Systems & Applications

Malgorzata Celuch
QWED Sp. z o.o
Arnaud Pothier
Xlim - CNRS- Unversite De Liroges
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.

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Tu3D-1: An SIW Oscillator for Microfluidic Lossy Medium Characterization
Mohammad Abdolrazzaghi, Nazli Kazemi, Mojgan Daneshmand
Mohammad Abdolrazzaghi, Univ. of Alberta
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Tu3D-2: Selective Measurement of Water Content in Multivariable Biofuel Using Microstrip Split Ring Resonators
Masoud Baghelani, Navid Hosseini, Mojgan Daneshmand
Masoud Baghelani, Univ. of Alberta
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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.
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Tu3D-4: A 162GHz Ring Resonator Based High Resolution Dielectric Sensor
Hai Yu, Bo Yu, Xuan Ding, Juan Sebastián Gómez-Díaz, Qun Jane Gu
Hai Yu, Univ. of California, Davis
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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, Università Politecnica delle Marche
Pawel Kopyt
Warsaw Univ. of Technology
Rashaunda Henderson
Univ. of Texas at Dallas
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Techniques of non-destructive evaluation of diverse dielectric materials are discussed. Imaging systems based on resonant and broadband applicators are presented.

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Tu4D-1: Broadband Measurement of Dielectric Properties of Substrates up to 67GHz Using a Coaxial Air Line
Nikita Mahjabeen, Alan Paul Zanders, Rashaunda Henderson
Nikita Mahjabeen, Univ. of Texas at Dallas
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Tu4D-2: High-Resolution Millimeter-Wave Tomography System for Characterization of Low-Permittivity Materials
Andreas Och, Patrick A. Hölzl, Stefan Schuster, Jochen O. Schrattenecker, Philipp F. Freidl, Stefan Scheiblhofer, Dominik Zankl, Venkata Pathuri-Bhuvana, Robert Weigel
Andreas Och, Infineon Technologies
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Tu4D-3: Non-Destructive Testing of Non-Metallic Concentric Pipes Using Microwave Measurements
Hailun Wu, Maryam Ravan, Raveena Sharma, Jay Patel, Reza K. Amineh
Raveena Sharma, NYIT
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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
Marzena Olszewska-Placha, QWED
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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 M. Reindl
Dominik Meier, Fraunhofer IAF
Jasmin Grosinger
Graz Univ. of Technology
Etienne Perret
Grenoble Institute of Technology
Abstract

The session presents new advancements in wireless sensors targeting sensing applications such as material, biomedical, and capacitive sensing. The novel wireless sensors are based on well-chosen communication technologies to serve its specific applications, for example, passive backscatter, active far-field, and passive near-field communication technologies. A particular focus of the session lies on integrated wireless sensors based on the CMOS technology.

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We1B-1: Highly Sensitive Capacitive Sensor Based on Injection Locked Oscillators with ppm Sensing Resolution
Meissa Babay, Clement Hallepee, Claire Dalmay, Bruno Barelaud, Emre Can Durmaz, Canan Baristiran Kaynak, Mehmet Kaynak, David Cordeau, Arnaud Pothier
Arnaud Pothier, XLIM (UMR 7252)
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We1B-2: An Integrated Battery-Less Wirelessly Powered RFID Tag with Clock Recovery and Data Transmitter for UWB Localization
Hamed Rahmani, Aydin Babakhani
Hamed Rahmani, Univ. of California, Los Angeles
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We1B-3: A Silicon-Based Closed-Loop 256-Pixel Near-Field Capacitive Sensing Array with 3-ppm Sensitivity and Selectable Frequency Shift Gain
Jia Zhou, Chia-Jen Liang, Christopher Chen, Jieqiong Du, Rulin Huang, Richard Al Hadi, James C.M. Hwang, Mau-Chung Frank Chang
Jia Zhou, Univ. of California, Los Angeles
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We1B-4: All-Digital Single Sideband (SSB) Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) Backscatter with an Inductor-Free, Digitally-Tuned Capacitance Modulator
James Rosenthal, Matthew S. Reynolds
James Rosenthal, Univ. of Washington
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We1B-5: Microwave Encoders with Synchronous Reading and Direction Detection for Motion Control Applications
Ferran Paredes, Cristian Herrojo, Ferran Martín
Ferran Paredes, Univ. Autònoma de Barcelona
Souvik Dubey
Abbott Labs
Hung-Wei Wu
Kun Shan Univ.
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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.

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We1D-1: A Quadband Implantable Antenna System for Simultaneous Wireless Powering and Biotelemetry of Deep-Body Implants
Abdul Basir, Hyoungsuk Yoo
Abdul Basir, Hanyang Univ.
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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.
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We1D-3: A Wearable Throat Vibration Microwave Sensor Based on Split-Ring Resonator for Harmonics Detection
Yun-Rei Ho, Chin-Lung Yang
Chin-Lung Yang, National Cheng Kung Univ.
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We1D-4: Experimental Dosimetry Study of a Miniature RF Applicator Dedicated to the Evaluation of Severe RF Exposure Impact on a 3D Biological Model
S. Augé, A. Tamra, L. Rigal, V. Lobjois, B. Ducommun, D. Dubuc, K. Grenier
K. Grenier, LAAS
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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 Horng, Fu-Kang Wang
Rezki El Arif, National Sun Yat-sen Univ.
Gent Paparisto
Cadence Design Systems, Inc.
Christian Fager
Chalmers Univ. of Technology
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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.

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We1F-1: Demonstrating 139Gbps and 55.6bps/Hz Spectrum Efficiency Using 8×8 MIMO Over a 1.5-km Link at 73.5GHz
Cristian B. Czegledi, Mikael Hörberg, Martin Sjödin, Per Ligander, Jonas Hansryd, Jan Sandberg, Jonas Gustavsson, Daniel Sjöberg, Dimitris Polydorou, Dimitris Siomos
Cristian B. Czegledi, Ericsson
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We1F-2: Digital Predistortion of Millimeter-Wave Phased Array Transmitter with Over-The-Air Calibrated Simplified Conductive Feedback Architecture
Nuutti Tervo, Bilal Khan, Olli Kursu, Janne P. Aikio, Markku Jokinen, Marko E. Leinonen, Markku Juntti, Timo Rahkonen, Aarno Pärssinen
Nuutti Tervo, Univ. of Oulu
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We1F-3: On the Effectiveness of Near-Field Feedback for Digital Pre-Distortion of Millimeter-Wave RF Beamforming Arrays
Ahmed Ben Ayed, Giovanni Scarlato, Patrick Mitran, Slim Boumaiza
Ahmed Ben Ayed, Univ. of Waterloo
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We1F-4: High-Frequency Vector-Modulated Signal Generation Using Frequency-Multiplier-Based RF Beamforming Architecture
Ifrah Jaffri, Ahmed Ben Ayed, Ali M. Darwish, Slim Boumaiza
Ifrah Jaffri, Univ. of Waterloo
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We1F-5: Aperture-Array & Lens+FPA Multi-Beam Digital Receivers at 28GHz on Xilinx ZCU 1275 RF SoC
Sravan Pulipati, Viduneth Ariyarathna, Md. Rayhan Khan, Shubhendu Bhardwaj, Arjuna Madanayake
Sravan Pulipati, Florida International Univ.
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We1F-6: A 3D Detect-Array for Low-Complexity W-Band Beam Sensing and Direction-of-Arrival Estimation
John Kimionis, Michael J. Holyoak, Amit Singh, Shahriar Shahramian, Yves Baeyens
John Kimionis, Nokia Bell Labs
Kazuya Yamamoto
Mitsubishi Electric Corp.
Changzhan Gu
Shanghai Jiao Tong Univ.
Abstract

This session presents a variety of radar and backscatter sensor systems for applications such as negative resistance-based backscatter systems, reflector tags, 3D radar sensing, and high linear motion sensing.

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We2B-1: Nonlinear Negative Resistance-Based Harmonic Backscatter
Karan Gumber, Francesco Amato, Corinne Dejous, Simon Hemour
Karan Gumber, IMS (UMR 5218)
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We2B-2: A 5.8GHz Fully-Tunnel-Diodes-Based 20µW, 88mV, and 48dB-Gain Fully-Passive Backscattering RFID Tag
Aline Eid, Jimmy Hester, Manos M. Tentzeris
Aline Eid, Georgia Tech
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We2B-3: Active Reflector Tag for Millimeter Wave Harmonic Radar at 61/122GHz ISM Band Based on 130nm-BiCMOS SiGe:C Technology
Steffen Hansen, Christian Bredendiek, Nils Pohl
Steffen Hansen, Fraunhofer FHR
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We2B-4: Long-Range Zero-Power Multi-Sensing in Industrial Environment Using Polarization Diversity and 3D Radar Imagery
Dominique Henry, Timothée Marchal, Julien Philippe, Hervé Aubert, Patrick Pons
Dominique Henry, LAAS
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We2B-5: Noncontact High-Linear Motion Sensing Based on a Modified Differentiate and Cross-Multiply Algorithm
Wei Xu, Changzhan Gu, Jun-Fa Mao
Wei Xu, Shanghai Jiao Tong Univ.
Chai-Chan Chang
National Chung Cheng Univ.
Changzhi Li
Texas Tech Univ.
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.

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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.
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We2D-2: Noncontact Wrist Pulse Waveform Detection Using 24-GHz Continuous-Wave Radar Sensor for Blood Pressure Estimation
Tzu-Jung Tseng, Chao-Hsiung Tseng
Tzu-Jung Tseng, Taiwan Tech
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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.
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We2D-4: A Feasibility Study on the Use of Microwave Imaging for in-vivo Screening of Knee Prostheses
Konstantin Root, Ingrid Ullmann, Frank Seehaus, Martin Vossiek
Konstantin Root, FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg
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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.
Kwang-Jin Koh
Lockheed Martin Corp.
Tumay Kanar
Renesas Electronics America
Abstract

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.

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We2F-1: A 28GHz, 2-Way Hybrid Phased-Array Front-End for 5G Mobile Applications
Namjun Cho, Hyo-Sung Lee, Hanyeop Lee, Woo-Nyun Kim
Namjun Cho, Samsung
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We2F-2: A 24–29.5GHz 256-Element 5G Phased-Array with 65.5dBm Peak EIRP and 256-QAM Modulation
Yusheng Yin, Zhe Zhang, Tumay Kanar, Samet Zihir, Gabriel M. Rebeiz
Yusheng Yin, Univ. of California, San Diego
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We2F-3: Machine Learning for Accelerated IBFD Tuning in 5G Flexible Duplex Networks
Kenneth E. Kolodziej, Aidan U. Cookson, Bradley T. Perry
Kenneth E. Kolodziej, MIT Lincoln Laboratory
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We2F-4: A 38-GHz 32-Element Phased-Array Transmitter Based on Scalable 8-Element Phased-Array Modules for 5G MMW Data Links
Chun-Nien Chen, Li-Cheng Hung, Yi-Hsien Lin, Tzu-Chien Tang, Wei-Pang Chao, Guan-Yu Lin, Wei-Jun Liao, Yu-Hsiang Nien, Wei-Cheng Huang, Tai-Yu Kuo, Kun-You Lin, Tian-Wei Huang, Yi-Cheng Lin, Hsin-Chia Lu, Tsung-Heng Tsai, Huei Wang
Chun-Nien Chen, National Taiwan Univ.
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We2F-5: OLED Display-Integrated Optically Invisible Phased Arrays for Millimeter-Wave 5G Cellular Devices
Junho Park, Jaehyun Choi, Dongpil Park, Myun-soo Kim, Chisang You, Doochan Jung, Insu Song, Jaewook Lee, Yong Nam Whang, Yongha Lee, Byounggwan Kang, Wonbin Hong
Wonbin Hong, POSTECH
Byung-Wook Min
Yonsei Univ.
David Ricketts
North Carolina State Univ.
Abstract

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.

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We3F-1: A Scalable Switchable Dual-Polarized 256-Element Ka-Band SATCOM Transmit Phased-Array with Embedded RF Driver and ±70° Beam Scanning
Kevin Kai Wei Low, Samet Zihir, Tumay Kanar, Gabriel M. Rebeiz
Kevin Kai Wei Low, Univ. of California, San Diego
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We3F-2: A 28-GHz Full Duplex Front-End and Canceller Using Two Cross-Polarized 64-Element Phased Arrays
Jonghoon Myeong, Kyutae Park, Ahmed Nafe, Hyunchul Chung, Gabriel M. Rebeiz, Byung-Wook Min
Jonghoon Myeong, Yonsei Univ.
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We3F-3: Affordable, Multi-Function Flight-Worthy Airborne Phased-Array Sensor
Julio Navarro
Julio Navarro, Boeing
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We3F-4: A Scalable 256-Element E-Band Phased-Array Transceiver for Broadband Communications
Morris Repeta, Wenyao Zhai, Tyler Ross, Kimia Ansari, Sam Tiller, Hari Krishna Pothula, David Wessel, Xu Li, Hua Cai, Dong Liang, Guanjgian Wang, Wen Tong
Morris Repeta, Huawei Technologies
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We3F-5: A Dual-Polarized 1024-Element Ku-Band SATCOM Transmit Phased-Array with ±70° Scan and 43.5dBW EIRP
Gökhan Gültepe, Samet Zihir, Tumay Kanar, Gabriel M. Rebeiz
Gökhan Gültepe, Univ. of California, San Diego
Markus Gardill
Universität Würzburg
Martin Vossiek
Friedrich-Alexander-Univ. Erlangen-Nürnberg
Abstract

This session is on advanced radar systems and concepts for automotive and vehicular applications. The topics range from modulation schemes for MIMO radar and in-depth analysis of radar noise performance, to concepts for speed over ground estimation and model-based and neural-network based super-resolution range and angle-of-arrival estimation techniques.

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Th1C-1: A Fast-Chirp MIMO Radar System Using Beat Frequency FDMA with Single-Sideband Modulation
Minh Q. Nguyen, Reinhard Feger, Jonathan Bechter, Markus Pichler-Scheder, Andreas Stelzer
Minh Q. Nguyen, Johannes Kepler Universität Linz
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Th1C-2: A System Analysis of Noise Influences on the Imaging Performance of Millimeter Wave MIMO Radars
André Dürr, Dominik Schwarz, Christian Waldschmidt
André Dürr, Universität Ulm
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Th1C-3: Millimeter-Wave Interferometric Radar for Speed-Over-Ground Estimation
Eric Klinefelter, Jeffrey A. Nanzer
Eric Klinefelter, Michigan State Univ.
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Th1C-4: Root-MUSIC Based Power Estimation Method with Super-Resolution FMCW Radar
Tatsuya Iizuka, Yohei Toriumi, Fumihiko Ishiyama, Jun Kato
Tatsuya Iizuka, NTT
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Th1C-5: Learning Representations for Neural Networks Applied to Spectrum-Based Direction-of-Arrival Estimation for Automotive Radar
Maximilian Gall, Markus Gardill, Jonas Fuchs, Thomas Horn
Markus Gardill, InnoSenT
Alessandra Costanzo
Univ. of Bologna
Smail Tedjini
Univ of Grenoble-Alpes France
Abstract

The recent advances for novel topologies and layout realizations of high-efficiency rectenna and rectifiers for RF energy harvesting are proposed. Both narrowband and broadband solutions with record efficiencies at ultra-low power are discussed using discrete and integrated CMOS solutions.

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Th1E-1: A W-Band Rectenna Using On-Chip CMOS Switching Rectifier and On-PCB Tapered Slot Antenna Achieving 25% Effective-Power-Conversion Efficiency for Wireless Power Transfer
Pingyang He, Jie Xu, Dixian Zhao
Pingyang He, Southeast Univ.
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Th1E-2: An Ultra-Low-Power Power Management Circuit with Output Bootstrapping and Reverse Leakage Reduction Function for RF Energy Harvesting
Zizhen Zeng, Shanpu Shen, Bo Wang, Johan J. Estrada-López, Ross Murch, Edgar Sánchez-Sinencio
Zizhen Zeng, Texas A&M Univ.
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Th1E-3: Compact and High Efficiency Rectifier Design Based on Microstrip Coupled Transmission Line for Energy Harvesting
Fading Zhao, Daniele Inserra, Guangjun Wen
Fading Zhao, UESTC
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Th1E-4: High-Efficiency Sub-1GHz Flexible Compact Rectenna Based on Parametric Antenna-Rectifier Co-Design
Mahmoud Wagih, Alex S. Weddell, Steve Beeby
Mahmoud Wagih, Univ. of Southampton
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Th1E-5: 920MHz Band High Sensitive Rectenna with the High Impedance Folded Dipole Antenna on the Artificial Magnetic Conductor Substrate
Nobuhiko Yasumaru, Naoki Sakai, Kenji Itoh, Toshiki Tamura, Shigeru Makino
Nobuhiko Yasumaru, Kanazawa Institute of Technology
Frank E. van Vliet
TNO, Netherlands
Christian Waldschmidt
Ulm Univ.
Abstract

Only due to persistent progress in phased-array beamforming technologies and techniques did phased-arrays move from the defense and space domains into a multitude of applications, including much lower-cost commercial applications. In this session, progress is reported on digital as well as analog implementations. Aspects including wideband beamforming, mutual coupling, calibration and tracking are covered, even addressing flexible phased-array sheets.

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Th1F-1: Design Considerations and FPGA Implementation of a Wideband All-Digital Transmit Beamformer with 50% Fractional Bandwidth
Sravan Pulipati, Rui Ma
Sravan Pulipati, MERL
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Th1F-2: FPGA-Based 2-D FIR Frost Beamformers with Digital Mutual Coupling Compensation
Sravan Pulipati, Viduneth Ariyarathna, Ashira L. Jayaweera, Chamira U.S. Edussooriya, Chamith Wijenayake, Leonid Belostotski, Arjuna Madanayake
Sravan Pulipati, Florida International Univ.
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Th1F-3: In-situ Self-Test and Self-Calibration of Dual-Polarized 5G TRX Phased Arrays Leveraging Orthogonal-Polarization Antenna Couplings
Ahmed Nafe, Abdurrahman H. Aljuhani, Kerim Kibaroglu, Mustafa Sayginer, Gabriel M. Rebeiz
Ahmed Nafe, Univ. of California, San Diego
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Th1F-4: Scalable, Deployable, Flexible Phased Array Sheets
Matan Gal-Katziri, Austin Fikes, Florian Bohn, Behrooz Abiri, M. Reza Hashemi, Ali Hajimiri
Matan Gal-Katziri, Caltech
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Th1F-5: 28GHz Active Monopulse Networks with Amplitude and Phase Control and -30dB Null-Bandwidth of 5GHz
Hyunchul Chung, Qian Ma, Gabriel M. Rebeiz
Hyunchul Chung, Univ. of California, San Diego
Nuno Borges Carvalho
Instituto De Telecomunicacoes
Marco Dionigi
Univ. of Perugia
Abstract

In this session novel applications of wireless power transfer to different technologies is presented ranging from low frequency to millimeter wave. Applications spanning from under water, textile, automotive and space will be discussed.

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Th2E-1: High Isolation Simultaneous Wireless Power and Information Transfer System Using Coexisting DGS Resonators and Figure-8 Inductors
Adel Barakat, Ramesh K. Pokharel, Shimaa Alshhawy, Kuniaki Yoshitomi, Shigeo Kawasaki
Adel Barakat, Kyushu Univ.
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Th2E-2: Conductive Coupler for Wireless Power Transfer Under Seawater
Masaya Tamura, Kousuke Murai, Marimo Matsumoto
Masaya Tamura, Toyohashi University of Technology
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Th2E-3: The K-Band Communication Transmitter/Receiver Powered by the C-Band HySIC Energy Harvester with Multi-Sensors
Satoshi Yoshida, Kentaro Matsuura, Daisuke Kobuchi, Naoto Yabuta, Toshihiro Nakaoka, Kenjiro Nishikawa, Shigeo Kawasaki
Shigeo Kawasaki, JAXA
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Th2E-4: A Wireless Power Transfer System (WPTS) Using Misalignment Resilient, On-Fabric Resonators for Wearable Applications
Dieff Vital, John L. Volakis, Shubhendu Bhardwaj
Dieff Vital, Florida International Univ.
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Th2E-5: A 3D Rectenna with All-Polarization and Omnidirectional Capacity for IoT Applications
Sheng Wang, Hong-Yeh Chang
Sheng Wang, National Central Univ.
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Th2E-6: RF Energy On-Demand for Automotive Applications
G. Paolini, M. Shanawani, A. Costanzo, F. Benassi, D. Masotti
G. Paolini, Univ. of Bologna
Kenneth E. Kolodziej
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Lincoln Laboratory
Kate Remley
National Institute of Standards and Technology
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.

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Th2F-1: A BST Varactor Based Circulator Self Interference Canceller for Full Duplex Transmit Receive Systems
Charles F. Campbell, Jon A. Lovseth, Shawn Warren, Arthur Weeks, Paul B. Schmid
Charles F. Campbell, Qorvo
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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
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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
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Th2F-4: A Full-Duplex Transceiver with CMOS RF Circulation and Code-Domain Signal Processing for 104dB Self-Interference Rejection and Watt Level TX Power Handling
Ahmed Hamza, Aravind Nagulu, Hussam AlShammary, Cameron Hill, Eythan Lam, Harish Krishnaswamy, James F. Buckwalter
Ahmed Hamza, Univ. of California, Santa Barbara
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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, Emanuel Cohen
Nimrod Ginzberg, Technion
Rudy Emrick
Northrop Grumman Corp.
Danny Elad
ON Semiconductor
Abstract

Advances and emerging technologies for radar, tracking and imaging will be highlighted. Areas included for discussion include range and angular resolution based on MIMO and UWB techniques. Advances in applications for motion tracking are included.

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Th3C-1: K-Band MIMO FMCW Radar Using CDMA for TX-Separation Based on an Ultra-Wideband SiGe BiCMOS Radar Chipset
Benedikt Welp, Alex Shoykhetbrod, Stefan Wickmann, Gunnar Briese, Georg Weiß, Jennifer Wenderoth, Reinhold Herschel, Nils Pohl
Benedikt Welp, Fraunhofer FHR
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Th3C-2: Measurement-Based Performance Investigation of a Hybrid MIMO-Frequency Scanning Radar
Alex Shoykhetbrod, Harun Cetinkaya, Sandra Nowok
Alex Shoykhetbrod, Fraunhofer FHR
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Th3C-3: Ultra-Wideband FMCW Radar with Over 40GHz Bandwidth Below 60GHz for High Spatial Resolution in SiGe BiCMOS
Benedikt Welp, Gunnar Briese, Nils Pohl
Benedikt Welp, Fraunhofer FHR
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Th3C-4: Harmonic Micro-Doppler Detection Using Passive RF Tags and Pulsed Microwave Harmonic Radar
Neda Nourshamsi, Cory Hilton, Stavros Vakalis, Jeffrey A. Nanzer
Neda Nourshamsi, Michigan State Univ.
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Th3C-5: Localization and Tracking Bees Using a Battery-Less Transmitter and an Autonomous Unmanned Aerial Vehicle
Jake Shearwood, Sam Williams, Nawaf Aldabashi, Paul Cross, Breno M. Freitas, Chaochun Zhang, Cristiano Palego
Jake Shearwood, Bangor Univ.