GTAC Posters

Dr. Rincón-Mora


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Spring 2005:
  • An Accurate Electrical Battery Model Capable of Predicting Lifetime and I-V Performance
  • A Fast, Self-Stabilizing, Boost DC-DC Converter - Sliding-Mode vs Hysteretic Controls
  • Circuit Design for Accurate and Lossless Current-Sensing in DC-DC Converters
  • A Predictive Inductor Multiplier for Integrated Circuit DC-DC Converters
  • Energy-Harvesting Battery Charger for Self-Sustaining Portable Microelectronic Applications
  • Survivor - A Novel Strategy for Reducing the Effects of Device Mismatch
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    Fall 2004:
  • A Monolithic, Self-Powered System-On-Chip (SOC) with Fully Integrated Micro-Fuel Cell Hybrids (GTAC Fall '04)
  • Experimental Results for a Fast, Self-stabilizing, Hysteretic Boost DC-DC Converter (GTAC Fall '04)
  • Prototype Implementation of a High Efficiency, Soft Switching DC-DC Converter with Adaptive Current-Ripple Control (GTAC Fall '04)
  • A Trimless, Package-Shift Compensated, High PSR, Low Dropout CMOS Regulated Reference (GTAC Fall '04)
  • A Dynamically Adaptive, Power Management IC for WCDMA RF Power Amplifiers in Standard CMOS Process (GTAC Fall '04)
  • Inductor Multipliers (GTAC Fall '04)
  • An Adjustable, Highly-Linear, Low-Offset Gm-C Filter for Lossless and Accurate Current-Sensing of DC-DC Converters (GTAC Fall '04)
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    Spring 2004:
  • An Integrated, Dynamically Adaptive Energy-Management Framework for Linear RF Power Amplifiers (GTAC Spring '04)
  • Accurate CMOS Reference-Regulator Circuits (GTAC Spring '04)
  • Prototype Implementation of a High Efficiency, Soft Switching DC-DC Converter with Adaptive Current-Ripple Control (GTAC Spring '04)
  • A Monolithic, Self-Powered IC with Fully Integrated Micro-Fuel Cell (GTAC Spring '04)
  • An Integrated, Lossless, and Accurate Current-Sensing System for High-Performance DC-DC Converters (GTAC Spring '04)
  • Self-stabilizing, Hysteretic Boost DC-DC Converter for Portable Applications (GTAC Spring '04)
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    Fall 2003:
  • A High Efficiency, Soft Switching DC-DC Converter with Adaptive Current-Ripple Control for Mobile, Battery-Powered Applications (GTAC Fall '03)
  • Package Shift in Plastic-Packaged Bandgap References (GTAC Fall '03)
  • State-of-the-Art in Phase-Locked Loop Filter Integration (GTAC Fall '03)
  • Integrated, Self-learning DC-DC Converter for Portable Applications (GTAC Fall '03)
  • Inductor Multipliers for DC-DC Converters (GTAC Fall '03)
  • Integrated, Low Voltage, Dynamically Adaptive Buck-Boost Converter A Top-Down Design Approach (GTAC Fall '03)
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    Spring 2003:
  • Fully Integrated Power-Saving Solutions for DC-DC Converters Targeted for the Mobile, Battery-Powered Applications (GTAC Sp. '03)
  • Integrating Large Filter/Compensation Capacitors for SoC Applications (GTAC Sp. '03)
  • Inductorless DC-DC Converters for Portable Applications - Reality or Fantasy? (GTAC Sp. '03)
  • A High Efficiency, Linear RF PA with a Power-Tracking, Dynamically Adaptive Buck-Boost Supply (GTAC Sp. '03)
  • Prototype Implementation of a New, Accurate, and Lossless Current-Sensing Technique Suitable for Integrated Solutions (GTAC Sp. '03)
  • Integrated Linear Regulators: Design Recipes for High PSRR Performance (GTAC Sp. '03)
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    Fall 2002:
  • A Low Voltage, Dynamic Buck-Boost Converter Supply for RF Power Amplifier (GTAC Fall '02)
  • FULLY INTEGRATED REGULATORS WITH ULTRA-FAST TRANSIENT RESPONSE (GTAC Fall '02)
  • A Different Approach to Current-Sensing in DC-DC Converters (GTAC Fall '02)
  • Efficiency Enhancement of CDMA Power Amplifiers in Mobile Handsets Using Dynamic Supplies (GTAC Fall '02)
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    Spring 2002:
  • Error Sources in First Order Bandgap References (GTAC Sp. '02)
  • Power Saving Techniques for DC-DC Converters (GTAC Sp. '02)
  • Dynamic, Low Voltage, Efficient DC-DC Converters for Power Amplifiers (GTAC Sp. '02)
  • Integrated Current Sensing Circuit Techniques for DC-DC Converters (GTAC Sp. '02)
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  • Book, Journal, and Conference Publications

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