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Research at ISY, Electronic

Research in Electronic Devices

Research in the division of Electronic Devices is focused on future analog/digital/radio-frequency integrated circuits and chip design challenges in advanced semiconductor technologies. The division develops efficient circuit techniques for a wide range of applications which require cutting-edge high-speed and low-power operation. Examples of current research projects are: Flexible multi-band, multi-standard radio transceivers for future software-defined radio and radars, high-speed analog-to-digital converters for Gigabit Ethernet, ultra-low-power radio and data converters for medical implant devices such as pacemakers, un-cooled low-cost infrared network camera for continuous surveillance of critical infrastructures, high data rate on-chip and off-chip communication links. Historically, the division is recognized as one of the forerunners in design of high-speed and low-power CMOS circuits. The group has contributed with a number of solutions and techniques utilized in advanced commercial products such as microprocessors, internet routers, cameras, data converters, etc.


A chip fabricated in 130nm CMOS technology; a flexible radio sampling-receiver for WLAN, including one of the first reported inductor-less (smallest) wide-band low-noise amplifiers.

Last updated: 2015-02-02