RFIC is an abbreviation for Radio Frequency Integrated Circuit. The frequency range of Radio Frequency (RF) is debatable, but normally falls between 300 MHz to 30 GHz. In the electronics industry, RFIC is a generic term used for integrated circuits designed for wireless communication.
There is considerable interest in RFIC research due to the cost benefit of shifting as much of the wireless transceiver as possible to a single technology, which in turn would allow for a system on chip solution as opposed to the more common system on package. This interest is bolstered by the pervasiveness of wireless capabilities in electronics. Current research focuses on integrating the RF power amplifier (PA) with CMOS technology.
RFIC Related Research Conferences
RFIC can also be used to refer to the RFIC Symposium, an annual research conference held as part of Microwave Week, which is headlined by the International Microwave Symposium. Other peer-reviewed research conferences are listed in the table below.
|RFIC Related Research Conferences||Websites for Conferences|
|International Microwave Symposium||ims2015.org|
|Radio Wireless Week||radiowirelessweek.org|
|Bipolar / BiCMOS Circuits and Technology Meeting||ieee-bctm.org|
|International Symposium on Circuits and Systems||iscas2014.org|
Publications Featuring RFIC Research
IEEE Journal of Solid State Circuits
IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques
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