The Integrated Circuits Design Laboratory (LCCI), located in the Department of Electrical and Computer Enginnering of Universidade Federal da Bahia, Salvador, Brazil hasI provided infrastructure for training undergraduate and graduate students in Analog and RF Integrated Circuits. Some of our major research topics include MOS modelling and design of analog and RF circuits, especially current-mode analog filters, sigma-delta converters, RF amplifier, automatic impedance matching systems and lower power and batteryless transceivers.
PhD candidate Antônio José Sobrinho De Sousa successfully presented his thesis entitled "Arquiteturas de Multiplicador Analógico em Tecnologia CMOS para Aplicação como Sinapse de CNN" on april, 24, 2020.
PhD candidate Gabriele Costa Gonçalves successfully presented her thesis entitled "Análise de Distorção em Multiplicadores Analógicos" on february, 17, 2020.
PhD student Volker Kible's paper entitled "Quadrature Block for UHF Reflection Coefficient Measurements Using a Directional Coupler and Injection Locking" was published in the january, 2020 issue of the IEEE Transacitons on Instrumentation and Measurement.
MSc student Ramón Martinez Homs Neto's paper entitled A Batteryless Full-Duplex Radio Transceiver for Sensors. was awarded the best paper in the Chip in Sampa, 4th INSCIT - The International Symposium on Instrumentation Systems, Circuits and Transducers, held in São Paulo, Brazil, from august 26 to 30, 2019.