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Design and evaluation of a Capacitively Coupled Sensor Readout Circuit, toward contact-less ECG and EEG (Electronics Project)

In modern medicine, the measurement of electrophysiological signals play a key role in health monitoring and diagnostics. Electrical activity originating from our nerve and muscle cells conveys real-time information about our current health state. The two most common and actively used techniques for measuring such signals are Continue reading

A 65nm, Low Voltage, Fully Differential, SC Programmable Gain Amplifier for Video AFE (ECE/EEE Project)

Due to rapid growth of home entertainment consumer market, video technology has been continuously pushed to deliver sharper pictures with higher resolution. This has brought about stringent requirements on the video analog front end, which often coupled with the low power and low voltage Continue reading

Design of a Low Power, High Performance Track-and-Hold Circuit in a 0.18µm CMOS Technology (Electronics Project)

This study describes the design of a track-and-hold (T&H) circuit with 10bit resolution, 80MS/s and 30MHz bandwidth. It is designed in a 0.18µm CMOS process with a supply voltage of 1.8 Volt. The circuit is supposed to Continue reading