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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.
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Most projects are based around our bio-medical SoC called ''VivoSoC''. It consists of specialised analogue front-ends (e.g. for ExG or neural signal acquisition, PPG based measurements, neural stimulation etc.) as well as powerful, PULP-based processor cores. Applications are in the field of optogenetics stimulation, ExG recordings (wearable and implantable), in-vivo and in-vitro experiments, neuroprosthetics etc.
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Latest revision as of 11:02, 5 December 2018


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:

Analog IC Design

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.

Biomedical System on Chips

Most projects are based around our bio-medical SoC called VivoSoC. It consists of specialised analogue front-ends (e.g. for ExG or neural signal acquisition, PPG based measurements, neural stimulation etc.) as well as powerful, PULP-based processor cores. Applications are in the field of optogenetics stimulation, ExG recordings (wearable and implantable), in-vivo and in-vitro experiments, neuroprosthetics etc.

RF SoCs for the Internet of Things

High-Performance & V2X Cellular Communications

Available Projects

Analog IC Design

TimesADPLL: A power efficient wide loop bandwidth fractional-N all digital PLL


Biomedical System on Chips

VivoSoC 3: A Multi-Sensor and Parallel Processing SoC for Miniaturised Medical Instrumentation


RF SoCs for the Internet of Things

Iot soc.png


High-Performance & V2X Cellular Communications

© Continental AG