At theth receiver, input signals are boosted by a preamplifier andthen demodulated to form received signal. All rights reserved.About us · Contact us · Careers · Developers · News · Help Center · Privacy · Terms · Copyright | Advertising · Recruiting orDiscover by subject areaRecruit researchersJoin for freeLog in EmailPasswordForgot password?Keep me logged inor log in withPeople who read this publication also read:Article: RF/Wireless Interconnect for Differing provisions from the publisher's actual policy or licence agreement may be applicable.This publication is from a journal that may support self archiving.Learn more © 2008-2016 researchgate.net. From1998 to 2000, he worked for Samsung Electronics as a Senior RF/AnalogCircuitDesign Engineer,wherehe wasinvolvedinthedevelopmentofRF/IFchipsets for mobile handsets. this contact form
Institutional Sign In By Topic Aerospace Bioengineering Communication, Networking & Broadcasting Components, Circuits, Devices & Systems Computing & Processing Engineered Materials, Dielectrics & Plasmas Engineering Profession Fields, Waves & Electromagnetics General Unlike the traditional “passive” metal interconnect, the “ac-tive” RF/wireless interconnect is based on low loss and disper-sion-free microwave signal transmission, near-field capacitive cou-pling, and modernmultiple-accessalgorithms.In this paper, we ad-dress issues relevant Your cache administrator is webmaster. In this test, we consider onlythe case of synchronous access.
and Ph.D. We may also utilize T/R repeaters togain a longer synchronous access distance. Presently, W-band (70–110 GHz), D-band(110–140 GHz), and G-band (140–220 GHz) RF circuitshave been demonstrated only by III–V MMICs based onhigh-performance InP–InGaAs HEMTs or HBTs with cutofffrequencies ofGHz and GHz ,. Since Walsh codes are used,one may specify at most 20 I/O channels in a shared CPW.Fig. 12 shows the simulation results under various SNR.From these simulations, the system reaches an extremelylow
This also limits the syn-chronoustransmission distance to about 4 cm up to 100 GHz,which is sufficiently long for most intra- and inter-chip in-terconnect applications. Qian is the recipient of the Japan Microwave Prize at 1998 Asia-Pacific Microwave Conference, Best Student Paper at 29th European Mi-crowave Conference, 1999, and ISAP Paper Award at International Sympo-sium on VLSICircuits Digest Tech. SYSTEM ADVANTAGESItiswidelybelievedthatfurthersignificantimprovementinsystemperformancecanonlybeachievedthroughintegrationof different components of the system.
Revolutionary methods andtechniques must be pursued to carry on the fast progress ofthe future ULSI technology. Full-text · Article · Apr 2016 Ammar KarkarTerrence MakNizar Dahir+2 more authors ...Alex YakovlevRead full-text3D NoC: A Promising Alternative for Tomorrow's Nanosystem Design"RF interconnect channels are based on the followings. @BULLET R. He has authored orcoauthored over 160 technical papers, ten book chapters, edited one book,and holds 15 U.S.
SinceFig. 2. Top-level schematic of a CDMA-interconnect.is fed to a threshold comparator to recover data sentfrom theth transmitter .TheoperationofthebasebandCDMA-interconnectisillus-tratedinFig.10withtwoI/Ochannelsasan example.Outputsofand are spread first by orthogonal Walsh codes(W1 or W2, respectively) and then capacitively Millimeter Waves, New York,1997, pp. 85–88. M. Yang, M.Horowitz,and T.Lee,“A 0.4 mm CMOS10Gb/s 4-PAM pre-emphasis serial link transmitter,” in Symp.
Generated Sun, 02 Oct 2016 12:58:35 GMT by s_hv1000 (squid/3.5.20) ERROR The requested URL could not be retrieved The following error was encountered while trying to retrieve the URL: http://0.0.0.9/ Connection weblink In each, transmitted dataare first quantized by the ADC and then despread by CDMAcorrelators. Output signals canbe up-linked to MTL or CPW via transmission capacitivecouplers (), then down-linked via receiving capacitivecouplers () to input ports to fulfill the interconnectfunction. ROYCHOWDHURY, LIYANG ZHANG,HYUNCHOL SHIN,AND YONGXI QIAN, SENIOR MEMBER, IEEEInvited PaperRecent studies showed that conventional approaches being usedto solve problems imposed by hard-wired metal interconnects willeventually encounter fundamental limits and may impede
See all ›184 CitationsSee all ›21 ReferencesSee all ›6 FiguresShare Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Reddit Download Full-text PDF RF/wireless interconnect for inter- and intra-chip communicationsArticle (PDF Available) in Proceedings of the IEEE 89(4):456 This requirement may be re-laxed in a guided medium such as the proposed RF-in-terconnect compared with an open-air wireless systemwhose frequency usage is strictly limited by the Fed-eral Communications Commission (FCC). Institutional Sign In By Topic Aerospace Bioengineering Communication, Networking & Broadcasting Components, Circuits, Devices & Systems Computing & Processing Engineered Materials, Dielectrics & Plasmas Engineering Profession Fields, Waves & Electromagnetics General http://performancepccanada.com/bit-error/bit-error-rate-analysis-jamming-ofdm-systems.php INTRODUCTIONFor the past three decades, the performance of integratedcircuits has depended primarily on device properties.
Register now for a free account in order to: Sign in to various IEEE sites with a single account Manage your membership Get member discounts Personalize your experience Manage your profile In fact, our sim-ulations show that up to 20/20 I/Os can simultaneouslycommunicate using one shared transmission line. Signal-to-noise budget for the intended RF/wirelessinterconnect system.lower than that of the thermal noise in an open-air wire-less interconnect using antenna to transmit and receive sig-nals without shielding .
F. To surpass these fundamental limits, we introduce a novel RF/wireless interconnect concept for future inter- and intra-ULSI communications. The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down. Extra CPW attenuation caused by 20/20 shunted I/Otransceivers.Fig. 8.
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T.Itoh and K. Measured and simulated power consumption forCDMA-transceivers.Fig. 21. (a) FDMA/CDMA combined interconnect systemwith CDMA baseband circuits with 5-GHz direct conversion RFtransceiver. (b) Microphotograph for the fabricated test chip.and the minimum power supply System ConceptWith appropriate designs, RF/microwave signals can betransmitted efficiently through either free space or guidedmediums. The addresscode can be electronically changed for interconnectreconfiguration.
J. He has done research onvarious numerical techniques for microwave and millimeter-wave circuitsand antennas, generation and transmission of picosecond electrical pulses,crosstalk problems in high-density MMICs, miniature circuits for mobilecommunications, and 60-GHz millimeter-wave In each transmitter, input data is spread by Walshcodes and then transmitted in-and-out of a shared transmis-sion line through T/R couplers. S.
Some ofthe detailed implementation issues and demonstrations forRF/wireless interconnect are summarized as follows.1) FDMA: For system simplicity, the RF/wireless-in-terconnect system may be implemented with a directconversion or zero-IF transceiver architecture. Skip to Main Content IEEE.org IEEE Xplore Digital Library IEEE-SA IEEE Spectrum More Sites Cart(0) Create Account Personal Sign In Personal Sign In Username Password Sign In Forgot Password? degree inmaterial science from National Tsing-Hua Uni-versity in 1974, and the Ph.D. Wang for inspiring discussions about the fea-sibility of capacitive coupling and students S.