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All three technologies have been MILLIMETER-WAVE PACKAGING 31 successfully applied to mmWave applications over many years. The primary selection criteria are material parameters such as low-loss, good thermal conductivity and precision. See also Chapter 4 for more details. 1 MCM-L The substrate is based on laminated multilayer PCB technology. It is an extension of COB, where the bare dies are mounted directly on a substrate. Multilayer structures are formed by etching patterns in copper foils laminated to both sides of a resin-based organic core.
Silicon-based antennas are discussed along with fundamental phased array architectures from RF, IF to LO. A candidate fully integrated mmWave silicon-based transceiver is presented with each block detailed and its performance summarized. Then a discussion of alternative methods ensues based upon direct antenna modulation for higher efﬁciency and security. It is presented in the context of a 60 GHz system with experimental results. 35 and 18 GHz along with experimental results. Chapter 15 extends the application space of mmWave to imaging, which among many other applications, expands our vision by letting us ‘see’ things under poor visibility conditions.
The ﬁrst measurement technique allows measurement of the complex impedance and the antenna radiation pattern in an anechoic chamber. Finally, a novel non-destructive IC package characterization method is described that uses a recursive untermination method for non-destructive in-situ S-parameter measurements of multi-port packages. Chapter 18 extends the MEMS work started in Chapter 12, with a more detailed discussion on micromachining and silicon processing. It begins with a review of mmWave packaging technologies and introduces silicon based packaging through examples and applications highlighting advantages and disadvantages along the way.