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Analog and Mixed Signal Research Lab

Analog and Mixed Signal Research Lab

  • State-of-the-art workstations and measurement instruments for Analog and Mixed Signal Research
     
  • Focuses on Analog and Mixed Signal Circuit Designs in bulk CMOS and SOI technologies, Semiconductor Devices for neural networks, high-frequency data converters and communication circuits
     
  • Is dedicated to the development of complex electronics systems where incoming inputs (temperature, image, voice and pressure) from a sensor can be used to act on or make a decision
     
  • Is involved in hardware design of adaptive, trainable neural networks to be used in non-invasive fault detection programs in production lines or detection of various tumour shapes in the human body
     
  • Expertise in designing and safeguarding hardware chips in automobiles and cell phones against information-stealing
     
  • Facilitates testing and characterization, specifically, full speed time / frequency domain testing and device characterization and modeling
     
  • Creates designs with full CAD support which includes schematic capture, simulation, layout, verification, and process simulation when necessary
     
  • Access to Cadences and Synopsys tools for research and teaching activities 

To get involved with the Analog and Mixed Signal Research Lab

Contact: Dr. Mitra Mirhassani
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering 
519-253-3000, Ext. 2585
mitramir@uwindsor.ca

Visit the AMS website for more information.