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학술지 GaN MIS-HEMT PA MMICs for 5G Mobile Devices
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저자
김성일, 안호균, 임종원, 이기준
발행일
201901
출처
Journal of the Korean Physical Society, v.74 no.2, pp.196-200
ISSN
0374-4884
출판사
한국물리학회 (KPS)
DOI
https://dx.doi.org/10.3938/jkps.74.196
협약과제
18ZB1700, GaN Nanowire 구조 기반 NO2 가스 센서 소자 개발, 안호균
초록
As the data transfer rates in various mobile systems increase, the needs for 5G wireless communication systems have also been correspondingly increased. For the enhancement of data transfer rates, 28 GHz, one of the high frequency bands proposed by Korea for global standards, was chosen for 5G systems. While GaN-based high-electron-mobility transistors (HEMTs) are very promising candidates for 5G network applications due to their usage in high output power amplifiers, typical GaN HEMTs only operate in a normally-on state. However, for successful operations of mobile handsets of 5G systems, a normally-off device operating under positive gate bias is required, which provides advantages of decreased circuit complexity and system cost, as well as potential for use in the domain of digital circuits. For positive gate bias operation, metal-insulator-semiconductor (MIS)-HEMT devices were fabricated by using the ETRI GaN MIS-HEMT process. We designed and fabricated MIS-HEMTs and characterized their performances. In addition to the adaptation of a gate recess technique, we employed an Al2O3 gate insulator to shift the threshold voltage in GaN MIS-HEMTs. The power amplifier (PA) monolithic microwave integrated circuit (MMIC) was designed and operated under a positive gate bias for 5G mobile handsets and exhibited a maximum output power of 29.5 dBm, a power gain of 11 dB, and a power added efficiency (PAE) of 11% at frequencies of 26 and 28 GHz.
키워드
5G, e-mode, GaN, Ka-band, MIS-HEMT, Mobile handsets, Power amplifiers
KSP 제안 키워드
28 GHz, 5G Network, 5G mobile, 5G system, 5G wireless communication, Circuit complexity, Data transfer, E-mode, GaN HEMT, GaN MIS-HEMT, GaN-Based