His primary scientific interests are in Electrical engineering, CMOS, Electronic engineering, Low-noise amplifier and Phase noise. He combines topics linked to Varicap with his work on Electrical engineering. The CMOS study combines topics in areas such as Q factor, Amplifier, Bandwidth and Capacitor.
Wideband and UMTS frequency bands are the primary areas of interest in his Electronic engineering study. His Low-noise amplifier research integrates issues from RF front end and Low-power electronics. His research investigates the link between Phase noise and topics such as Voltage-controlled oscillator that cross with problems in Oscillator phase noise.
Francesco Svelto mostly deals with Electrical engineering, Electronic engineering, CMOS, Phase noise and Voltage-controlled oscillator. His studies examine the connections between Electrical engineering and genetics, as well as such issues in Varicap, with regards to Gilbert cell. His study in Electronic engineering is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Low-noise amplifier and Phase-locked loop.
His Low-noise amplifier research includes themes of RF front end, Noise temperature and Low-power electronics. His research integrates issues of Inductor, Injection locking, LC circuit, Capacitor and Q factor in his study of CMOS. His Voltage-controlled oscillator study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Spectral purity and Quadrature modulation.
His primary areas of investigation include BiCMOS, CMOS, Amplifier, Electrical engineering and Phase noise. His study looks at the relationship between BiCMOS and topics such as Bipolar junction transistor, which overlap with Parasitic extraction, Inductor and Quadrature amplitude modulation. His CMOS research is under the purview of Electronic engineering.
His Electronic engineering research includes elements of Capacitive sensing and Image response. His Amplifier research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Parasitic capacitance, Transistor, Photonic integrated circuit and E band. The study incorporates disciplines such as Coupling coefficient of resonators and Channel capacity in addition to Phase noise.
Francesco Svelto focuses on Dielectric, Optoelectronics, Fibrocystic disease, Surgical margin and Radiology. His Fibrocystic disease investigation overlaps with other disciplines such as Positive Surgical Margin, Fat content, Breast conservative surgery and General interest.
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Toward multistandard mobile terminals - fully integrated receivers requirements and architectures
M. Brandolini;P. Rossi;D. Manstretta;F. Svelto.
IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques (2005)
Second-order intermodulation mechanisms in CMOS downconverters
D. Manstretta;M. Brandolini;F. Svelto.
IEEE Journal of Solid-state Circuits (2003)
Analysis of reliability and power efficiency in cascode class-E PAs
A. Mazzanti;L. Larcher;R. Brama;F. Svelto.
radio frequency integrated circuits symposium (2006)
Analysis and design of injection-locked LC dividers for quadrature generation
A. Mazzanti;P. Uggetti;F. Svelto.
IEEE Journal of Solid-state Circuits (2004)
Wireless multi-standard terminals: system analysis and design of a reconfigurable RF front-end
F. Agnelli;G. Albasini;I. Bietti;A. Gnudi.
IEEE Circuits and Systems Magazine (2006)
A 1.3 GHz low-phase noise fully tunable CMOS LC VCO
F. Svelto;S. Deantoni;R. Castello.
IEEE Journal of Solid-state Circuits (2000)
Dielectric Properties Characterization From 0.5 to 50 GHz of Breast Cancer Tissues
Andrea Martellosio;Marco Pasian;Maurizio Bozzi;Luca Perregrini.
IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques (2017)
A 3.5 GHz Wideband ADPLL With Fractional Spur Suppression Through TDC Dithering and Feedforward Compensation
Colin Weltin-Wu;Enrico Temporiti;Daniele Baldi;Marco Cusmai.
international solid-state circuits conference (2010)
A 2-dB noise figure 900-MHz differential CMOS LNA
F. Gatta;E. Sacchi;F. Svelto;P. Vilmercati.
IEEE Journal of Solid-state Circuits (2001)
A 0.18- $muhbox m$ CMOS Selective Receiver Front-End for UWB Applications
G. Cusmai;M. Brandolini;P. Rossi;F. Svelto.
IEEE Journal of Solid-state Circuits (2006)
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