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No machined metal parts are required, making it light and mass producible, but still retaining efficient heat extraction. Chips are first attached and wirebonded to a PCB. Next, a metalized plastic lid equipped with a climate-control feature is laminated over the chips for protection. For RF input and output connections up to 100 GHz the lid provides either built-in antennas or waveguide transitions. The Multilithic Microsystems™ (MLMS™) technology uses flip-chip and electromagnetic coupling methods to minimize expensive semiconductor real estate while eliminating lengthy interconnects and their related variability [41–43].
The international technology roadmap for semiconductors (ITRS), for instance, defines packaging and assembly as: ‘the final manufacturing process transforming semiconductor devices into functional products for the end user’ . Packaging, therefore, has been around since the early days of electronic products and has become one of the most critical cost and performance factors in today’s electronic industry. Packaging technologies are changing rapidly to adopt to emerging markets, innovation and technology, where many new acronyms and abbreviations are being created.
A candidate fully integrated mmWave silicon-based transceiver is presented with each block detailed and its performance summarized. Then a discussion of alternative methods ensues based upon direct antenna modulation for higher efficiency and security. It is presented in the context of a 60 GHz system with experimental results. 35 and 18 GHz along with experimental results. Chapter 15 extends the application space of mmWave to imaging, which among many other applications, expands our vision by letting us ‘see’ things under poor visibility conditions.