1997 - IEEE Donald O. Pederson Award in Solid-State Circuits "For contributions to the design of integrated circuits for signal processing systems."
1988 - Member of the National Academy of Engineering For pioneering contributions to very-large-scale integrated circuit design and to speech-processing technology.
His primary areas of study are Electronic engineering, CMOS, Electrical engineering, Energy consumption and Cognitive radio. Robert W. Brodersen studies Bandwidth which is a part of Electronic engineering. His CMOS research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Low IF receiver, Circuit design and Integrated circuit.
He interconnects High-level synthesis, Computational complexity theory, Embedded system, Datapath and Efficient energy use in the investigation of issues within Energy consumption. His Cognitive radio research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Detector, Interference, Spread spectrum, Radio spectrum and Noise. Robert W. Brodersen has researched Voltage in several fields, including Power, Computation and Low-power electronics.
Robert W. Brodersen spends much of his time researching Electronic engineering, CMOS, Electrical engineering, Embedded system and Wireless. His research investigates the connection with Electronic engineering and areas like Cognitive radio which intersect with concerns in Radio spectrum and Ultra-wideband. The study incorporates disciplines such as Digital electronics, Logic gate, Asynchronous communication, Integrated circuit and Circuit design in addition to CMOS.
His Electrical engineering research includes elements of Power and Optoelectronics. His Embedded system research incorporates elements of Digital signal processing, Computer hardware and Software. His work carried out in the field of Wireless brings together such families of science as Multimedia and Computer network.
Electronic engineering, CMOS, Electrical engineering, Cognitive radio and Embedded system are his primary areas of study. He has included themes like Baseband, Wireless and Signal processing in his Electronic engineering study. The various areas that Robert W. Brodersen examines in his CMOS study include Electronic circuit, Transistor, NMOS logic, Asynchronous communication and Transceiver.
His Cognitive radio research includes themes of Radio spectrum, Computer network, Energy and Detector. The Embedded system study combines topics in areas such as Interface and Operating system. Robert W. Brodersen combines subjects such as Transmitter and Matched filter with his study of Bandwidth.
Robert W. Brodersen focuses on Electronic engineering, Cognitive radio, Electrical engineering, CMOS and Computer network. Robert W. Brodersen works in the field of Electronic engineering, namely Bandwidth. His study in Cognitive radio is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Spread spectrum, Radio spectrum, Bandwidth allocation and Robustness.
His research integrates issues of Wireless network and Matched filter in his study of Spread spectrum. His research in CMOS intersects with topics in Radio receiver design, Frequency multiplier, Frequency mixer and dBm. His work deals with themes such as Wireless, Spectrum management, System requirements, Ultra-wideband and Transmission, which intersect with Computer network.
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Low-Power CMOS Digital Design
Anantha P. Chandrakasan;Samuel Sheng;Robert W. Brodersen.
IEICE Transactions on Electronics (1992)
Implementation issues in spectrum sensing for cognitive radios
D. Cabric;S.M. Mishra;R.W. Brodersen.
asilomar conference on signals, systems and computers (2004)
Cooperative Sensing among Cognitive Radios
Shridhar Mishra;Anant Sahai;Robert Brodersen.
international conference on communications (2006)
A dynamic voltage scaled microprocessor system
T.D. Burd;T.A. Pering;A.J. Stratakos;R.W. Brodersen.
international solid-state circuits conference (2000)
Low Power Digital CMOS Design
Anantha P. Chandrakasan;Robert W. Brodersen.
Minimizing power consumption in digital CMOS circuits
A.P. Chandrakasan;R.W. Brodersen.
Proceedings of the IEEE (1995)
Spectrum Sensing Measurements of Pilot, Energy, and Collaborative Detection
D. Cabric;A. Tkachenko;R.W. Brodersen.
military communications conference (2006)
Millimeter-wave CMOS design
C.H. Doan;S. Emami;A.M. Niknejad;R.W. Brodersen.
international solid state circuits conference (2005)
The simulation and evaluation of dynamic voltage scaling algorithms
Trevor Pering;Tom Burd;Robert Brodersen.
international symposium on low power electronics and design (1998)
Optimizing power using transformations
A.P. Chandrakasan;M. Potkonjak;R. Mehra;J. Rabaey.
IEEE Transactions on Computer-Aided Design of Integrated Circuits and Systems (1995)
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