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Wang, J. (author)
DC-DC converters are critical building blocks in energy harvesting systems which are applied to provide the energy for the implantable biomedical devices. They are required to meet very strict specifications and consume as less power as possible. Therefore, their power conversion efficiency and stability of the functionality in the varying...
master thesis 2014
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Jimenez Soto, H.S. (author)
Methods to stimulate living neurons in electrophysiological experiments involve the use of nerve stimulators that output deterministic patterns fixed at a certain frequency. Thus, they are unable to generate realistic sequences of action potentials to stimulate living neurons. By emulating firing patterns of excitable cells we are able to give...
master thesis 2013
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Boelhouwer, W. (author), Jacobs, S. (author)
Het splitsen van een opname van een mix van verschillende geluidsbronnen in afzonderlijke stromen is een grote uitdaging. Het doel van deze thesis is om een beeld te geven van twee uit andere velden bekende strategie├źn toegepast op geluid. Van deze strategie├źn worden de werking, de randvoorwaarden en de resultaten beschreven.
bachelor thesis 2010
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Wang, S. (author)
A pipelined ADC core consumes 28mW with 60.3dB SNDR, 78dB SFDR and 76dB IMD3 is obtained. Combined with expander, extra 12dB DR is achieved with equal dynamic performance because companding takes place. Compared to conventional baseband interface, power dissipation is reduced by a factor of 3.3.
master thesis 2009
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Wang, J. (author)
a 4-bit 250MHz sampling rate pipelined A/D converter, with 1.5-bit resolution per stage, has been designed by Cadence using TSMC 0.13um CMOS process. The ADC which works at 1.2 V supply voltage dissipates 15.23 mW and has an ENOB of 3.7 bits @ 100MHz sampling condition. The maximum DNL is 0.38 LSB, and the maximum INL is 0.352 LSB
master thesis 2009
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