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    A Class A CMOS RF amplifier with on-chip impedance matching

    Microwave and RF Research

    "CRCD: Curriculum Development in Systems for Smart Communications",
    National Science Foundation, 2002-2007.

    LINK: http://rcaverly.ee.vill.edu/crcd/public.htm

    Continue department research in the broad area of smart communications # Develop educational modules in selected research topic areas of smart communications

    "Analog CMOS High Frequency Telecommunications Circuits", National Science Foundation (completed, 1999)

    LINK: http://rcaverly.ee.vill.edu/cmosrf/cmosrf1.htm

    High Frequency CMOS Mixer Topologies for Wireless Applications # High Frequency CMOS Switches for Wireless Applications # High Frequency CMOS Amplifier Structures for Wireless Applications

    This work focuses on the development of standard CMOS low frequency microwave and RF circuits suitable for use in mixed-mode analog and digital wireless applications. CMOS circuits are fabricated through the MOSIS fabrication service and geometries down to 0.5 micron are currently being studied. The circuit layouts and technical specifications will be made available to the wireless and microsystem design communities at project completion.

    "RUI: CAD and Modeling of High Power High Frequency Devices", National Science Foundation (completed, 2002 )

    For more information regarding Microwave and RF Research, visit: http://rcaverly.ee.vill.edu/rcaverly/mwhome.htm

    VLSI Design Research

    "CRCD: Curriculum Development in Systems for Smart Communications",
    National Science Foundation, 2002-2007.

    LINK: http://rcaverly.ee.vill.edu/crcd/public.htm

    Continue department research in the broad area of smart communications # Develop educational modules in selected research topic areas of smart communications

    "Analog CMOS High Frequency Telecommunications Circuits", National Science Foundation (completed, 1999)

    LINK: http://rcaverly.ee.vill.edu/cmosrf/cmosrf1.htm

    High Frequency CMOS Mixer Topologies for Wireless Applications # High Frequency CMOS Switches for Wireless Applications # High Frequency CMOS Amplifier Structures for Wireless Applications

    This work focuses on the development of standard CMOS low frequency microwave and RF circuits suitable for use in mixed-mode analog and digital wireless applications. CMOS circuits are fabricated through the MOSIS fabrication service and geometries down to 0.5 micron are currently being studied. The circuit layouts and technical specifications will be made available to the wireless and microsystem design communities at project completion.

    "Analog Design Resource Kit", National Science Foundation (completed, 1997)

    LINK: http://rcaverly.ee.vill.edu/resourcek/readme.htm

    Welcome to the world of undergraduate analog IC design! The tools in this directory, in the form of integrated circuit CIF files and accompanying tutorial manuals, can provide the backbone for a laboratory component in undergraduate analog VLSI design courses. This work, sponsored by The National Science Foundation's Division of Undergraduate Education, is the result of several years of work attempting the convey this information to my undergraduate electrical engineering students.

    For more information regarding VLSI research, visit: http://rcaverly.ee.vill.edu/rcaverly/vlsi.htm