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|Title:||Development of a 60-GHz bandpass filter and a dipole antenna using wafer transfer technology|
|Authors:||Guo, Y.-X. |
Wafer transfer technology (WTT)
|Citation:||Guo, Y.-X., Wang, J., Luo, B., Liao, E. (2009). Development of a 60-GHz bandpass filter and a dipole antenna using wafer transfer technology. IEEE Electron Device Letters 30 (7) : 784-786. ScholarBank@NUS Repository. https://doi.org/10.1109/LED.2009.2022772|
|Abstract:||The development of a low-insertion-loss bandpass filter and a dipole antenna using wafer transfer technology (WTT) for 60-GHz band applications is presented for the first time. The WTT process provides a much higher fabrication accuracy than the traditional printed circuit board/thick-film process. In addition, the WTT also provides a new way to transfer millimeter-wave circuits from the high-loss Si substrate to low-loss microwave substrates like the Rogers RT/Duroid 5880. The bandpass filter has a measured 3-dB bandwidth of 12 GHz, and the measured minimum insertion loss is 1.8 dB. The dipole antenna has shown a measured frequency bandwidth from 56 to 61.5 GHz for S11 less than -10 dB and a measured gain of 5.1 dBi at 60 GHz. Compared with the integrated bandpass filter and antennas on CMOS, the WTT shows to be very promising for 60-GHz applications. © 2009 IEEE.|
|Source Title:||IEEE Electron Device Letters|
|Appears in Collections:||Staff Publications|
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