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November 2021
 
 

High-Efficiency, Ultrathin Metasurfaces

A nearly 100%-efficient, ultrathin, broadband metasurface operates at microwave and millimeter-wave frequencies. The device uses two orthogonally polarized metallic gratings to form a Fabry-Perot cavity and a subwavelength metallic double-split-ring resonator at the center of each unit cell. Numerical and experimental results show performance superior to devices based solely on phase control.

 
 

Mini-Circuits’ BFHK-series LTCC band pass filter designs are the first of their kind in the industry, achieving up to 90 dB stopband rejection with excellent selectivity. These groundbreaking products feature built-in shielding to prevent detuning and come in a tiny 1812 ceramic monolith, ideal for pick and place assembly.

 
 

Time-Reversal Ultrawideband Pulse Compression

A new time-reversal pulse compression (TRPC) technique uses a single-port reverberant cavity (rather than the dual ports previously reported) connected to an ultrawideband circulator (6.5-17 GHz), increasing measured compression gain by up to 3 dB.
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CFP: Submit RFIC Papers to T-MTT by 3 Dec.

The IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques (T-MTT) will publish a Mini-Special Issue devoted to original material presented at the 2021 IEEE RFIC Symposium. Authors of RFIC papers may submit expanded versions by the extended deadline of 3 December.
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Super-Resolution Time Domain Spectroscopy

A new concept of constraint reconstruction for super-resolution THz time-domain spectroscopy, based on the modeling of the spectroscopic rotational lines in a sparse spectrum, produces resolutions up to 10 times higher than conventional THz-TDS.

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MTT-S Webinar: Filters Help Avoid RF Isolators

Join MTT-S Outstanding Young Engineer Award winner Roberto Gómez-García (University of Alcalá, Alcalá de Henares, Spain) on 9 Nov. for this month's Second Tuesday webinar, "Avoiding RF Isolators -- Reflectionless Filtering Components for Emerging Wireless Systems."
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This webinar demonstrates how the Cadence® AWR Design Environment® V16 platform integrated with Allegro® PCB Editor supports an RF-to-PCB workflow to overcome cross-platform interoperability issues.

 
 

Join Scott Blum, RF Applications Engineer with Wolfspeed as he discusses how to design areas of a pulsed amplifier circuit to achieve a high degree of pulse fidelity.

 
 

Frequency-Domain Spoofing Attack on FMCW Radar

A novel spoofing device uses a single-sideband mixer to inject false target information into a frequency-modulated continuous-wave (FMCW) radar, creating an apparent target at any range the spoofer chooses. Fortunately, the researchers also developed a hybrid-chirp FMCW approach as a countermeasure.
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Barium Hexaferrite Broadband Terahertz Isolator

Gyrotropic ceramics are leading candidates for breaking reciprocity in optical systems to build devices with unidirectional wave propagation. A new, broadband, self-biased THz isolator based on magnetized aluminum-substituted barium hexaferrite exhibits no less than 30 dB of isolation from 0.2 to 1 THz.
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LCD-Based Bandwidth, Center-Frequency Filter

A novel, fully electronically reconfigurable waveguide filter allows operators to tune both center frequency and bandwidth independently, thanks to resonators and coupling structures filled with liquid crystals and tuned using a novel two-layer electrode design. The prototype filter can adapt its center frequency from 29.8 GHz to 30.7 GHz with a maximum 3dB bandwidth variation from 660 MHz to 870 MHz.
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More-Stable Broadband 400 GHz Common-Base Amp

The indium phosphide (InP) 130 nm double-heterojunction bipolar transistor (DHBT) offers milliwatts of output power and high signal amplification in the lower end of the terahertz frequency band when used in a common-base configuration...but it has shown limitations as bandwidth and carrier frequency increase. Adding a series resistor at the collector terminal of the common-base transistor prevents instabilities and enables a state-of-the-art performance.
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Coming Up: Semiconductor ICs, Microwaves & RF

Reminder: Papers, Workshops, and Micro Apps for IMS 2022 (Denver, CO, 19-24 June 2022) are due 7 Dec. Upcoming MTT-S sponsored conferences include: BiCMOS and Compound Semiconductor ICs (BCICTS, Monterey, CA, 5–8 Dec.), Microwaves and RF (IMARC, Lucknow, India, 17-19 Dec. ), Radio & Wireless Week (RWW: RWS, PAWR, SIRF, WISNET, SHARC, & IoT Summit, Las Vegas, NV, 16-19 Jan. 2022), European Microwave Week (EuMIC, EuMC, EuRAD, London, 12-18 Feb.) and more.
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Have Something to Share With MTT-S Colleagues?

Members of the IEEE Microwave Theory and Techniques Society who want to share information about events, conferences, contests, publications, or other topics of interest to MTT-S colleagues are invited to e-mail Newsletter Working Group chair Roberto Gómez García (roberto.gomezg@uah.es) and newsletter editor Douglas McCormick (douglas.mccormick.us@ieee.org).

 
 
 
 
 


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