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The ability to assess frontal lobe function in a rapid, objective, and standardized way, without the need for expertise in cognitive test administration might be particularly helpful in mild traumatic brain injury (TBI), where objective measures are needed. Functional near infrared spectroscopy (fNIRS) is a reliable technique to noninvasively measure local… (More)

—Imperfect channel estimation (ICE) can severely degrade the bit error rate (BER) of digital modulations with maximum ratio combining (MRC) diversity reception. The resulting performance analysis problem in its most general setting has not been addressed before. In this paper, the effect of ICE on the BER of an arbitrary square/rectangular Gray-coded… (More)

A sub-1-V CMOS voltage reference, which takes advantage of summing the gate-source voltages of two NMOS transistors operating in saturation region, is presented. Both transistors are working below zero temperature coefficient point and thus the voltage reference is able to operate with low supply voltage. The circuit is implemented in a standard 0.18-µm… (More)

When a diode-connected MOS transistor is biased with a PTAT current source, the gate-source voltage of such transistor can be temperature independent. Based on this idea a circuit is designed and implemented in a standard 0.18-µm CMOS technology. The simulations show that the output voltage of this reference has the temperature coefficient of 4 ppm/ • C in… (More)

— In this paper, we derive a general expression for the bit error rate (BER) performance of an arbitrary square/rectangular Gray-coded quadratic amplitude modulation (QAM) scheme. This general formula requires a number of conditional probabilities which we derive in closed-form for independent and nonidentically distributed (i.n.d.) Rayleigh fading… (More)

The transconductance characteristics of MOS transistors realized in 0.18 p n CMOS technology have B zero-temperature coefticient (ZTC) bias point. The presence of this point influences performance of both analog and digital circuits. The offset voltage drift in a saurce-coupled differential pair strongly increases, if the transistor drain currents are equal… (More)

A new approach to trace the dynamic patterns of task-based functional connectivity, by combining signal segmentation, dynamic time warping (DTW), and Quality Threshold (QT) clustering techniques, is presented. Electroencephalography (EEG) signals of 5 healthy subjects were recorded as they performed an auditory oddball and a visual modified oddball tasks.… (More)

- Laleh Najafizadeh, Chendong Zhu, Ramkumar Krithivasan, John D. Cressler, Yan Cui, Guofu Niu +4 others
- 2006

— We present the first investigation of the optimal implementation of SiGe BiCMOS precision voltage references for extreme temperature range applications (+120 o C to-180 o C and below). We have developed and fabricated two unique Ge profiles optimized specifically for cryogenic operation, and for the first time compare the impact of Ge profile shape on… (More)

—A comprehensive investigation of the effects of proton irradiation on the performance of SiGe BiCMOS precision voltage references intended for extreme environment operational conditions is presented. The voltage reference circuits were designed in two distinct SiGe BiCMOS technology platforms (first generation (50 GHz) and third generation (200 GHz)) in… (More)

We describe a novel reconstruction algorithm based on Principal Component Analysis (PCA) applied to multi-spectral imaging data. Using numerical phantoms, based on a two layered skin model developed previously, we found analytical expressions, which convert qualitative PCA results into quantitative blood volume and oxygenation values, assuming the epidermal… (More)