High-Frequency Power Generation

Power generation at high frequencies is an interesting challenge for silicon-based integrated circuits. In this research thrust we focus on innovative solutions for this problem, based on distributed circuits and deep understanding of the fundamental trade-offs in this area of research.

A 28 GHz Optically Synchronized CMOS Phased Array with an Integrated Photodetector

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Dynamic Focusing of Large Arrays for Wireless Power Transfer and Beyond
Scalable, Deployable, Flexible Phased Array Sheets

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A flexible phased array system with low areal mass density

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A Wideband On-Chip Radiator Driven by a Traveling-Wave Photodetector

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A Photodetector-Driven Coherent RF Array with Wide Tuning Range

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A 69-to-79GHz CMOS multiport PA/radiator with +35.7dBm CW EIRP and integrated PLL

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Fully Integrated CMOS X-band Power Amplifier Quad with Current Reuse and Dynamic Digital Feedback (DDF) Capabilities

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Designing Optimal Surface Currents for Efficient On-Chip mm-Wave Radiators With Active Circuitry

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Dynamic Polarization Control of Two-Dimensional Integrated Phased Arrays

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Mutual Synchronization for Power Generation and Beam-Steering in CMOS With On-Chip Sense Antennas Near 200 GHz

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A mm-Wave Segmented Power Mixer

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A 2×2 Dynamic Polarization-Controlling Integrated Phased Array

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Dynamic Polarization Control

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An Integrated Slot-Ring Traveling-Wave Radiator

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A new wave of CMOS power amplifier innovations: Fusing digital and analog techniques with large signal RF operations

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Dynamic Polarization Control of Integrated Radiators

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An Integrated Traveling-wave Slot Radiator

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A 19.1dBm Segmented Power-Mixer Based Multi-Gbps mm-Wave Transmitter in 32nm SOI CMOS

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A Compact Optically Driven Travelling-Wave Radiating Source

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