|Laboratory for Millimeter
Devices and Applications
|A single layer Ball
Grid Array dual polarized patch antenna with two downconverter ICs
mounted in the radiating patch with an LO driver and decoupling
Sanchez, M. A. Mandeville, and R. W. Jackson, “Compact, Low Cost, Surface Mount, Active Antenna,“ IEEE Trans. Antennas and Propagation Letters, Vol. 9, pp.1255-1259, December 2010.
|A prototype 4X4 dual
polarized array with BGA active patch antennas and LO fed by radiating
between the top two layers of the PCB.
Sanchez, M. and R. W. Jackson, “Low Cost Electronically Scanned Arrays Based on Surface Mount Active Antennas,” International Microwave Symposium ,pp 684-688. June 2010.
|Other Projects on
|A multilayer 10 GHz
active Ball Grid Array (BGA) patch antenna with transceiver electronics
mounted beneath the patch inside the BGA. Enclosed electronics
includes PA, LNA, mixer, LO
driver, TR switch and polarization switch.
Khandelwal, N. and R. W. Jackson, “Active Antenna Module for Low Cost Electronically Scanned Phased Arrays, “ IEEE Trans. Microwave Theory and Techniques, Vol. 55, No 10, , October 2008.
antenna for use in a linear array 6 - 12 GHz. Antenna is surface
mountable on its edge using circuit board castellations.
Mandeville, A. and R. W. Jackson, “Surface Mount End-Fire Antenna Package,” Electronics Letters, Vol. 45, No. 7, pp. 340-342, 2009.
|A 35 GHz 1X4 array of
cavity backed patch antennas with a GaAs pHEMT LNA/mixer mounted in
cavities in a silicon substrate and coated with BCB that is used to
support interconnect and radiators.
Carrillo, R. and R. W. Jackson, “A Highly Integrated Millimeterwave Active Antenna Array Using BCB and Silicon Substrate,” IEEE Trans. Microwave Theory and Techniques, Vol. 53, No. 6, pp. 1648-1653, June 2004.
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