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On the millimeter-wave characteristics and model of on-chip interconnect transmission lines up to 110 GHz

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On-chip microstrip and coplanar waveguide structures were designed and fabricated in RF CMOS foundry processes. The wideband transmission line characteristics such as characteristic impedance, attenuation constant, propagation delay, and their electrical RLC parameters were evaluated based on S-parameter measurements in the millimeter-wave range. In addition, a SPICE-compatible RLC lumped element model including the skin-effect and the substrate RC network is employed to account for transmission line effects in interconnect over a wide frequency range up to 110 GHz.

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IEEE MTT-S International Microwave Symposium Digest, 2005.

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12-17 June 2005