Special Issue of Proceedings of the IEEE on Phased Array Technologies

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Special Issue of Proceedings of the IEEE on Phased Array Technologies

Modern phased array technology brings together diverse disciplines throughout the electrical engineering community, covering not only radio-frequency (RF)/microwave engineering, but also digital and mixed analog/digital VLSI design and fab, high-speed data networking, testing from direct current (dc) to microwave/mm-wave, semiconductor device physics and materials, power distribution, computer science, thermal management expertise, and several more disciplines. New digital approaches in array architectures reflect a dramatic departure from the traditional RF/microwave approaches, and present new challenges where RF-speed data conversions and even Terabit per second data flows must be carefully managed and exploited. As the use of phased arrays grows throughout both the military and commercial worlds, new opportunities will arise that will benefit from diverse engineering disciplines.

The special issue of Proceedings of the IEEE, March, 2016, provides to the reader an overview of where the area of phased array technology will head in the years to come. The papers are broadly divided into describing emerging core technologies for phased arrays, with the remainder describing how phased arrays will drive new applications covering a diversity of disciplines

Reference
Benjamin R. Epstein, Roy H. Olsson III, Ruth Rotman. Phased Array Technologies. Proceedings of The IEEE. March, 2016, pp.482-486

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