Engineers Generate World-Record mm-wa...

Engineers Generate World-Record mm-wave Output Power From Nanoscale CMOS

There are 1 comment on the RF Globalnet story from May 10, 2013, titled Engineers Generate World-Record mm-wave Output Power From Nanoscale CMOS. In it, RF Globalnet reports that:

Harish Krishnaswamy, assistant professor of electrical engineering at Columbia Engineering, has generated a record amount of power output - by a power of five - using silicon-based nanoscale CMOS technology for millimeter-wave power amplifiers.

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gopi

Erode, India

#1 May 14, 2013
i want to view picture of this.then how this idea generated.

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