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CMOS Analog High-Frequency Circuits for Emerging Applications

J. C. Rudell and V. Bhagavatula
University of Washington
Seattle, WA, USA


This presentation will highlight the research currently taking place at the University of Washington, in the FAST lab. Our work explores both circuit and architectural techniques to realize high-speed and low-power electronics in standard CMOS technologies. Specifically, we are focusing on mm-wave transceivers capable of down converting a very wideband signal (in excess of 30GHz). In addition, we are developing novel single-chip silicon transceiver systems for long-range sensor communication. There are other mixed-signal analog projects which are also being explored in our group including radio coexistence and biomedical electronics for neural stimulation; these will also be discussed.





This workshop is receiving technical co-sponsorship support from the IEEE Electron Devices Society.

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