1st Edition

Design of CMOS Millimeter-Wave and Terahertz Integrated Circuits with Metamaterials




ISBN 9781482238150
Published October 19, 2015 by CRC Press
359 Pages - 261 B/W Illustrations

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Book Description

Along with numerous opportunities in communication and imaging applications, the design of emerging millimeter-wave (mm-wave) and terahertz (THz) electronic circuits and systems in CMOS technology faces new challenges and requires new devices. Design of CMOS Millimeter-Wave and Terahertz Integrated Circuits with Metamaterials provides alternative solutions using CMOS on-chip metamaterials. Unlike conventional metamaterial devices on printed circuit boards (PCBs), the presented CMOS metamaterials can be utilized to build many mm-wave and THz circuits and systems on chip.

Leveraging the authors’ extensive expertise and experience with CMOS on-chip metamaterials, this book shows that with the use of metamaterials, one can realize coherent THz signal generation, amplification, transmission, and detection of phase-arrayed CMOS transistors with significantly improved performance. Offering detailed coverage from device to system, the book hereby:

  • Describes integrated circuit design with application of metamaterials in CMOS technology
  • Includes real CMOS integrated circuit examples and chip demonstrations with measurement results
  • Evaluates novel mm-wave and THz communication and imaging systems under CMOS-based system-on-chip integration

Design of CMOS Millimeter-Wave and Terahertz Integrated Circuits with Metamaterials reflects the latest research progress and provides a state-of-the-art reference on CMOS-based metamaterial devices and mm-wave and THz systems.

Table of Contents

FUNDAMENTALS

Introduction
Overview of Terahertz Technology
CMOS THz Electronics
CMOS THz Applications

CMOS Metamaterial Devices
Introduction
Non-Resonant-Type Metamaterial
Resonant-Type Metamaterial
CMOS Coherent THz Electronics by Metamaterial

CMOS THz Modeling
Introduction
Fractional-Order T-Line Model
Model Extraction and Causality Analysis
Prototyping and Measurement
Conclusion

CMOS THZ SIGNAL GENERATION

Oscillator
Introduction
Frequency Tuning by Loaded Transformer
Frequency Tuning by CRLH T-Line
Circuit Prototyping and Measurement
Conclusion

Coupled Oscillator Network
Introduction
In-Phase Signal Generation by MPW
Circuit Prototyping and Measurement
Conclusion

Phase-Locked Loop
Introduction
60-GHz PLL Design
Circuit Prototyping and Simulation

CMOS THZ SIGNAL AMPLIFICATION AND TRANSMISSION

Power Combiner
Introduction
In-Phase Signal Transmission by CRLH Zero-Phase-Shifter
PA Design with Power Combing Network
Circuit Prototyping and Measurement
Conclusion

Antenna
Introduction
CRLH T-Line-Based Leaky Wave Antenna
Circularly Polarized SIW Antenna
Circuit Prototyping and Measurement
Conclusion

CMOS THZ SIGNAL DETECTION

Resonator
Introduction
Differential TL-SRR Resonator
Differential TL-CSRR Resonator
Circuit Prototyping and Measurement
Conclusion

Super-Regenerative Detection
Introduction
Fundamentals of Super-Regenerative Amplification
Super-Regenerative Receiver by SRR/CSRR Resonator
Circuit Prototyping and Measurement
Conclusion

In-Phase Detection
Introduction
SRX Sensitivity Enhancement by ZPS-Coupled CON
Circuit Prototyping and Measurement
Conclusion

APPLICATIONS

CMOS THz Imaging
Introduction
135-GHz Narrow-Band Imager by DTL-SRR-Based SRX
240 ∼ 280-GHz Wide-Band Imager with Heterodyne Receiver
280-GHz Reflective Imaging System
Conclusion

CMOS THz Wireless Communication
Introduction
Massive MIMO Transceiver
Conclusion

CMOS THz Wireline Communication
Introduction
Surface Plasmon Polariton T-Line
SRR Modulator
Multi-Channel I/O Transceiver
Conclusion

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Author(s)

Biography

Hao Yu holds a BS from Fudan University, Shanghai, China, and an MS and Ph.D from the University of California, Los Angeles, USA. He is currently an assistant professor in the School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, and area director of VIRTUS/ VALENS Centre of Excellence, at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. Previously, he was senior research staff member at Berkeley Design Automation (BDA), Santa Clara, California, USA. Widely published, Dr. Yu is a senior member of the IEEE and a member of the ACM.

Yang Shang holds a BS, MS, and Ph.D from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. As a Ph.D candidate, he focused his research on CMOS RF/mm-wave/THz integrated circuit design and device modeling. Dr. Shang is currently a senior application and R&D engineer at Advantest Pte Ltd, Singapore.