Frank van Vliet
I work in Microwaves. I do so as long as I can remember, and I hope to do so for many years to come. With a passion for Radio since my childhood, my professional career has focused entirely on Phased-Array systems, and in particular on pushing the technologies that make them work, enlarging and envisioning phased-array capabilities in view of future operational demands.
Microwave integration (University of Twente).
My research area at the university is Microwave Technology, with a focus on integration, which typically involves non-CMOS technologies. Application areas include Phased Array Antennas for radar and communication systems, wireless point-to-point and point-to-multi-point systems, short range radio and fixed communication infrastructure. Depending on the application, interfacing to wireless, optical or digital domains is relevant.
- “Design procedure for integrated microwave GaAs stacked-FET high-power amplifiers”, G. van der Bent, A.P. de Hek, F.E. van Vliet, IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques 67 (9), 3716-3731, 2019
- “Analysis of the signal transfer and folding in N-path filters with a series inductance”, L. Duipmans, R.E. Struiksma, E.A.M. Klumperink, B. Nauta, F.E. van Vliet, IEEE transactions on circuits and systems I: regular papers 62 (1), 263-272, 2014
- “A 0.2-to-2.0 GHz 65nm CMOS receiver without LNA achieving≫ 11dBm IIP3 and≪ 6.5 dB NF”, M.C.M. Soer, E.A.M. Klumperink, Z. Ru, F.E. van Vliet, B. Nauta, IEEE ISSCC 2009
- “Fully-integrated core chip for X-band phased array T/R modules”, F.E. van Vliet, A. de Boer, IEEE MTT-S International Microwave Symposium, 2004