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IEICE - Transactions on Electronics
Journal Prestige (SJR): 0.218
Citation Impact (citeScore): 1
Number of Followers: 12  
 
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ISSN (Print) 0916-8524 - ISSN (Online) 1745-1353
Published by Institute of Electronics, Information and Communications Engineers Homepage  [4 journals]
  • Design and Analysis of Si/CaF2 Near-Infrared (λ∼1.7µm)
           DFB Quantum Cascade Laser for Silicon Photonics

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      Abstract: Gensai TEI,Long LIU,Masahiro WATANABE, Vol.E106-C, No.5, pp.157-164
      We have designed a near-infrared wavelength Si/CaF2 DFB quantum cascade laser and investigated the possibility of single-mode laser oscillation by analysis of the propagation mode, gain, scattering time of Si quantum well, and threshold current density. As the waveguide and resonator, a slab-type waveguide structure with a Si/CaF2 active layer sandwiched by SiO2 on a Si (111) substrate and a grating structure in an n-Si conducting layer were assumed. From the results of optical propagation mode analysis, by assuming a λ/4-shifted bragg waveguide structure, it was found that the single vertical and horizontal TM mode propagation is possible at the designed wavelength of 1.70µm. In addition, a design of the active layer is proposed and its current injection capability is roughly estimated to be 25.1kA/cm2, which is larger than required threshold current density of 1.4kA/cm2 calculated by combining analysis results of the scattering time, population inversion, gain of quantum cascade lasers, and coupling theory of a Bragg waveguide. The results strongly indicate the possibility of single-mode laser oscillation.
      Publication Date: 2023/05/01
       
  • Efficiency Analysis for Inductive Power Transfer Using Segmented Parallel
           Line Feeder

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      Abstract: William-Fabrice BROU,Quang-Thang DUONG,Minoru OKADA, Vol.E106-C, No.5, pp.165-173
      Parallel line feeder (PLF) consisting of a two-wire transmission line operating in the MHz band has been proposed as a wide-coverage short-distance wireless charging. In the MHz band, a PLF of several meters suffers from standing wave effect, resulting in fluctuation in power transfer efficiency accordingly to the receiver's position. This paper studies a modified version of the system, where the PLF is divided into individually compensated segments to mitigate the standing wave effect. Modelling the PLF as a lossy transmission line, this paper theoretically shows that if the segments' lengths are properly determined, it is able to improve and stabilize the efficiency for all positions. Experimental results at 27.12 MHz confirm the theoretical analysis and show that a fairly high efficiency of 70% can be achieved.
      Publication Date: 2023/05/01
       
  • Experimental Characterization of Resonant Tunneling Chaos Generator
           Circuits in Microwave Frequency Range

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      Abstract: Umer FAROOQ,Masayuki MORI,Koichi MAEZAWA, Vol.E106-C, No.5, pp.174-183
      We achieved detailed characterization of resonant tunneling chaos generator circuits in microwave frequency range. The circuit is analogous to Duffing oscillator, where the third-order nonlinear potential term is emulated by the nonlinear current-voltage curve of the resonant tunneling diode. The circuit includes a periodic reset mechanism to output identical chaos signal, which is essential to observe chaos signal on a sampling oscilloscope. Though this was shown to be effective in our previous papers, the length of the waveforms to observe is limited to rather short period, and it was unclear if this technique can be used for detailed characterization of such high-frequency chaos. In this paper, we improved the circuit design to observe longer waveforms, and demonstrated that the detailed characterization is possible using this periodic resetting technique with a sampling oscilloscope. The hybrid integration scheme is also used in this paper, which allows the easiest and shortest way to mimic a circuit as per circuit design, and precise estimation of circuit parameters aiming to eliminate circuit-related abnormalities. We provide deep insight into the dynamics associated with our circuit, starting from the single period, double period, chaos, and triple period regimes, by extracting power spectra, return maps, phase portraits, and bifurcation diagrams from acquired time series using sampling oscilloscope. Our method to study microwave chaotic signals can be applied to much higher frequency ranges, such as THz frequency range.
      Publication Date: 2023/05/01
       
  • Optimization of Planar Subarray Structure Based on Random Search Method
           for Large Active Electronically Scanned Array Antenna

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      Abstract: Doo-Soo KIM,Il-Tak HAN,Tae-Wan KIM,Ho-Sang KWON,Kyung-Tae KIM, Vol.E106-C, No.5, pp.184-187
      In this paper, the planar subarray structure to be optimized by using random search method for large active array antenna is presented. Although MPSL of the optimized subarray structure is 1.09dB higher, G/T of the optimized subarray structure is 2.07dB higher than the reference subarray structure.
      Publication Date: 2023/05/01
       
  • Over Octave Hybrid Continuous Modes Power Amplifier Design Based on
           Modified Real Frequency Technique

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      Abstract: Guohua LIU,Huabang ZHONG,Zhong ZHAO,Zhiqun CHENG,Minghui YOU, Vol.E106-C, No.5, pp.188-192
      In this paper, a design method for an over octave hybrid continuous mode power amplifier (PA) based on modified real frequency technique (MRFT) is proposed. The extended continuous class-F/F-1 modes greatly expand the design space, which provides the possibility of over octave design, the optimal impedances at internal current-generator (I-Gen) plane and package plane are investigated. Then a novel broadband matching network based on MRFT is presented for impedance match. To verify the proposed methodology, an over octave PA with radial stub is fabricated and measured. The PA achieves a bandwidth of 133% from 0.8GHz to 4GHz, over this frequency range, the drain efficiency is 58.3-68.7% and large-signal gain is greater than 9.6dB.
      Publication Date: 2023/05/01
       
 
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