2011 - IEEE Fellow For contributions to high-performance mixed-signal integrated circuits using digital calibration techniques
Electronic engineering, Delta-sigma modulation, Electrical engineering, Converters and Phase-locked loop are his primary areas of study. His work in the fields of Electronic engineering, such as CMOS, Digital signal processing and Very-large-scale integration, overlaps with other areas such as Sigma. His Delta-sigma modulation research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Dither and Signal processing.
His Dither research integrates issues from Quantization and Control theory. His research in Converters intersects with topics in Phase and Demodulation. His Phase-locked loop research includes themes of Phase noise, dBc and Charge pump.
His primary areas of study are Electronic engineering, Delta-sigma modulation, Phase-locked loop, Electrical engineering and CMOS. His Electronic engineering study combines topics in areas such as Converters, Quantization and Comparator. His work in Converters addresses subjects such as Nonlinear distortion, which are connected to disciplines such as Algorithm and Topology.
His Delta-sigma modulation research incorporates themes from Ring oscillator, Oversampling and Modulation. His Phase-locked loop study incorporates themes from Phase noise, Charge pump and Control theory. In CMOS, he works on issues like Noise, which are connected to Sampling.
His primary scientific interests are in Phase-locked loop, Electronic engineering, Phase noise, PLL multibit and Frequency synthesizer. The study incorporates disciplines such as Ring oscillator, Active noise control, Delta-sigma modulation, Charge pump and Loop in addition to Phase-locked loop. The various areas that Ian Galton examines in his Delta-sigma modulation study include Digital signal, Sampling and Analog signal.
His research in Electronic engineering tackles topics such as Frequency modulation which are related to areas like Nonlinear system. Ian Galton combines subjects such as Digitally controlled oscillator and Control theory with his study of Phase noise. Ian Galton has included themes like Spurious tone, CMOS and High-pass filter in his PLL multibit study.
Ian Galton mainly focuses on Electronic engineering, Phase-locked loop, PLL multibit, Nonlinear distortion and Phase noise. Ian Galton integrates several fields in his works, including Electronic engineering and Measurement uncertainty. His study on Nonlinear distortion also encompasses disciplines like
His studies in Phase noise integrate themes in fields like Frequency synthesizer and High-pass filter. The concepts of his Frequency synthesizer study are interwoven with issues in Voltage-controlled oscillator and dBc. His work deals with themes such as Digitally controlled oscillator, Noise and CMOS, which intersect with High-pass filter.
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Spectral shaping of circuit errors in digital-to-analog converters
IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems Ii: Analog and Digital Signal Processing (1997)
A wideband 2.4-GHz delta-sigma fractional-NPLL with 1-Mb/s in-loop modulation
S. Pamarti;L. Jansson;I. Galton.
IEEE Journal of Solid-state Circuits (2004)
A digitally enhanced 1.8-V 15-bit 40-MSample/s CMOS pipelined ADC
Eric Siragusa;Ian Galton.
international solid-state circuits conference (2004)
A Mostly-Digital Variable-Rate Continuous-Time Delta-Sigma Modulator ADC
G Taylor;I Galton.
international solid state circuits conference (2010)
A multiple-crystal interface PLL with VCO realignment to reduce phase noise
Sheng Ye;L. Jansson;I. Galton.
international solid-state circuits conference (2002)
A 130 mW 100 MS/s Pipelined ADC With 69 dB SNDR Enabled by Digital Harmonic Distortion Correction
Andrea Panigada;Ian Galton.
international solid-state circuits conference (2009)
Digital cancellation of D/A converter noise in pipelined A/D converters
IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems Ii: Analog and Digital Signal Processing (2000)
Spurious Tone Suppression Techniques Applied to a Wide-Bandwidth 2.4 GHz Fractional- N PLL
K.J. Wang;A. Swaminathan;I. Galton.
IEEE Journal of Solid-state Circuits (2008)
Spurious -Tone Suppression Techniques Applied to a Wide-Bandwidth 2.4GHz Fractional-N PLL
K.J. Wang;A. Swaminathan;I. Galton.
international solid-state circuits conference (2008)
Delta-sigma data conversion in wireless transceivers
IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques (2002)
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