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Workshop at the IMS 2012

On June 22nd, the team of the SUCCESS project held a scientific workshop within the framework of the International Microwave Symposium in Montreal.

One of the lecturers, Prof. Christoph Scheytt, considers the workshop a great success. The organizers were pleased to welcome more than 30 participants who enjoyed discussing the design and development of a special low-cost, surface-mountable 120 GHz radar sensor. The most recent research results from both academia and industry were presented including innovative findings in the design of receivers, transmitters, on-chip radar system, as well as mm-wave package technology with integrated antennas. The workshop did not only cover the design of sensors, but also included the challenging testing and measurement of MMICs.


The workshop contained the following sections:
Motivation for miniaturized millimeter-wave systems
Prof. Zwick (KIT)
20 min
Millimeter wave sensor implementation aspects
Dr. Hasch (Robert Bosch GmbH)
40 min
Single-chip 142-152 GHz sensor with self-test features
Prof. Voinigescu (UofT)
40 min
122 GHz FMCW radar transceiver and components in 0.13 µm SiGe BiCMOS technology
Prof. Scheytt (IHP / Uni Paderborn)
40 min
Integration and characterization of millimeter wave antennas
Prof. Zwick (KIT)
40 min


This project has received funding from the European Union’s Seventh Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement No 248120.


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