Article | GigaHertz 2003. Proceedings from the Seventh Symposium | A 14 GHz MMIC VCO for hybrid demonstrator applications

Title:
A 14 GHz MMIC VCO for hybrid demonstrator applications
Author:
Rumen Kozhuharov: Chalmers University of technology, G√∂teborg, Sweden Camilla Kärnfelt: Chalmers University of technology, G√∂teborg, Sweden Herbert Zirath: Chalmers University of technology, G√∂teborg, Sweden \ Ericsson Microwave Systems, M√∂lndal, Sweden
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Year:
2003
Conference:
GigaHertz 2003. Proceedings from the Seventh Symposium
Issue:
008
Article no.:
051
No. of pages:
4
Publication type:
Poster
Published:
2003-11-06
Series:
Linköping Electronic Conference Proceedings
ISSN (print):
1650-3686
ISSN (online):
1650-3740
Publisher:
Linköping University Electronic Press; Linköpings universitet


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A 14 GHz MMIC voltage controlled oscillator is described and characterized. The MMIC circuit is connected in the hybrid circuit including DC bias pads with blocking capacitances and bias resistance and RF output; which is splitted into two outputs with 12 dB different power levels.

GigaHertz 2003. Proceedings from the Seventh Symposium

Author:
Rumen Kozhuharov, Camilla Kärnfelt, Herbert Zirath
Title:
A 14 GHz MMIC VCO for hybrid demonstrator applications
References:

1. 1. R. Kozhuharov and H. Zirath ‚ÄúA Millimeter Wave Monolithic VCO with an integrated HEMT as a Varactor.‚ÄĚ Proceedings of Intern. Frequency Control Symp. 2001 Seattle; USA


2. Richard Brown; Materials and Processes for Microwave Hybrids; International Society for Hybrid Microelectronics; USA; 1991


3. George Harman; Wire Bonding in Microelectronics: Materials; Processes; Reliability and Yield; 2 ed. McGraw -Hill; New York; 1997


4. Anritsu Connector Tips; http://www.us.anritsu.com/downloads/files/kvconntips.pdf

GigaHertz 2003. Proceedings from the Seventh Symposium

Author:
Rumen Kozhuharov, Camilla Kärnfelt, Herbert Zirath
Title:
A 14 GHz MMIC VCO for hybrid demonstrator applications
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