Robert Reutemann

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A low-power receiver circuit in 32 nm SOI CMOS is presented, which is intended to be used in a source-synchronous link configuration. The design of the receiver was optimized for power owing to the assumption that a link protocol enables a periodic calibration during which the circuit does not have to deliver valid data. In addition, it is shown that the(More)
Electronic data transfer by capacitive and galvanic coupling through the human body has been proposed by research and industry as a novel but highly promising technology for ultra low power wireless body LANs. Investigation on the most challenging questions considering data communication becomes enabled with a highly versatile measurement system for(More)
Chiara Martelli,2 Robert Reutemann3 Christian Benkeser, no HBF is used. In all three modes, the last FIR filter is used for Qiuting Huang'2, matched filtering. In the UMTS mode, root-raised cosine matched filtering employs all 63 taps and its throughput must be 'Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH), Zurich, Switzerland 15.36MS/s. To ease the burden(More)
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