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2007 IEEE International Workshop on Radio-Frequency Integration Technology
Well into the latter half of the 1990s, few experts believed that CMOS would ever become a credible RF technology. A scant decade later, CMOS dominates in many RF applications below 10GHz. Recent developments show credible performance at millimeter-wave frequencies, and continued scaling promises near-THz operation within a decade. This paper tracks key milestones in the evolution of RF CMOS to identify broad themes that permit plausible speculation about possible futures. Index Terms -RF CMOS,doi:10.1109/rfit.2007.4443905 fatcat:swlihdv6ufbl5lawmqqkuw5woe