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Temperature dependent performance of Coplanar Waveguide (CPW) on substrates of various materials

Temperature dependent performance of Coplanar Waveguide (CPW) on substrates of various materials

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Published by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, National Technical Information Service, distributor in [Washington, DC], [Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Silicon.,
  • Diamonds.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementSusan R. Taub and Paul Young.
    SeriesNASA technical memorandum -- 106505., NASA technical memorandum -- 106505.
    ContributionsYoung, Paul., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14705399M

    We successfully designed and fabricated an absorption-type of superconducting coplanar waveguide (CPW) resonators. The resonators are made from a niobium film (about nm thick) on a high-resistance Si substrate, and each resonator is fabricated as a meandered quarter-wavelength transmission line (one end is short to the ground and another end is capacitively coupled to a through Cited by: 9. ing improves device performance remains unclear. Finite-element electromagnetic modeling of dielectric losses can be used to study these e ects, but it must be paired with highly controllable and reproducible fabrication pro-cesses to make quantitative comparisons between exper-iment and simulations. In this work, we present TiN coplanar waveguideCited by:

    A coplanar waveguide transmission line is shown in cross-section in the following figure. Its physical characteristics include the conductor width (w), the conductor thickness (t), the slot width (s), the substrate height (d), and the relative permittivity constant (ε).   For the Love of Physics - Walter Lewin - - Duration: Lectures by Walter Lewin. They will make you ♥ Physics. Recommended for you.

    In the recent development on biosensors, coplanar waveguide based microwave dielectric sensors have been attracting more and more attentions. In this paper, microwave performance of a suspended coplanar waveguide subject to temperature variations, particularly in a small range, is studied. The prototype is realized through a MEMS fabrication : Lijie Li, Zhuming Liu. This paper presents the analysis and design of an open stub-based two-port discontinuity in a coplanar waveguide. The discontinuity has a good bandpass response and the required design characteristics were achieved by using the method of moments (MOM) and the finite integration technique (FIT). The analysis is found to be computationally efficient which makes the discontinuity suitable for use Cited by: 2.


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Temperature dependent performance of Coplanar Waveguide (CPW) on substrates of various materials Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Temperature dependent performance of Coplanar Waveguide (CPW) on substrates of various materials. [Susan R Taub; Paul Young; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.]. frequency noise of superconducting niobium thin-film coplanar waveguide resonators carried out at temperatures well below the superconducting transition T c= K.

The noise decreases by nearly two orders of magnitude as the temperature is increased from to mK, while the variation. Temperature Dependent Performance of Coplanar Waveguide (CPW) on Substrates of Various Materials 6.

AUTHOR(S) Susan R. Taub and Paul Young 7. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION NAME(S) AND ADDRESS(ES) National Aeronautics and Space Administration Lewis Research Center Cleveland, Ohio 9. SPONSORING/IMONITORING AGENCY NAME(S) AND ADDRESS(ES).

Temperature and Bias Dependent Performance of Coplanar Waveguide on High Resistivity Silicon Substrate with Passivation Workshop of the Thematic Network on Silicon on Insulator technology, devices and circuits – EuroSOI’08 (Cork, Ireland, du 23/01/ au 25/01/).Author: Cesar Roda Neve, Dimitri Lederer, Jean-Pierre Raskin.

Temperature Dependent Performance of Coplanar Waveguide (CPW) on Substrates of Various Materials. (CPW) transmission lines on high-resistivity silicon and diamond substrates as a function of both temperature and frequency are presented.

The technique used to obtain the values for a and E(sub eff) involves the use of a unique cryogenic Author: Susan R. Taub and Paul Young. Temperature and Bias Dependent Performance of Coplanar Waveguide on High Resistivity Silicon Substrate with Passivation Layer.

By Cesar Roda Neve, Dimitri Lederer, Jean-Pierre Raskin and devices and circuits – EuroSOI’08 Fourth Workshop of the Thematic Network on Silicon on Insulator technology. Experimental tests were performed within the 23 °C–80 °C temperature range.

The sensor exhibits a sensitivity of MHz/°C which is significantly better than the results obtained with other sensing approaches and technologies in the literature.

The overall phase shift is °, leading to a sensitivity of °/° by: 1. It is shown that the effective permittivity of the transmission lines and, therefore, the relative dielectric constant of the two substrates increase linearly with temperature.

The attenuation of the coplanar waveguide varies linearly with temperature through ˚ C, and increases at a greater rate above ˚ Size: KB. In this paper, microwave performance of a suspended coplanar waveguide subject to temperature variations, particularly in a small range, is studied.

RF performance RF performance of the elevated coplanar waveguide is obtained using the transmission line model. Equivalent circuit model in [15] for coplanar waveguide is modified so as to obtain the RF performance of ECPW.

The presence of inserted dielectric (hb) contributes an amount of capacitance which is present in the proposed. We present measurements of the temperature and power dependence of the resonance frequency and frequency noise of superconducting niobium thin-film coplanar waveguide resonators carried out at temperatures well below the superconducting transition (T c = K).The noise decreases by nearly two orders of magnitude as the temperature is increased from to mK, while the Cited by: Audio Books & Poetry Community Audio Computers, Technology and Science Music, Arts & Culture News & Public Affairs Non-English Audio Spirituality & Religion Librivox Free Audiobook Teanna Rollins Dj Chris Padilla's Podcast Gabriel Brito Café Na Dieta Emagrecimento Saudável Mythical Magpie Bangnat's Podcast Nth Wave.

Effect of room temperature substrate resistivity on temperature-dependent coplanar waveguide (CPW) line loss at various operating frequency bands is then presented.

CPW lines for GaN-on-high-resistivity Si are shown to have a pronounced temperature dependence for temperatures above °C and have lower substrate losses for frequencies above the by: 2. High-frequency circuit designers must often consider the performance limits, physical dimensions, and even the power levels of a particular design when deciding upon an optimum printed-circuit-board (PCB) material for that design.

But the choice of transmission-line technology, such as microstrip or grounded coplanar waveguide (GCPW) circuitry, can also influence the final performance. REVIEW OF SCIENTIFIC INSTRUME () Superconducting coplanar waveguide resonators for low temperature pulsed electron spin resonance spectroscopy H.

Malissa,1,a) D. Schuster,2 A. Tyryshkin,1 A. Houck,1 and S. Lyon1 1Department of Electrical Engineering, Princeton University, Olden Street, Princeton, New JerseyUSAFile Size: KB.

Abstract: This paper presents a thermo-tunable metal-insulator-vanadium dioxide (MIV) coplanar waveguide structure (CPW). An analytical quasi-TEM model is used to thoroughly study the structural and material-dependent characteristic parameters of the device, while the temperature-dependent broadband permittivity and conductivity of the deposited vanadium dioxide (VO2) thin film at Cited by: 7.

Superconducting coplanar waveguide (SCPW) resonators have a wide range of applications due to the combination of their planar geometry and high quality factors relative to normal metals.

However, their performance is sensitive to both the details of their geometry and the materials and processes that are used in their fabrication. In this paper, we study the dependence of SCPW resonator Cited by: Room temperature deposition of sputtered TiN films for superconducting coplanar waveguide resonators S Ohya1,4, B Chiaro2, A Megrant2,3, C Neill2, R Barends2, Y Chen2, J Kelly2, D Low2, J Mutus2, P J J O’Malley2, P Roushan2, D Sank2, A Vainsencher2, J Wenner2, T File Size: 1MB.

Effect of room temperature substrate resistivity on temperature-dependent coplanar waveguide (CPW) line loss at various operating frequency bands is then presented.

The performance. This chapter presents transitions between coplanar waveguide (CPW) and other microwave transmission media, such as microstrip, slotline, coplanar stripline (CPS), balanced stripline, and rectangular waveguide. The geometry and the measured performance characteristics of a transition are summarized wherever possible.

Effect of temperature on advanced Si-based substrates performance for RF passive integration. Temperature control is provided by a Temptronics thermal inducing 8-in chuck tool. D. Ledrer, J.-P.

Raskin, Temperature and bias dependent performance of coplanar waveguide on high resistivity silicon substrate with passivation layer, in: Proc Cited by:   CPW (Coplanar Waveguide) Planner by iCD - Duration: NineDotConnects 9, views. Kudo Learn Colors with Feet Painting and Cars Toys Kudo Toys Family 1, watching.It is known that high temperature will have some effects on the performance of the coplanar waveguides, as the series resistance of the signal line varies due to temperature variations.

Many previous theoretical and experimental studies described temperature-dependence of the traditional coplanar waveguides [ 10 – 12 ].Author: Lijie Li, Zhuming Liu.