Assistant Professor, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Carnegie Mellon University
degree from IIT, Chennai (Madras), the M.S degree
from Oregon State University and the Ph.D degrees from the University
of Washington, Seattle, all in Electrical Engineering. Between 1998 and
2001, he held product development positions with Analog
Devices, where he designed high-performance data converters, and
Motorola where he designed analog and RF
integrated circuits for cellular transceivers. From 2002 to 2004, he
was a graduate student researcher
Communications Circuit Lab, Intel where he developed multi-antenna
receivers, high-efficiency power amplifiers and high-speed data
next-generation wireless transceivers.
His research interests include the design of RF and mixed-signal integrated circuits and systems for a wide variety of applications. He is also interested in the design of analog circuits that use digital signal processing algorithms to assist and enhance their performance.
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