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65/30 GHz dual-frequency wirelessly powered monolithic 1.83 mm\u3csup\u3e2 \u3c/sup\u3ewireless temperature sensor using a 3-stage inductor-peaked rectifier with on-chip antenna in 65-nm CMOS

By H Hao Gao, M Marion Matters-Kammerer and PGM Peter Baltus


\u3cp\u3eThis work is to present a wireless temperature sensor, including an on-chip antenna, which can be wirelessly powered and sensed at mm-wave frequencies. The system with integrated antenna measures only 1.83mm\u3csup\u3e2\u3c/sup\u3e in 65nm CMOS and weighs 1.6 mg. With the on-chip 30/65 GHz dual-frequency antenna and a 3-stage inductor-peaked rectifier, the node can be wirelessly charged to 1.2 V. The output frequency of the temperature-correlated transmitter varies from 78.92GHz to 78.98GHz, with a slope of 1.4 MHz/oC.\u3c/p\u3

Publisher: 'Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)'
Year: 2018
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