The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Electronic engineering, Electrical engineering, CMOS, Amplifier and Resistive touchscreen. Giuseppe Ferri has researched Electronic engineering in several fields, including Electronic circuit, Current conveyor, Capacitor, Capacitive sensing and Chip. The concepts of his Capacitive sensing study are interwoven with issues in Electronic component and Capacitance.
Giuseppe Ferri combines subjects such as Energy harvesting and Low-power electronics with his study of Electrical engineering. His research investigates the connection between CMOS and topics such as Low voltage that intersect with problems in Integrated circuit design. His Resistive touchscreen research incorporates themes from Parasitic capacitance and Interfacing.
Giuseppe Ferri mostly deals with Electronic engineering, Electrical engineering, CMOS, Voltage and Capacitive sensing. He interconnects Low voltage, Amplifier, Operational amplifier, Current conveyor and Topology in the investigation of issues within Electronic engineering. His study in Electrical engineering is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Interfacing and Low-power electronics.
As part of one scientific family, he deals mainly with the area of CMOS, narrowing it down to issues related to the Ranging, and often Energy harvesting and GSM. Giuseppe Ferri has included themes like Spice, Sensitivity, Current, Electrical impedance and Topology in his Voltage study. His work in Capacitive sensing addresses subjects such as Feedback loop, which are connected to disciplines such as Wheatstone bridge.
His main research concerns Electrical engineering, Voltage, CMOS, Electronic engineering and Capacitive sensing. His work carried out in the field of Electrical engineering brings together such families of science as Energy harvesting and Interfacing. His Voltage research integrates issues from Electrical impedance, Spice and Electronic circuit.
His CMOS research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Low voltage, Integrated circuit design, Chip, High impedance and Ranging. The various areas that Giuseppe Ferri examines in his Electronic engineering study include Instrumentation amplifier and Amplifier, Signal. His research in Capacitive sensing intersects with topics in Linearization and Capacitor, Differential capacitance.
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Low-Voltage Low-Power CMOS Current Conveyors
An electronic nose for food analysis
C Di Natale;A Macagnano;F Davide;A D'Amico.
Sensors and Actuators B-chemical (1997)
The application of metalloporphyrins as coating material for quartz microbalance-based chemical sensors
J.A.J. Brunink;C. Di Natale;F. Bungaro;F.A.M. Davide.
Analytica Chimica Acta (1996)
Recognition of fish storage time by a metalloporphyrins-coated QMB sensor array
Corrado di Natale;Jos A J Brunink;Francesco Bungaro;Fabrizio Davide.
Measurement Science and Technology (1996)
A rail-to-rail constant-g/sub m/ low-voltage CMOS operational transconductance amplifier
G. Ferri;W. Sansen.
IEEE Journal of Solid-state Circuits (1997)
A novel current-mode very low power analog CMOS four quadrant multiplier
M. Gravati;M. Valle;G. Ferri;N. Guerrini.
european solid-state circuits conference (2005)
Low-voltage low-power integrated analog lock-in amplifier for gas sensor applications
A. D’Amico;A. De Marcellis;C. Di Carlo;C. Di Natale.
Sensors and Actuators B-chemical (2010)
CCII-based floating inductance simulator with compensated series resistance
G. Ferri;N.C. Guerrini;M. Diqual.
Electronics Letters (2003)
Analog Circuits and Systems for Voltage-Mode and Current-Mode Sensor Interfacing Applications
Andrea De Marcellis;Giuseppe Ferri.
A CCII-based wide frequency range square waveform generator
Andrea De Marcellis;Claudia Di Carlo;Giuseppe Ferri;Vincenzo Stornelli.
International Journal of Circuit Theory and Applications (2011)
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