Student project at imec (Thesis)
What will you be doing?
The need for high data rate transfer is emerging in biomedical applications, such as in brain-computer interfaces (BCI) and multimedia solutions, e. g., virtual reality . Impulse Radio Ultrawideband (IR-UWB) technology is a promising solution due to its wideband operation. A duplexer system is demanded for spectrum and hardware efficiency in such high data rate communication systems. Moreover, it enables the co-existence of connectivity and sensing, which is called “Radcom.” Through this project, we are targeting to design a wideband full-duplex system for high-speed IR-UWB. The project will cover the following activities:
Literature studies on applications.
Understanding both analog and digital/system design methodologies.
Architecture study and proposal.
Layout and post-layout simulation.
What we do for you
As the world-best research institute, we have completed the unprecedented researches in Ultra Low-Power (ULP) RF transceiver field and presented in top-level conferences and journals. With the student project, you will gain the top-quality level of integrated circuit design experience.
Who you are
You are a Msc/Bsc student.
You are available for a period of 12 months.
Good analytical skills (e.g. Mathematical skills).
Good CAD skills (e. g. MATLAB/Simulink/Spectre/ADS).
Knowledge of designing (analog /RF) CMOS circuits.
Knowledge of RF systems.
Entitled to do an internship in the Netherlands.
Motivated student eager to work independently and expand knowledge in the field.
Good written and verbal English skills.
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