Integrated waveguides play an important role for modern millimeter-wave systems. This session presents recent advances for substrate integrated, 3D printed and dielectric waveguides. Theory, design and experimental results are presented.
In this session, innovative waveguiding structures for the generation, transmission and manipulation are presented. These include liquid crystal based phase manipulation, negative group delay enabled leaky waves, loss reduced multilayer structures, full tensor anisotropic metamaterial modelling and picosecond pulse generation using nonlinear transmission lines. Theoretical and experimental results are presented to substantiate the interest of these techniques.
Advanced synthesis solutions for non-planar filters and multiplexers.
The session covers advances in 5G millimeter-wave wireless system performance including improved throughput and spectrum efficiency, various digital predistortion techniques in MIMO and phased array systems, antenna design for higher directivity, and new designs for direction finding.
Advanced implementation of non-planar filters and multiplexers.
This session introduces advanced beamforming transceivers, array implementations and techniques for 5G communication networks. It presents novel arrays and front-ends for mobile devices and base-stations and discusses new optimization techniques for interference cancellation including a machine learning approach.
This session covers the latest advances in passive components and related technologies. It spans from circuits to modules. Novel techniques such as angular-momentum based circulators, silicon-based integrated passive devices, and SiW-based components are discussed. Also novel designs for resonators, junctions and delay lines are presented.
This session will present the latest beamforming array advances for satellite communications and sensors. The papers cover Ku-, Ka-, and E-band applications of 256 to 1024-element active transceivers and radar sensors.