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RF microwave and antenna design

Location:
Binghamton, NY
Posted:
March 30, 2018

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PAUL YILIN SUNG

*** ********* **. ***. *, Binghamton, NY, 13905

717-***-**** ac4zbu@r.postjobfree.com

OBJECTIVE

I am seeking an RF microwave circuit position, especially in transparent and/or non-transparent beamforming antenna designs for 5G applications, in your company that embraces creativity and innovation. EDUCATION

Binghamton University, State University of New York, Watson School Engineering Ph.D. candidate in Electrical and Computer Engineering, GPA: 3:83=4:00 Expected May 2018 Dissertation title: Wearable, lightweight, and transparent microwave circuits and antennas on

exible substrates Dissertation advisors: Dr. David J. Klotzkin, Dr. Charles R. Westgate The Pennsylvania State University, School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Master of Science in Electrical Engineering, GPA: 3:6=4:00 May 2013 National Sun Yat-sen University, Institute of Communications Engineering Master of Science in Electrical Engineering January 2010 Tamkang University, Department of Electrical Engineering Bachelor of Electrical Engineering January 2005

TECHNICAL SKILLS

Skills RF microwave circuits design, fabrication, and measurements, including antenna design for 5G, WiFi, Bluetooth, and 4G LTE, wireless communications engineering Design Software ANSYS HFSS, CST Microwave Studio, AWR Microwave O ce, MATLAB Testing equipment RF microwave probes, RF microwave VNA, scanning electron microscope (SEM), Horiba Ellipsometry, UV/VIS/NIR spectrophotometer, pro lometer PROJECTS

Transparent antennas for 5G applications based on copper grid patterns aligned with the display pixel pitch on the

exible glass

Binghamton University CAMM, sponsored by Corning Inc., NY. (S.C. Pollard, M.H. Huang, S.M. Garner, and C.B. Daly), 2018 - Present

Currently designing 5G antennas and antenna arrays based on copper grid patterns aligned with electronic displays’ pixel pitch on a 100 m Willow R Glass to achieve high transparency in the visible wavelengths. The copper grid antenna is designed and fabricated on one side of the substrate. The linewidth of the grid can be adjusted accordingly to meet the pixel pitch dimensions of the display resolution. The transparent grid antenna array can be fed with a single source with power divider circuits or can be individually fed to achieve multi-input and multi-output (MIMO) systems. The MIMO antenna arrays radiation pattern is omnidirectional with greater than 65% radiation e ciency. MEMS true time delays can be incorporated into the feed structure to steer beams in a speci c direction. The anti-re

ective coatings design is also integrated with the transparent grid antenna to minimize re

ections of electronic displays.

End- re beam steering Vivaldi antenna array for 5G applications on

exible glass and ceramic substrates

Binghamton University CAMM, sponsored by Corning Inc., NY. (S.C. Pollard, M.H. Huang, S.M. Garner, and C.B. Daly), 2018 - Present

Currently designing a high gain directional antenna array on Willow R Glass and

exible ceramic substrates for 5G wireless systems.

Transparent antennas for wireless systems based on patterned indium tin oxide and

exible glass Binghamton University CAMM, sponsored by Corning Inc., NY. (S.C. Pollard, M.H. Huang, S.M. Garner, and C.B. Daly), 2015 - present

Designed 2:4 GHz and 5:8 GHz antennas with indium tin oxide on a 100 m Willow R Glass. Radiation e ciencies were achieved 75% for 5:8 GHz antennas and 60% for 2:4 GHz antennas. The average transparency of the antenna was 81% in the visible wavelength range. The ITO antennas’ transmission range is up to 500 feet. Microwave circuits modeling and measurement of wearable antenna design Binghamton University CAMM, sponsored by General Electric, NY. 2016 - Present

Tested microwave circuits on a 2 mil thick Kapton R substrate with 150 m pitch Picoprobes, and modeled the circuits with ANSYS HFSS and CST Microwave Studio. Designed a 2:4 GHz medical use, wearable inverted F antenna with an aerosol jet printed silver on a 2 mil thick Kapton R . Anti-re

ective coatings on

exible substrates

Binghamton University CAMM, sponsored by Corning Inc., NY. (S.C. Pollard, M.H. Huang, S.M. Garner, and C.B. Daly), 2015 - 2018

Developed a stack of thin anti-re

ective coating layers on both side of a 100 m Willow R Glass. The design minimizes the re

ectivity for angles of incidence from 0 to 60 degrees. The re

ectivity is 0:28% and transparency is 97% at 0 degrees angles of incidence at 550 nm. The re

ectivity is 7:8% and transparency is 90% at 60 degrees angles of incidence at 550 nm. The proposed anti-re

ective coatings design is aimed at integrating low re

ectivity and high transparency techniques into the transparent antenna design. PUBLICATIONS

Y.L. Sung, R.E. Malay, X. Wen, C.N. Bezama, V.V. Soman, M.H. Huang, S.M. Garner, M.D. Poliks, and D.J. Klotzkin, "Anti-re

ective coating with conductive indium tin oxide layer on

exible glass substrates," Applied Optics, vol. 57, no. 9 (pp. 2202-2207), 2018.

M.D. Poliks, Y.L. Sung, J.P. Lombardi, R.E. Malay, J.M. Dederick, C.R. Westgate, M.H. Huang, S.M. Garner, S.C. Pollard, and C.B. Daly, "Transparent antennas for wireless systems based on patterned indium tin oxide and

exible glass," Electronic Components and Technology Conference (ECTC), Orlando, FL (pp. 1443-1448), Aug., 2017.

Y.L. Sung, A. Morales, and S. Agili, "Outage probability of network-coding- based cooperative communi- cation system," International Conference on Consumer Electronics (ICCE), Las Vegas, NV (pp. 620-622), Mar., 2013.

H.H. Chen, Y.L. Sung, A. Morales, and S. Agili, "Cooperative communication with network coding," IEEE 16th International Symposium on Consumer Electronics (ISCE), Harrisburg, PA (pp. 1-3), July, 2012.

Preparing an ITO antenna paper to IEEE transaction on antennas and propagation publication. TEACHING/HONORS/AWARDS

Outstanding Doctoral Teaching Assistant: Mathematical Methods and Electric Circuits 2013-2015 Outstanding Teaching Assistant: Engineering Mathematics 2011-2012 O ering lectures in microwave circuits and antenna design, EECE 680B-01 2018



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