Our faculty and students are involved in research in the areas of analog, mixed signal, and RF design, analysis and simulation of noise in circuits, VLSI DSP architectures, and reconfigurable computing. Click on the tabs above to find out more about us and our research.
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The paper Optimum Scaling of Stages in a Frequency Divider Chain for Best Jitter FoM by Sumit Kumar and Nagendra Krishnapura will be presented at the 2017 International Symposium on circuits and Systems to be held in Baltimore, USA in May 2017.
The paper On Linear Periodically Time Varying (LPTV) Systems with Modulated Inputs, and Their Application to Smoothing Filters by Shanthi Pavan will be presented at the 2017 International Symposium on circuits and Systems to be held in Baltimore, USA in May 2017.
Understanding Delta-Sigma Data Converters Second Edition
Shanthi Pavan, Richard Schreier and Gabor Temes
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The paper A 500Mb/s, 200pJ/bit die-to-die bidirectional link with 24kV surge isolation and 50kV/s CMR using resonant inductive coupling in 180nm CMOS by Subhashish Mukherjee, Anoop Narayan Bhat, Kumar Anurag Shrivastava, Madhulatha Bonu, Benjamin Sutton, Jhankar Malakar, and Nagendra Krishnapura will be presented at the 2017 International Solid-State Circuits Conference to be held in San Francisco, USA in Feb. 2017.
The paper A Low Power Multi-Channel Input Delta-Sigma ADC Without Reset by Ashwin Kumar R. S., Debasish Behera, and Nagendra Krishnapura was presented at the 2017 VLSI Design Conference held in Hyderabad in Jan. 2017.