Analog and Mixed Signal Design Group
The Analog and Mixed Signal Design Group is specialized in designing mixed signal integrated circuits and systems. The group divides into following research fields:
The focus of Analog IC Design projects is on designing analog circuits, simulations and layout. The applications cover a wide range: from high-speed transceivers to power management circuits, PLL design and bio-medical front-ends to name a few.
We design digital signal processing accelerators for highly integrated RF SoCs in the field of wireless communication. Our current platform with a multi-core processor system and a great RF transceiver allows us to research upcoming wireless transmission standards. One of our current focus areas is 5G cellular communication for the Internet of Things, where we offer many interesting projects for students.
- High-Speed Digital-to-Analog Converter (DAC) for massive MIMO testing in 65nm CMOS
- High-Speed SAR ADC for next generation wireless communication in 12nm FinFET
- Analog building blocks for mmWave manipulation
- A mmWave Voltage-Controlled-Oscillator (VCO) for beyond 5G applications
- Bluetooth Low Energy network with optimized data throughput
- 5G Cellular RF Front-end Design in 22nm CMOS Technology
- Design of Charge-Pump PLL in 22nm for 5G communication applications