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Patrick Mercier presents paper at RFIC 2008
June 2008

Patrick Mercier presented a paper at RFIC 2008 on a low data rate, FCC compliant, all-digital UWB transmitter. The paper was entitled "A 19pJ/pulse UWB Transmitter with Dual Capacitively-Coupled Digital Power Amplifiers."
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David Wentzloff and Fred Lee present papers at ISSCC 2007
February 2007

David Wentzloff and Fred Lee presented papers at ISSCC 2007 on a low data rate UWB chipset. The papers were entitled "A 47pJ/pulse 3.1-to-5GHz All-Digital UWB Transmitter in 90nm CMOS" and "A 2.5nJ/b 0.65V 3-to-5GHz Subbanded UWB Receiver in 90nm CMOS". Ultra-low power operation was achieved through highly digital, low-Q circuits, fast turn-on and turn-off times, and a non-coherent signaling scheme.
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Brian Ginsburg wins presentation award at MARC 2006
January 26, 2006

Brian won a presentation award for his 90-second pitch for the Circuits & Systems poster session at the MTL Annual Research Conference. He composed a poem on UWB for his presentation, which can be downloaded from the following links.
Click here to download the video of the presentation.
Click here for a transcript of the poem.

“A Single Chip Ultra-Wideband Transceiver” wins first place in the DAC/ISSCC Student Design Contest-Operational Category
Also selected as the best overall submission to the Design Contest

PRNewswire; June 9, 2004
41st Design Automation Conference
SSCS Quarterly, July 2004

Johnna Powell Wins First Place in the 2004 IEEE Antennas and Propagation International Symposium Student Paper Contest
For the paper titled "Differential and Single Ended Elliptical Antennas for 3.1-10.6 GHz Ultra Wideband Communication"

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