Ph.D. Dissertations - Robert G. Meyer

Analysis and Design of Wideband LC VCOs
Axel Dominique Berny [2006]

Analysis and Design of RF CMOS Attenuators
Hakan Dogan [2005]

CMOS Sub-Harmonic Mixers for Direct-Conversion Receivers
Henry C.-H. Jen [2005]

Analysis and Design of Monolithic Radio Frequency Linear Power Amplifiers
Burcin Baytekin [2004]

High Dynamic Range CMOS Mixer Design
Sang Won Son [2002]

Analysis and Design of Current-Commutating CMOS Mixers
Emmanouil T. Terrovitis [2001]

Analysis, Simulation, and Applications of Passive Devices on Conductive Substrates
Ali M. Niknejad [2000]

Design and Optimization Techniques for Monolithic RF Downconversion Mixers
Keng L. Fong [1997]

Modeling and Analysis of Substrate Coupling in Integrated Circuits
Ranjit Gharpurey [1995]

Low-Distortion Mixers for RF Communications
Cynthia D. Keys [1994]

Analysis and Optimization of Monolithic RF Downconversion Receivers
Christopher D. Hull [1992]

Analysis and Optimization of Monolithic RF Downconversion Receivers
Christopher D. Hull [1992]

Monolithic Microwave Oscillators and Amplifiers
Nhat M. Nguyen [1991]

High Frequency Monolithic Phase-Locked Loops
Mehmet Soyuer [1988]

High Frequency, Temperature-Compensated Monolithic Voltage-Controlled Oscillator Design Techniques
Ting-Ping Liu [1988]

Low Distortion Switched Capacitor Filters
Kuang-Lu Lee [1986]

Nonlinear Analog Function Synthesis with MOS Technology
John W. Fattaruso [1986]

Wide-Band, Low-Noise, Matched Impedance Amplifiers in Submicron MOS Technology
Kai-Yap Toh [1986]

High-Frequency Voltage Amplification and Comparison in a One-Micron NMOS Technology.
David C.-F. Soo [1985]

Effects of Random and Periodic Excitations on Relaxation Oscillators
Asad A. Abidi [1981]

High Frequency Bipolar-JFET-l(2)L Integrated Circuit
Sik K. Liu [1981]

Temperature-Stable, High-Frequency Monolithic Voltage-Controlled Oscillators
Joseph F. Kukielka [1980]

Optimized Design of Low-Distortion Monolithic Wideband Amplifiers
Kam H. Chan [1977]

Optimum Design of Integrated Variable-Gain Amplifiers
Willy M. C. Sansen [1972]