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The Extent and Limitations of Correlating Measured Interharmonics and Measured Voltage Fluctuations
Amplitude modulation is a well-known cause of voltage fluctuations resulting in luminous lamp flicker. Amplitude modulation can be more generally quantified in terms of interharmonics. The theoretical correlation between ...
Alternative Timing in Digital Logic
For many decades using a system clock has been the go-to method of timing circuits. CPUs in particular have been at least partially defined by the speed of their clock. As technology moves forward, this is proving more and ...
Small Signal Equivalent Circuit Extraction and RF Noise Analysis in 28nm High-k/ Metal Gate RF CMOS
This work extracts RF noise in a 28nm high-k/metal gate RF CMOS technology using a small signal equivalent circuit. All extrinsic and intrinsic small-signal parameters are extracted from measured data as well as scaling ...
Characterization and Modeling of 28nm RF MOSFETs and SiGe HBTs
Both the second and third order intermodulation linearities (IP3 and IP2) are characterized on 28nm RF MOSFETs. The impacts of biasing, device size, frequency, and gate length on IP3 are discussed. With both DC and RF ...
28nm High-K Metal Gate RF CMOS TCAD Calibration
States of art of 28nm MOSFET structure is studied using the calibrated simulation deck, RF noise is simulated and compared with measurements. DC characteristics is firstly calibrated by adjusting doping profiles and other ...
A Feature-based Solution for Kidnapped Robot Problem
The Kidnapped Robot problem in robotics commonly refers to a situation where an autonomous robot can’t locate itself against the map. It can be caused by external force when a robot is carried to an arbitrary place, or ...