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Ka-band MMIC subarray technology program (Ka-Mist)

Ka-band MMIC subarray technology program (Ka-Mist)

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Published by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, National Technical Information Service, distributor in [Washington, D.C.], [Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Antenna arrays.,
  • Antenna design.,
  • Electronic modules.,
  • Electronic packaging.,
  • Extremely high frequencies.,
  • Integrated circuits.,
  • Microwave circuits.,
  • Mobile communication systems.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementW. Pottinger.
    SeriesNASA contractor report -- 195341., NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-195341.
    ContributionsUnited States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18088569M

    Overview: MMIC (Monolithic Microwave Integrated Circuit) Millimeter-wave and microwave integrated circuits and diodes offer superior performance for a wide .   Satellite Communications Qorvo offers high-performance components that support satellite communications up through Ka-band for both uplink and downlink systems. With a portfolio that spans RF functionality and showcases the industry's highest reliability, Qorvo is the premier partner in helping develop next-generation satcom solutions.

    An Highly Integrated Double Conversion Mixer MMIC for Ka-band VSAT Communication Systems B. Lefebvre1, A. Bessemoulin1, C. Schwoerer2, V. Lehoue1, O. Vaudescal1 1 United Monolithic Semiconductors, route départementale – BP46, F Orsay Cedex, France email: [email protected] – Ph.   The Darpa program manager was Dr. Eliot Cohen. Eliot Cohen recently wrote an article on the MIMIC Program in IEEE MTT-S Microwave Magazine which is a good resource if you want to learn about this historic program. Here are the details: Eliot Cohen, "The MIMIC Program - A Retrospective", Microwave Magazine, June , pp.

    A Ka Band Switch-LNA MMIC for Radiometry Applications University of Massachusetts-Amherst, ECE Dept., Laboratory for Millimeter Wave Devices and Applications Miguel A. Alvarado and Robert W. Jackson The need for low cost and low size radiometers have encouraged many to look at the implementation of radiometers using Monolithic. A Ka-band 22 dBm GaN amplifier MMIC Ka波段22dBm氮化镓单片集成放大器: Integrated Compact Broad Ka-Band Sub-Harmonic Single Sideband Up-Converter Mmic: Low Actuation Voltage Ka-Band Fractal Mems Switch: Ka Band Phase Locked Loop Oscillator Dielectric Resonator Oscillator for Satellite EHF Band Receiver: A 12~18GHz Wide Band VCO Based.


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Ka-band MMIC subarray technology program (Ka-Mist) Download PDF EPUB FB2

Ka-Band MMIC Subarray Technology Program (Ka-Mist) Final Report J Prepared for: NASA-Lewis Research Center Brookpark Rd. Cleveland, Ohio Under Contract No. NAS Deliverable Item Sequence No. G Prepared by: Texas Intruments Defense Systems & Electronics Group W.

University Dr. McKinney, Texas Warren File Size: 5MB. Ka-band monolithic microwave integrated circuit (MMIC) arrays have been considered as having high potential for increasing the capability of space, aircraft, and land mobile communication systems in terms of scan performance, data rate, link margin, and flexibility while offering a significant reduction in size, weight, and power consumption.

Insertion of MMIC technology into antenna Author: W. Pottinger. Get this from a library. Ka-band MMIC subarray technology program (Ka-Mist).

[W Pottinger; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.]. Get this from a library. Ka-band MMIC subarray technology program (Ka-Mist): final report. [Warren Pottenger; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.;].

Ka-band MMIC arrays have long been considered as having high potential for increasing the capability of space, aircraft, and land mobile communication systems in terms of scan performance, data rate, link margin, and flexibility while offering a significant reduction in size, weight, and power consumption.

Available () MMIC technology was chosen to focus the program effort on the novel interconnect schemes and packaging requirements rather than focusing on MMIC development.

Major technical achievements of this program include the successful integration of two 4 x 4 subarray modules into a single antenna : W. Pottinger. Ka-band monolithic microwave integrated circuit (MMIC) arrays have been considered as having high potential for increasing the capability of space, aircraft.

The Aviation and Missile Research, Development and Engineering Center has been involved in a research and development program aimed at furthering phased ar Iteration of a MEMS-based, Ka-band, element sub-array - IEEE Conference PublicationCited by: 3.

The aviation and missile research, development and engineering center (AMRDEC) has been involved in an army technology objective (ATO) aimed at furthering phased arrays for both tactical seekers and communication links. The ATO has been pursuing both microelectro-mechanical systems (MEMS) and MMIC-based phase shifters with an overall goal of $50 K for a tactical seeker at Ka-band and $5 K for.

Sumitomo Electric provides GaAs power amplifier MMICs mounted in a suitable high frequency package with output power 50mW - 2W at frequencies ranging from C-band to Ka-band. Sumitomo Electric provides various types of packages including highly reliable hermetically sealed types, low cost surface mount types and very low cost QFN Size: KB.

a 4x4 MMIC microstrip subarray has been described. The proposed design was constrained to using currently available Ka-band MMIC devices and to a 'tile' co_ffiguration geometry. As a consequence, innovative integration and fabrication techniques are required to address the problems of spatial constraints, interconnections and heat removal.

The. In addition, the subarray layer concept with plug-in RF connectors allows for easy removal of a layer for repairing one of the components. This planar array demonstrates state-of-the-art design technology required for implementation of Ka-band transmit arrays in future NASA (US National Aeronautics and Space Administration) deep-space missions.

A broadband Ka-band AlGaN/GaN on SiC HEMT power amplifier MMIC was developed for millimeter-wave antenna applications. The output stage is composed of a. MMIC designer to trade power versus efficiency at the MMIC level and to choose an optimum design while meeting the architecture requirements.

For further context, Fig. 2 illustrates the state-of-the-art performance of Ka-band power MMICs based on GaAs pseudomorphic high electron mobility transistor (pHEMT) technology.

The highest efficiencies. Three-dimensional millimeter-wave portal for human body imaging. Ka-band MMIC subarray technology program (Ka-Mist) Ka-band MMIC arrays have. RAMP, the acronym used in the table, stands for the radar modernization program.

The first 16 entries correspond to narrowband systems/modules, while the last three entries correspond to typical wideband modules. The physical size of the HBT MMIC power amplifier, in en is mm × mm, a remarkable achievement for the power it delivers.

—More information on Design of an optically controlled Ka-band GaAs MMIC phased-array antenna (SuDoc NAS ) NASA, "Ka-band MMIC subarray technology program (Ka-Mist) final report (SuDoc NAS )". DTIC ADA Design, Fabrication, and Evaluation of a MEMS-Based, Ka-Band, Element Sub-Array *PHASED ARRAYS, *MICROELECTROMECHANICAL SYSTEMS, RADIOFREQUENCY, MONOLITHIC MICROWAVE INTEGRATED CIRCUITS, PHASE SHIFT CIRCUITS Development and Engineering Center (AMRDEC) has recently completed an Army Technology.

The proposed program is aimed at increasing the available output power up to 5 watts with a power-added efficiency of the final stage greater than 50%. The primary device technology selected for these amplifier designs is the Gallium-Nitride (GaN) PHEMT (Pseudomorphic High Electron Mobility Transistor) technology.

This paper reports on the fully matched, HBT MMIC power amplifier operating at the Ka-band with >1W CW output power. At 30 GHz, the power amplifier delivered maximum output power of W with peak PAE of 35% and dB linear : Shinichi Tanaka, S. Yamanouchi, Y. Amamiya, T.

Niwa, K. Hosoya, H. Shimawaki, K. Honjo. Our result shows the smallest chip size among the state of the art results while revealing a comparable output power and gain as well as band width.

Y. C. Lee, C. S. Park: A Compact Broadband PHEMT MMIC Power Amplifier for K through Ka-band Applications Fig. 7. Output power as a function of input power for various fre- quencies. Table by: 2.Advanced Communications Technology Satellite (ACTS) Experiments Program - A market-driven approach to government/industry cooperation DEAN OLMSTEAD, RONALD SCHERTLER and.

The Ka-band vector modulator MMIC shows good performance over a broad frequency range (24 to 44 GHz). It was tested on a Cascade Microtech probe station with an Agilent network analyzer to measure S-parameters over a range of complementary I/I- and Q/Q-DC voltages.