Active Components

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Malgorzata Celuch
QWED Sp. z o.o
Arnaud Pothier
Xlim - CNRS- Unversite De Liroges
Location
404AB
Abstract

Active and passive sensors for liquids and biomaterials, ranging from biological cells to fuels, are discussed. Considered devices are based on CMOS, iSMM and SIW technologies.

Technical Papers
Abstract
Tu3D-1: An SIW Oscillator for Microfluidic Lossy Medium Characterization
Mohammad Abdolrazzaghi, Nazli Kazemi, Mojgan Daneshmand
Mojgan Daneshmand, Univ. of Alberta, Thomas Jones, Univ. of Alberta
(13:40 - 14:00)
Abstract
Tu3D-2: Selective Measurement of Water Content in Multivariable Biofuel Using Microstrip Split Ring Resonators
Masoud Baghelani, NAVID HOSSEINI, Mojgan Daneshmand, Thomas Jones
Thomas Jones, Univ. of Alberta
(14:00 - 14:20)
Abstract
Tu3D-3: A CMOS Microwave Broadband Adaptive Dual-Comb Dielectric Spectroscopy System for Liquid Chemical Detection
Elif Kaya, Kamran Entesari
Elif Kaya, Texas A&M Univ.
(14:20 - 14:40)
Abstract
Tu3D-4: A 162 GHz Ring Resonator based High Resolution Dielectric Sensor
Hai Yu, Bo Yu, Xuan Ding, Sebastian Gomez-Diaz, Jane Gu
Hai Yu, Univ. of California, Davis
(14:40 - 15:00)
Abstract
Tu3D-5: Electrical properties of Jurkat cells: an inverted scanning microwave microscope study
Gianluca Fabi, C.H. Joseph, Xin Jin, Xiaopeng Wang, Tiziana Pietrangelo, Xuanhong Cheng, James C. M. Hwang, Marco Farina
Gianluca Fabi, Univ. Politecnica delle Marche
(15:00 - 15:20)
Patrick Fay
Univ. of Notre Dame
Tony Ivanov
US Army CERDEC
Location
409AB
Abstract

This session focuses on the latest advances in microwave semiconductor devices. Gallium Nitride transistor advancements in power, efficiency, and 3D heterogeneous integration are highlighted. In addition, sub-100nm metamorphic HEMT noise performance and emerging high power diamond-based diodes are discussed.

Technical Papers
Abstract
Tu3H-1: Impact of Input Nonlinearity on Efficiency, Power, and Linearity Performance of GaN RF Power Amplifiers
Sagar Dhar, Tushar Sharma, Ramzi Darraji, Damon Holmes, Joseph Staudinger, Xin Zhou, Vince Mallette, Fadhel Ghannouchi
Sagar Dhar, Univ. of Calgary
(13:40 - 14:00)
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Tu3H-2: High Power AlN/GaN HEMTs with record power-added-efficiency >70% at 40 GHz
Kathia Harrouche, Riad Kabouche, Etienne Okada, Farid Medjdoub
Kathia Harrouche, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique
(14:00 - 14:20)
Abstract
Tu3H-3: InAlN/GaN-on-Si HEMT with 4.5 W/mm in a 200-mm CMOS-Compatible MMIC Process for 3D Integration
Shireen Warnock, Chang-Lee Chen, Jeffrey Knecht, Richard Molnar, Donna-Ruth Yost, Matthew Cook, Corey Stull, Ryan Johnson, Christopher Galbraith, Jeffrey Daulton, WeiLin Hu, Gianni Pinelli, Joshua Perozek, Tomas Palacios, Beijia Zhang, Jeffrey Herd, Craig Keast
Shireen Warnock, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Lincoln La
(14:20 - 14:40)
Abstract
Tu3H-4: Noise Performance of Sub-100-nm Metamorphic HEMT Technologies
Felix Heinz, Fabian Thome, Arnulf Leuther, Oliver Ambacher
Felix Heinz, Fraunhofer IAF
(14:40 - 15:00)
Abstract
Tu3H-5: High-Power RF Characterization of Diamond Schottky Barrier Diodes at X-band
Xenofon Konstantinou, Cristian Herrera-Rodriguez, Aaron Hardy, John Albrecht, Timothy Grotjohn, John Papapolymerou
Xenofon Konstantinou, Michigan State Univ.
(15:00 - 15:20)

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Pawel Kopyt
Warsaw Univ. of Technology
Rashaunda Hnderson
Univ. of Texas at Dallas
Location
404AB
Abstract

Techniques of non-destructive evaluation of diverse dielectric materials are discussed. Imaging systems based on resonant and broadband applicators are presented.

Technical Papers
Abstract
Tu4D-1: Broadband Measurement of Dielectric Properties of Substrates up to 67 GHz using a Coaxial Air Line
Nikita Mahjabeen, Rashaunda Henderson
Nikita Mahjabeen, Univ. of Texas at Dallas
(15:50 - 16:10)
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Tu4D-2: High-Resolution Millimeter-Wave Tomography System for Characterization of Low-Permittivity Materials
Andreas Och, Patrick Hölzl, Stefan Schuster, Jochen Schrattenecker, Philipp Freidl, Stefan Scheiblhofer, Dominik Zankl, Venkata Pathuri-Bhuvana, Robert Weigel
Andreas Och, Infineon Technologies Austria AG
(16:10 - 16:30)
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Tu4D-3: Non-Destructive Testing of Non-Metallic Concentric Pipes Using Microwave Measurements
Hailun Wu, Maryam Ravan, Jay Patel, Reza K. Amineh
Raveena Sharma, New York Institute of Technology
(16:30 - 16:50)
Abstract
Tu4D-4: Portable Low-Cost Measurement Setup for 2D Imaging of Organic Semiconductors
Malgorzata Celuch, Olivier Douheret, Przemyslaw Korpas, Ryszard Michnowski, Marzena Olszewska-Placha, Janusz Rudnicki
Malgorzata Celuch, QWED Sp. z o.o
(16:50 - 17:10)
Abstract
Tu4D-5: Clutter Mitigation Based on Adaptive Singular Value Decomposition in Tomographic Radar Images for Material Inspection
Dominik Meier, Bersant Gashi, Torsten Link, Thomas Schwarze, Christian Zech, Benjamin Baumann, Michael Schlechtweg, Jutta Kühn, Markus Rösch, Leonhard Reindl
Dominik Meier, Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Solid State Physics
(17:10 - 17:30)

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Souvik Dubey
Abbott Labs
Hung-Wei Wu
Kun Shan Univ.
Location
404AB
Abstract

Improving sensing accuracy for biomedical purposes is currently an intensively investigated research topic. This session will explore the latest advancements on microwave sensing devices, implantable antenna systems and the effect of RF exposure on biological samples. The application of microwave on wearable devices for in-body sensing, speech reconstruction using microwave sensing and wireless powering of deep body implants will be discussed for novel biomedical sensing approaches.

Technical Papers
Abstract
We1D-1: A Quadband Implantable Antenna System for Simultaneous Wireless Powering and Biotelemetry of Deep-Body Implants
Hyoungsuk Yoo
Basir Abdul, Department of Biomedical Engineering, Hanyang Univ
(08:00 - 08:20)
Abstract
We1D-2: The Design of Transmitting Tag for Nasogastric Intubation Sensing
Meng-Hsuan LIN, Chia-Chan Chang, Sheng-Fuh Chang
Meng-Hsuan LIN, National Chung Cheng Univ.
(08:20 - 08:40)
Abstract
We1D-3: A Wearable Throat Vibration Microwave Sensor Based on Split-Ring Resonator for Harmonics Detection
Yun-Rei Ho
Chin-Lung Yang, National Cheng Kung Univ.
(08:40 - 09:00)
Abstract
We1D-4: Experimental Dosimetry Study of a Miniature RF Applicator Dedicated to the Evaluation of Severe RF Exposure Impact on a 3D Biological Model
Sylvain Auge, Amar Tamra, Lise Rigal, Valerie Lobjois, Bernard Ducommun, David Dubuc, Katia Grenier
Katia Grenier, LAAS-CNRS
(09:00 - 09:20)
Abstract
We1D-5: Chest-Worn Self-Injection-Locked Oscillator Tag for Monitoring Heart Rate Variability
Rezki El Arif, Wei-Chih Su, Mu-Cyun Tang, Tzyy-Sheng Jason Horng, Fu-Kang Wang
Rezki El Arif, National Sun Yat-sen Univ.
(09:20 - 09:40)

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Chai-Chan Chang
National Chung Cheng Univ.
Changzhi Li
Texas Tech Univ.
Location
404AB
Abstract

This section discusses recent advancements in biomedical radar and imaging technologies for non-contact detection and monitoring. Applications include knee prostheses imaging, blood pressure monitoring, human tracking, respiratory and heartbeat monitoring.

Technical Papers
Abstract
We2D-1: Frequency-Offset Self-Injection-Locked (FOSIL) Radar for Noncontact Vital Sign Monitoring
Pin-Hsun Juan, Kuan-Hung Chen, Fu-Kang Wang
Pin-Hsun Juan, National Sun Yat-sen Univ.
(10:10 - 10:30)
Abstract
We2D-2: Noncontact Wrist Pulse Waveform Detection Using 24-GHz Continuous-Wave Radar Sensor for Blood Pressure Estimation
Chao-Hsiung Tseng
Tzu-Jung Tseng, National Taiwan Univ. of Sci. & Tech.
(10:30 - 10:50)
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We2D-3: A High-Sensitivity Low-Power Vital Sign Radar Sensor Based on Super-Regenerative Oscillator Architecture
Yichao Yuan, Austin Ying-Kuang Chen, Chung-Tse (Michael) Wu
Yichao Yuan, Rutgers Univ.
(10:50 - 11:10)
Abstract
We2D-4: A Feasibility Study on the Use of Microwave Imaging for In-Vivo Screening of Knee Prostheses
Konstantin Root, Ingrid Ullman, Frank Seehaus, Martin Vossiek
Konstantin Root, Friedrich-Alexander-Univ. Erlangen-Nürnberg
(11:10 - 11:30)
Abstract
We2D-5: Human Tracking and Vital Sign Monitoring with a Switched Phased-Array Self-Injection-Locked Radar
Wei-Chih Su, Pin-Hsun Juan, De-Ming Chian, Tzyy-Sheng Horng, Chao-Kai Wen, Fu-Kang Wang
Wei-Chih Su, National Sun Yat-sen Univ.
(11:30 - 11:50)

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Chris Robenbeck
Naval Research Laboratory
Chai-Chan Chang
National Chung Cheng Univ.
Location
404AB
Abstract

Advances in SiGe, CMOS and GaN technology have lead to the widespread availability of low-cost millimeter wave radar transceivers. These sensors has enabled new capabilities in vibrometry and small scale motion sensing. Advances in this session include FMCW sensing of multiple targets, AI driven gesture recognition, picosecond pulse and interferometric techniques capable of resolving vibration ambiguities, and novel motion compensation approaches for vibrometry of moving targets.

Technical Papers
Abstract
We3D-1: Silent Speech Recognition based on Short-Range Millimeter-Wave Sensing
Li Wen, Changzhan Gu
Li Wen, Shanghai Jiao Tong Univ.
(15:50 - 16:10)
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We3D-2: Non-Contact Vital Signs Monitoring for Multiple Subjects Using a Millimeter Wave FMCW Automotive Radar
Shekh Md Mahmudul Islam, Naoyuki Motoyama, Sergio Pacheco, Victor Lubecke
Shekh Md Mahmudul Islam, University of Hawaii at Manoa
(16:10 - 16:30)
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We3D-3: Multi-Spectral THz Micro-Doppler Radar Based On A Silicon-Based Picosecond Pulse Radiator
Sam Razavian, Aydin Babakhani
Sam Razavian, Univ. of California, Los Angeles
(16:30 - 16:50)
Abstract
We3D-4: Using FMCW Radar for Spatially Resolved Intra-Chirp Vibrometry in the Audio Range
Lukas Piotrowsky, Jan Siska, Christian Schweer, Nils Pohl
Lukas Piotrowsky, Ruhr Univ. Bochum
(16:50 - 17:10)
Abstract
We3D-5: AI-driven Event Recognition with a Real-Time 3D 60-GHz Radar System
Asaf Tzadok, Alberto Valdes-Garcia, Petar Pepeljugoski, Jean-Olivier Plouchart, Mark Yeck, Huijuan Liu
Alberto Valdes-Garcia, IBM T.J. Watson Research Center
(17:10 - 17:30)

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Kamal Samanta
Sony Corp.
Dominique Baillargeat
Xlim - CNRS- Unversite De Liroges
Location
404AB
Abstract

New degrees of freedom are achieved using three-dimensional manufacturing approaches in high-frequency design. Deformable, integrable and extremely small dimensions can be enabled in components and systems using novel materials and processes. Some of the latest advancements on three-dimensional interconnects and RF components will be presented in the mm-wave to the THz regime.

Technical Papers
Abstract
Th2D-1: RF Systems on Antenna (SoA): a Novel Integration Approach Enabled by Additive Manufacturing
Xuanke He, Ryan Bahr, Yunnan Fang, Manos Tentzeris
Xuanke He, Georgia Institute of Technology
(10:10 - 10:30)
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Th2D-2: Wireless 3D vertical interconnect with power splitting capability
Aditya Dave, Rhonda Franklin
Aditya Dave, Univ. of Minnesota, Twin Cities
(10:30 - 10:50)
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Th2D-3: 3D Printed One-shot Deployable Flexible "Kirigami" Dielectric Reflectarray Antenna for mm-Wave Applications
Yepu Cui, Syed Abdullah Nauroze, Ryan Bahr, Manos Tentzeris
Yepu Cui, Georgia Institute of Technology
(10:50 - 11:10)
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Th2D-4: Evaluation of Micro Laser Sintering Metal 3D-Printing Technology for the Development of Waveguide Passive Devices up to 325 GHz
Victor Fiorese, Cybelle Belem-Goncalves, Carlos del Rio Bocio, Diane Titz, Frederic Gianesello, Cyril Luxey, Guillaume Ducournau, Emmanuel Dubois, Christophe Gaquiere, Daniel Gloria
Victor Fiorese, STMicroelectronics
(11:10 - 11:30)
Kenneth E. Kolodziej
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Lincoln Laboratory
Kate Remley
National Institute of Standards and Technology
Location
408A
Abstract

In-band full-duplex, also known as same-frequency simultaneous transmit and receive, requires self-interference cancellation to enable practical operation. This session will present papers on advanced RF/analog cancellers as well as highly-integrated transceivers that provide suppression across multiple domains. These novel techniques and systems should help advance the field of in-band full-duplex, and move the technology towards adoption within a future wireless standard.

Technical Papers
Abstract
Th2F-1: A BST Varactor Based Circulator Self Interference Canceller for Full Duplex Transmit Receive Systems
Charles Campbell, Jon Lovseth, Shawn Warren, Arthur Weeks, Paul Schmid
Charles Campbell, QORVO, Inc.
(10:10 - 10:30)
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Th2F-2: In-Band Full-Duplex Self-Interference Canceller Augmented with Bandstop-Configured Resonators
Robert Sepanek, Mark Hickle, Mark Stuenkel
Robert Sepanek, BAE Systems
(10:30 - 10:50)
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Th2F-3: An Integrated Full-Duplex/FDD Duplexer and Receiver Achieving 100MHz Bandwidth 58dB/48dB Self-Interference Suppression Using Hybrid-Analog-Digital Autonomous Adaptation Loops
Yuhe Cao, Xuanzhen Cao, Hyungjoo Seo, Jin Zhou
Jin Zhou, Univ. of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
(10:50 - 11:10)
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Th2F-4: A Full-Duplex Transceiver with CMOS RF Circulation and Code-Domain Signal Processing for 104 dB Self-Interference Rejection and Watt Level TX Power Handling
Ahmed Hamza, Aravind Nagulu, Hussam AlShammary, Cameron Hill, Eythan Lam, Harish Krishnaswamy, James Buckwalter
Ahmed Hamza, Univ. of California, Santa Barbara
(11:10 - 11:30)
Abstract
Th2F-5: Transmit-Receive Cross-Modulation Distortion Correction in a 5-6GHz Full Duplex Quadrature Balanced CMOS RF Front-End
Nimrod Ginzberg, Tomer Gidoni, Dror Regev, Emauel Cohen
Nimrod Ginzberg, Technion - Israel Institute of Technology
(11:30 - 11:50)