2018 - IEEE Fellow For contributions to millimeter wave transceivers
His primary areas of investigation include Electronic engineering, Electrical engineering, Antenna, Radar and Optics. His Electronic engineering research incorporates themes from Radar engineering details, Continuous-wave radar, Orthogonal frequency-division multiplexing, Signal and Multipath propagation. Thomas Zwick combines subjects such as Integrally closed, Extremely high frequency and Wireless with his study of Electrical engineering.
His studies deal with areas such as Direction of arrival, Communication channel, Mobile radio, Electrical impedance and Microwave as well as Antenna. His research integrates issues of Bandwidth and Signal processing in his study of Radar. The concepts of his Optics study are interwoven with issues in Antenna measurement, Vivaldi antenna, Ultra-wideband, Phased array and Beamforming.
Thomas Zwick mainly focuses on Electronic engineering, Antenna, Radar, Electrical engineering and Optics. The study incorporates disciplines such as MIMO, Communication channel and Orthogonal frequency-division multiplexing in addition to Electronic engineering. His Radar research includes themes of Acoustics and Signal.
Electrical engineering is closely attributed to Extremely high frequency in his research. His work in Monolithic microwave integrated circuit addresses issues such as Optoelectronics, which are connected to fields such as Coplanar waveguide. His research in Continuous-wave radar intersects with topics in Bistatic radar and Pulse-Doppler radar.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Electronic engineering, Optoelectronics, Radar, Antenna and Bandwidth. His Electronic engineering study combines topics in areas such as Wireless, MIMO, Automotive industry and Communications system. His work carried out in the field of Optoelectronics brings together such families of science as Microstrip, Amplifier, Monolithic microwave integrated circuit and Coplanar waveguide.
The Radar study combines topics in areas such as Baseband, Multiplexing, Printed circuit board and Orthogonal frequency-division multiplexing. Within one scientific family, Thomas Zwick focuses on topics pertaining to Optics under Antenna, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Characteristic mode analysis, Transmission coefficient and Ground plane. His study with Bandwidth involves better knowledge in Electrical engineering.
Thomas Zwick mainly investigates Electronic engineering, Optoelectronics, Radar, Bandwidth and MIMO. His studies in Electronic engineering integrate themes in fields like Phase, Encoding, Communication channel, Communications system and Beam steering. His Optoelectronics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Cascode, Amplifier, Monolithic microwave integrated circuit and Coplanar waveguide.
Thomas Zwick studies Continuous-wave radar, a branch of Radar. His Printed circuit board research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Baseband, Extremely high frequency and Antenna. In his study, Radar engineering details is strongly linked to Electrical engineering, which falls under the umbrella field of Photodiode.
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Wireless sub-THz communication system with high data rate
S. Koenig;D. Lopez-Diaz;J. Antes;J. Antes;F. Boes;F. Boes.
Nature Photonics (2013)
Millimeter-Wave Technology for Automotive Radar Sensors in the 77 GHz Frequency Band
J. Hasch;E. Topak;R. Schnabel;T. Zwick.
IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques (2012)
SiGe bipolar transceiver circuits operating at 60 GHz
B.A. Floyd;S.K. Reynolds;U.R. Pfeiffer;T. Zwick.
international solid state circuits conference (2005)
An OFDM System Concept for Joint Radar and Communications Operations
Christian Sturm;Thomas Zwick;Werner Wiesbeck.
vehicular technology conference (2009)
Compact, Dual-Polarized UWB-Antenna, Embedded in a Dielectric
G. Adamiuk;T. Zwick;W. Wiesbeck.
IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation (2010)
100 GHz silicon-organic hybrid modulator
Luca Alloatti;Robert Palmer;Sebastian Diebold;Kai Philipp Pahl.
Light-Science & Applications (2014)
The COST259 Directional Channel Model-Part I: Overview and Methodology
A.F. Molisch;H. Asplund;R. Heddergott;M. Steinbauer.
IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications (2006)
A stochastic multipath channel model including path directions for indoor environments
T. Zwick;C. Fischer;W. Wiesbeck.
IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications (2002)
Apparatus and methods for constructing antennas us
Gaucher Brian Paul;Liu Duixian;Pfeiffer Ullrich Richard Rudolf;Zwick Thomas Martin.
Wideband channel sounder with measurements and model for the 60 GHz indoor radio channel
T. Zwick;T.J. Beukema;Haewoon Nam.
IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology (2005)
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