O, Kenneth K.
Kenneth K. O is Professor of Electrical Engineering and holder of the Texas Instruments Distinguished Chair. He also serves as Director of the Texas Analog Center of Excellence, which is funded by the Semiconductor Research Corporation, The State of Texas, Texas Instruments, The UT System and UT Dallas. His research interests include:
- Electronic Circuits
- RF and Microwave Circuits
- Solid-State Devices and Micro Systems Fabrication
- RF Integrated Circuits
- Devices and Technology
- Silicon Integrated Devices and Circuits Operating up to 60 THz
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Design and Demonstration of Antenna-Coupled Schottky Diodes in a Foundry Complementary Metal-Oxide Semiconductor Technology for Electronic Detection of Far-Infrared Radiation (American Institute of Physics Inc., 2019-05-16)Electronic detection of far-infrared (FIR) radiation up to 9.74 THz is reported in a foundry complementary metal-oxide semiconductor (CMOS) technology. The detectors were fabricated with Schottky-barrier diodes (SBDs) ...
A wideband (265-300 GHz) and high impedance root-mean-square (RMS) detector for on-chip voltage measurements is demonstrated in a 45-nm bulk CMOS process. The detector responsivity is ~70V/W at 10-nA bias. Adding the ...