Self-tuning power amplifier in advanced CMOS technology for automotive radar
Integrated circuits, Process variations, Calibration, Intrusive, Millimeter waves, Non intrusive
Sensors internal and external to the circuit will be implemented, in order not to degrade the nominal performance of the circuit. The thesis will build on the work initiated at the RFIC-LAB.
The other aspect of the research of the optimal performance of a power amplifier for radar, is its integration in a box satisfying the reliability requirements of the automotive application. This design work will be accomplished by the implementation of prototypes in two iterations.
Thesis director: Sylvain BOURDEL
Thesis co-director: Emmanuel PISTONO
Thesis supervisors: Manuel BARRAGAN - Salvador MIR
Thesis started on: September 2021
Doctoral school: EEATS