Past RFIC Symposia

This page includes links to past RFIC content, including published papers and program books.

RFIC Digest of Papers (on IEEE Xplore)

For the most recent technical papers, click on Technical Program (left menu).


RFIC 2017 Web Content

2017 RFIC Program Book

Plenary Talk Slides
  Seizo Onoe (pdf) | Gabriel Rebeiz (pdf)


RFIC 2016 Web Content

2016 RFIC Program Book

Industry Showcase 2016 | Student Paper Finalists 2016


RFIC 2015 Web Content

2015 RFIC Program Book

Official Photos: Plenary Session | Plenary Reception | All IMS2015 Galleries


Bell Labs wins the Industry Best Paper Award for their paper “16-Element W-Band Phased Array Transceiver Chipset” and showcases the system in an elaborate setup involving extensive equipment

Shahriar Shahramian and a team from Bell Labs, the industrial research arm of Alcatel-Lucent, won the conference’s first Industry Best Paper Award and showcased the world’s first package-less, fully integrated W-Band phased array chipset for multi-gigabit wireless communication systems. With up to 10GHz of instantaneous bandwidth and EIRP >34dBm at 90GHz, this chipset is capable of establishing >5Gb/s wireless links using spectrally-efficient modulation at a distance of tens of meters. Each chipset is equipped with 4x4 transmit (or receive) phased array elements, 2x2 back-channel elements, I/Q modulators and PLL.  The SiGe BiCMOS ICs are directly flip-chipped onto an organic PCB with dual-polarization integrated antenna arrays alongside voltage regulators, microcontrollers and connectors, without the use of any interposer, package or hybrid substrate. This approach provides an exceptionally low-cost solution for deploying W-Band mesh or point-point wireless networks.




2015 RFIC Student Paper Awards:


1st place
“A 60GHz Same-Channel Full-Duplex CMOS Transceiver and Link Based on Reconfigurable Polarization-Based Antenna Cancellation” 
Tolga Dinc and Prof. Harish Krishnaswamy
Columbia University, USA




2nd place
“A Switched-Capacitor RF Front End with Embedded Programmable High Order Filtering and a+15 dBm OB-B1dB” 
Yang Xu and Prof. Peter R. Kinget
Columbia University, USA




3rd place
“A Class-C Self-Mixing-VCO Architecture with High Tuning-Range and Low Phase-Noise for mm-Wave Applications” 
Amir Hossein, Masnadi Shirazi and Prof. Sudip Shekar
University of British Columbia, Canada



RFIC 2014 Web Content

2014 RFIC Program Book