2020 - Semiconductor Industry Association University Researcher Award
His primary areas of investigation include Electrical engineering, Electronic engineering, CMOS, Amplifier and Transmitter. His research integrates issues of Wireless, Electronic circuit and Transformer in his study of Electronic engineering. His work in Electronic circuit addresses issues such as Silicon, which are connected to fields such as Integrated circuit, Network analysis and Electrostatics.
The CMOS study combines topics in areas such as Wideband, Power gain, Low-power electronics, Transceiver and Noise figure. His Amplifier study incorporates themes from Power electronics and Circuit design. His research in Transmitter focuses on subjects like Phase-shift keying, which are connected to Beam steering, Local oscillator and Frequency modulation.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Electronic engineering, Electrical engineering, CMOS, Amplifier and Optoelectronics. His Electronic engineering study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Transmitter, Transistor, MOSFET and Baseband. His Electrical engineering study frequently draws connections between adjacent fields such as Wireless.
He studied CMOS and Phase noise that intersect with Local oscillator and Phase-locked loop. His study ties his expertise on Low-power electronics together with the subject of Amplifier. Ali M. Niknejad has included themes like Inductor and Insertion loss in his Transformer study.
His primary areas of study are CMOS, Electrical engineering, Electronic engineering, Optoelectronics and Transmitter. His work deals with themes such as Wideband, Radio frequency, Harmonic analysis, Electrical impedance and Noise figure, which intersect with CMOS. His Electrical engineering study frequently draws connections to other fields, such as Wireless.
Ali M. Niknejad works in the field of Electronic engineering, focusing on Phase noise in particular. His Optoelectronics research includes elements of Electrohydrodynamics, Spectrometer, Microfluidics and Microwave. The various areas that Ali M. Niknejad examines in his Transmitter study include Intermodulation and Frequency modulation.
Ali M. Niknejad mainly focuses on Electrical engineering, CMOS, Electronic engineering, Transceiver and Transmitter. Electrical engineering is often connected to Wireless in his work. His work carried out in the field of CMOS brings together such families of science as Wideband, Radio frequency, Harmonic analysis, Bandwidth and Amplifier.
In his study, Balun is strongly linked to Transistor, which falls under the umbrella field of Wideband. His Electronic engineering study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Radar engineering details, Baseband, Noise measurement, Noise figure and Beam steering. His Transceiver research incorporates themes from Phase noise, Millisecond, Infinite impulse response, Power and Chip.
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Analysis, design, and optimization of spiral inductors and transformers for Si RF ICs
A.M. Niknejad;R.G. Meyer.
IEEE Journal of Solid-state Circuits (1998)
An ultrawideband CMOS low-noise amplifier for 3.1-10.6-GHz wireless receivers
A. Bevilacqua;A.M. Niknejad.
IEEE Journal of Solid-state Circuits (2004)
Millimeter-wave CMOS design
C.H. Doan;S. Emami;A.M. Niknejad;R.W. Brodersen.
international solid state circuits conference (2005)
A 90 nm CMOS Low-Power 60 GHz Transceiver With Integrated Baseband Circuitry
C. Marcu;D. Chowdhury;C. Thakkar;Jung-Dong Park.
international solid-state circuits conference (2009)
Wireless physiological sensor patches and systems
Surendar Magar;Venkateswara Rao Sattiraju;Ali Niknejad;Louis Yun.
A Highly Linear Broadband CMOS LNA Employing Noise and Distortion Cancellation
Wei-Hung Chen;Gang Liu;B. Zdravko;A.M. Niknejad.
radio frequency integrated circuits symposium (2007)
A 1.8-GHz LC VCO with 1.3-GHz tuning range and digital amplitude calibration
A.D. Berny;A.M. Niknejad;R.G. Meyer.
IEEE Journal of Solid-state Circuits (2005)
Design considerations for 60 GHz CMOS radios
C.H. Doan;S. Emami;D.A. Sobel;A.M. Niknejad.
IEEE Communications Magazine (2004)
An ultra-wideband CMOS LNA for 3.1 to 10.6 GHz wireless receivers
A. Bevilacqua;A.M. Niknejad.
international solid-state circuits conference (2004)
Extremely Bendable, High-Performance Integrated Circuits Using Semiconducting Carbon Nanotube Networks for Digital, Analog, and Radio-Frequency Applications
Chuan Wang;Jun Chau Chien;Kuniharu Takei;Toshitake Takahashi.
Nano Letters (2012)
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