Millimeter-Wave Electronics Group
Queen's University at Kingston

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The Millimeter-Wave Electronics Group has measurement capabilities from the device/chip-level to the antenna and system levels. Test infrastructure includes vector network analyzers, spectrum analyzers, digital sampling oscilloscopes and more.  The antenna anechoic chamber is equipped to carry out measurements to 40 GHz. We use state-of-the-art computer-aided design tools for simulation of circuits (ADS, Cadence, Mentor Graphics) and electromagnetic structures (Ansys HFSS).  CMOS, silicon  germanium BiCMOS and gallium nitride HFET integrated circuits are fabricated at various foundries around the world through multi-project wafer (MPW) runs. Planar antennas and passive circuits are fabricated in-house using an LPKF numerically-controlled PCB milling machine and waveguide antennas are fabricated at the McLaughlin machine shop at Queen's.

Antenna Testing Service

We offer antenna measurement services to third-parties on a contract basis.  Please direct inquiries about our chamber's measurement capabilities and availability to

Research Funding

Major funding support for our Group's research activities and laboratory infrastructure has come from the following organizations:
  • The Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC)
  • Department of National Defense (DND)
  • Queen's Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science Dean's Research Fund
  • Canada Foundation for Innovation (CFI)
  • Ontario Centres of Excellence (OCE)
  • CMC Microsystems (IC fabrication grants and related services)
  • Government of Canada (Graduate and Postdoctoral Scholarships)
  • Ontario Ministry of Training (Graduate Scholarships)
  • Industrial collaborators