broad scope, and includes detailed discussions on high frequency materials and technologies, high frequency devices and the design of high frequency circuits, giving the reader a good theoretical and practical understanding of mm-wave circuit design.
Key components of mm-waves transceiver circuits are. Abstract. An external electro-optic measurement system with subpicosecond resolution has been developed. This electro-optic sampling system is designed to operate as a non-contact probe of voltages in electrical devices and circuits with modified wafer-level test equipment and no special circuit by: The opportunities offered by monolithic mi 11imeter-wave technology span radar, communications, electronic warfare, and missile seekers.
These opportunities relate to size, weight, and cost reduction Author: B. Spielman. Millimeter-Wave Integrated Circuits delivers a detailed overview of MMIC design, specifically focusing on designs for the millimeter-wave (mm-wave) frequency range. The scope of the book is broad, spanning detailed discussions of high-frequency materials and technologies, high-frequency devices.
(NRZ) OOK at a data rate of 1 Gbps using external modulation . This work presents the two approaches that were pursued within the iPHOS project to develop a Photonic Integrated Circuit (PIC) dual wavelength source for heterodyne-based millimeter wave generation.
The two device structures are described in Section II. Two basic electro-optic configurations exist: one for an indirect measurement and one for a direct measurement.
The indirect system uses an external electro-optic crystal, such as lithium niobate or potassium dideuterium phosphate.
The direct system uses the semiconductor material as the electro-optic element. The present paper offers a computational look into a new and potentially exciting area of external electro-optic probing. The benefits that might be derived from substituting polymeric materials as a prober tip for measuring fast electrical waveforms are presented.
electro-optic probing of millimeter-wave integrated circuits", IEEE MTT-S Cited by: 5. Microwave and Millimeter Wave Circuits and Systems: Emerging Design, Technologies and Applications provides a wide spectrum of current trends in the design of microwave and millimeter circuits and systems.
In addition, the book identifies the state-of-the art challenges in microwave and millimeter wave circuits systems design such as behavioral modeling of circuit components. Millimeter- Wave Integrated Circuits 4. High-Volume mm-Wave Circuits The Challenge Transceiver Configurations for mm-Waves Existing Solutions Monolithic Solution Integrated Monolithic Transceiver Considerations The Goal 5.
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Koul. Course Description: The main aim of this course is to provide the learner with a detailed understanding of millimeter-wave circuit technology. Strongly supported by diagrams and equations, the following aspects are included: Some appropriate semiconductor materials: silicon, SiGe, GaAs, GaN, InP, etc; Some associated transistor and MMIC technologies; The increasing importance of CMOS chip.
Millimeter-Wave Integrated Circuits delivers a detailed overview of MMIC design, specifically focusing on designs for the millimeter-wave (mm-wave) frequency range.
The scope of the book is broad, spanning detailed discussions of high-frequency materials and technologies, high-frequency devices, and the design of high-frequency circuits.5/5(2).
Microwave and millimeter-wave integrated circuits Abstract: This historical review is divided into three sections: microwave integrated circuits (MICs), monolithic microwave integrated circuits (MMICs), and MIC and millimeter-wave integrated-circuit by: Millimeter-Wave Integrated Circuits delivers a detailed overview of MMIC design, specifically focusing on designs for the millimeter-wave (mm-wave) frequency range.
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