Special Issue "Advanced CMOS Integrated Circuit Design and Application"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 10 March 2021.
Interests: RF/millimeter-wave transceiver front-end IC design for radar systems; terahertz-wave integrated circuits and systems; MMIC design; miniaturized radar sensors; CW/FSK/FMCW radar sensors; remote vital sign detection; HRV analysis using radar sensors
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Interests: microwave systems; millimeter-wave/THz systems; detectors
The recent development of various application systems and platforms, such as 5G, B5G, 6G, and IoT, is based on the advancement of CMOS integrated circuit technology that enables them to implement high-performance chipsets. In addition to development in the traditional fields of analog and digital integrated circuits, the development of CMOS IC design and application in high-power and high-frequency applications, which had been thought to be possible only with compound semiconductor technology, is a core technology that drives rapid industrial development.
This Special Issue aims to highlight advances in all aspects of CMOS integrated circuit design and applications regardless of operating frequencies, output powers, and analog/digital domain. Up-to-date reviews and original works are both accepted in this issue. Topics include but are not limited to:
- Next-generation CMOS circuit design and application;
- CMOS RF/microwave/millimeter-wave/terahertz-wave integrated circuits and systems;
- All kinds of circuits, systems, and applications based on CMOS technology: Analog IC, digital IC, power management IC, driver IC, readout IC, high-powered IC;
- CMOS integrated circuits specially used for wireless or wired systems and applications such as converters, controllers, sensors, interfaces, frequency synthesizers/generators, rectennas, rectifiers, and so on;
- CMOS design methodology using any up-to-date EDA tools;
- Design process to achieve the high-performance CMOS circuits and systems;
- Algorithms and signal processing methods to improve the performances of CMOS circuits and systems.
Prof. Dr. Jong-Ryul Yang
Prof. Dr. Seong-Tae Han
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- integrated circuits and systems
- high-powered IC
- high-frequency IC
- millimeter-wave integrated circuits
- terahertz-wave integrated circuits
- analog circuits
- digital circuits
- solid-state integrated circuits
- power management integrated circuits
- sensor IC
- interface IC
- readout circuits and systems
- frequency synthesizers/generators
- CMOS design process and methodology