Design and Simulation of 5G 28-GHz Phased Array Transceiver
August 3, 2017
10am PT / 1pm ET
This presentation describes the design and simulation of a 4-channel transmit chain of a mmWave 28-GHz transceiver with a beam-steered patch antenna array. Design techniques are demonstrated to achieve the desired level of performance using system, circuit and electromagnetic simulation technologies. Array antenna, PA, LNA, Switch and Phase Shifter are designed with 0.18um SiGe BiCMOS technology and complementary technologies.
Who should view:
System and Design Engineers who work on 5G or Aerospace & Defense system/circuit design and simulation.
Jack Sifri, MMIC/Module Design-Flow Specialist
Jack Sifri is the MMIC/Module Design-Flow Specialist and Product Manager of MMIC simulation technologies at Keysight EEsof EDA. Before joining Keysight, Jack had spent 15 years designing RF and Microwave circuits for space applications at Hughes Aircraft Co. Jack has published many articles on MMIC Design Flow, LNA Design Techniques, Statistical Design Methodology and Design for Manufacturing, Non-Linear X-Parameters, and on Circuit Simulation Technologies. Jack holds a bachelor degree and a masters degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of California, Los Angeles and an MBA degree from the University of Southern California