Study of chip scale wireless interconnect systems and their antennas
Date of Issue2007
School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering
The chip scale wireless interconnect systems are analyzed in terms of bit error rate performance and studied in terms of their antennas in this thesis. First, a novel inter-chip RF-interconnect system is proposed and analyzed. The intra-chip wireless interconnect system is analyzed at 25 GHz for various digital modulation schemes. In addition, on-chip antennas for intra-chip wireless interconnects are studied, including dipole antennas, 60-GHz inverted-F and quasi-Yagi antennas, as well as monopoles. A novel intra-chip wireless interconnect system using on-chip meander antennas and ultrawide-band (UWB) radios that operate in 22-29 GHz is analyzed. Furthermore, LTCC-based on-package antennas for inter-chip wireless interconnects are studied, including a discrete beveled UWB antenna, a UWB integrated circuit package antenna (ICPA), and 60-GHz ICPAs. A novel interchip wireless interconnect system using on-package beveled antennas and UWB radios that operate in 3.1-10.6 GHz is analyzed.
DRNTU::Engineering::Electrical and electronic engineering::Electronic systems
Nanyang Technological University