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Antenna-on-Chip: Design, Challenges, and Opportunities

Antenna-on-Chip: Design, Challenges, and Opportunities

By (author)s: Hammad M. Cheema, Atif Shamim
Copyright: 2020
ISBN: 9781608078189
Coming Soon: Available 06/30/2021
List Price: $159.00

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Antennas are essential part of every wireless communication system. The increasing trend of applications in the radio frequency (RF) and millimeter wave frequency spectrum has reduced the antenna sizes to only a few millimeters, which makes it practical for on-chip implementations. Integrated Circuit (IC) designers who have traditionally remained isolated from antenna design now need to understand its design process and trade-offs. This comprehensive resource addresses the challenges, benefits and trade-offs of on-chip antenna implementation.

 

It presents practical design and integration considerations of the IC and antenna combination and how both ends of the system can be utilized in a complimentary way. The book includes on-chip antenna layout considerations, layout for testability and various methods of their characterization. It also includes the state-of-the-art on-chip antennas in III-V and Silicon IC technologies and their usage in transmitter and receiver ICs. A look at the future trends and utilization of on-chip antennas for different applications concludes the book.

Introduction; Why On-Chip Antennas?; On-Chip Antenna Implementation Challenges; On-Chip Antenna Implementations: State of the Art; Co-Design of On-Chip Antenna with Transmitter and Receiver Circuits; Future Applications and Design Trends; Conclusions.

  • Hammad M. Cheema

    is a post-doctoral research fellow at King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST). He received his Ph.D. in electrical engineering from Eindhoven University of Technology and is a member of IEEE.

  • Atif Shamim

    is an assistant professor of electrical engineering at KAUST. He received his Ph.D. in electrical engineering from Carleton University. He has authored over 60 international publications and holds 8 patents and is a member of IEEE.

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