Aravind Nagulu from Columbia University explains why wireless systems that simultaneously transmit and receive are gaining popularity over conventional interfaces. Nagulu goes into technical detail of the Fully-Integrated Non-Magnetic 180nm SOI Circulator with >1W P1dB and high isolation across 1.85VSWR specifications.
Prof. Krishnaswamy describes a novel technique to achieve high-frequency non-reciprocity based on synchronized conductivity modulation and the world’s first mmWave CMOS passive non-reciprocal circulator.
Prof. Krishnaswamy and Negar Reiskarimian describe CoSMIC lab’s recent breakthrough in achieving non-reciprocity and the first passive non-reciprocal circulator on a CMOS IC.
CoSMIC lab demonstrates a wireless imaging system using Linxiao’s MIMO receiver array IC with spatial notch suppression.
CoSMIC Lab demonstrates the world’s first mm-Wave same-channel full-duplex wireless link using Tolga’s 60GHz 45nm SOI CMOS full-duplex transceiver IC.
CoSMIC lab’s packaged 45GHz 45nm SOI CMOS ELASTx Class-E PA replaces a GaAs PA in a Northrop Grumman SATCOM LCT demo.