Analog/Mixed-Signal Circuits, Systems, and Devices

David Yeh, Director

Creating fundamental innovations in analog/mixed-signal integrated circuits and systems across a broad range of applications, including traditional information processing as well as newer areas of emphasis—such as automotive, industrial, and medical.


This research extends the frontiers of analog/mixed-signal/RF design and technology by creating fundamental innovations in integrated circuits and systems that improve energy efficiency, health care, public safety, and security.

The emphasis is on circuit design, with a connection to adjacent research spaces.

Research Focus

Circuit design in areas including:

  • power management
  • I/O
  • mm-wave
  • data conversion
  • energy harvesting
  • motor drive
  • sensors (such as temperature, bio-signals, and DNA)

Compact models for analog/mixed-signal/RF/MEMS devices

Analog/mixed-signal devices

AMS-CSD Metrics

  1. Current

    53 Research Tasks
    22 Universities
    86 Students
    55 Faculty Researchers
    108 Liaison Personnel
  2. This Year

    14 Task Starts
    91 Research Publications
  3. Last Year

    28 Task Starts
    277 Research Publications
    6 Patent Applications
  4. Since Inception

    138 Research Tasks
    34 Universities
    260 Students
    96 Faculty Researchers
    265 Liaison Personnel
    1,438 Research Publications
    10 Patent Applications
    1 Patents Granted
Updated: 26-Apr-2018, 12:05 a.m. ET

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