Simone Gambini
Simone Gambini
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Verified email at eecs.berkeley.edu
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A 52 W Wake-Up Receiver With 72 dBm Sensitivity Using an Uncertain-IF Architecture
NM Pletcher, S Gambini, J Rabaey
IEEE Journal of solid-state circuits 44 (1), 269-280, 2008
478*2008
A 90 nm CMOS low-power 60 GHz transceiver with integrated baseband circuitry
C Marcu, D Chowdhury, C Thakkar, JD Park, LK Kong, M Tabesh, Y Wang, ...
IEEE journal of solid-state circuits 44 (12), 3434-3447, 2009
4172009
A 0.013 mm 2 5μW DC-coupled neural signal acquisition IC with 0.5 V supply
R Muller, S Gambini, JM Rabaey
Solid-State Circuits, IEEE Journal of 47 (1), 232-243, 2012
353*2012
A 0.013, 5, DC-Coupled Neural Signal Acquisition IC With 0.5 V Supply
R Muller, S Gambini, JM Rabaey
IEEE Journal of Solid-State Circuits 47 (1), 232-243, 2011
3532011
A minimally invasive 64-channel wireless μECoG implant
R Muller, HP Le, W Li, P Ledochowitsch, S Gambini, T Bjorninen, ...
IEEE Journal of Solid-State Circuits 50 (1), 344-359, 2014
2072014
A 65 μW, 1.9 GHz RF to digital baseband wakeup receiver for wireless sensor nodes
N Pletcher, S Gambini, J Rabaey
2007 IEEE custom integrated circuits conference, 539-542, 2007
1492007
Low-power successive approximation converter with 0.5 V supply in 90 nm CMOS
S Gambini, J Rabaey
IEEE Journal of Solid-State Circuits 42 (11), 2348-2356, 2007
682007
24.1 A miniaturized 64-channel 225μW wireless electrocorticographic neural sensor
R Muller, HP Le, W Li, P Ledochowitsch, S Gambini, T Bjorninen, ...
2014 IEEE International Solid-State Circuits Conference Digest of Technical …, 2014
642014
An implantable 700μW 64-channel neuromodulation IC for simultaneous recording and stimulation with rapid artifact recovery
BC Johnson, S Gambini, I Izyumin, A Moin, A Zhou, G Alexandrov, ...
2017 Symposium on VLSI Circuits, C48-C49, 2017
462017
A fully integrated, 300pJ/bit, dual mode wireless transceiver for cm-range interconnects
S Gambini, J Crossley, E Alon, J Rabaey
VLSI Circuits (VLSIC), 2010 IEEE Symposium on, 31-32, 2010
45*2010
Magnetic relaxation detector for microbead labels
PP Liu, K Skucha, Y Duan, M Megens, J Kim, II Izyumin, S Gambini, ...
IEEE journal of solid-state circuits 47 (4), 1056-1064, 2012
282012
A 10 kPixel CMOS hall sensor array with baseline suppression and parallel readout for immunoassays
S Gambini, K Skucha, PP Liu, J Kim, R Krigel
IEEE journal of solid-state circuits 48 (1), 302-317, 2012
272012
A CMOS 10kpixel baseline-free magnetic bead detector with column-parallel readout for miniaturized immunoassays
S Gambini, K Skucha, P Liu, J Kim, R Krigel, R Mathies, B Boser
2012 IEEE International Solid-State Circuits Conference, 126-128, 2012
262012
A 100KS/s 65dB DR Σ—Δ ADC with 0.65 V supply voltage
S Gambini, J Rabaey
ESSCIRC 2007-33rd European Solid-State Circuits Conference, 202-205, 2007
242007
Design considerations for CMOS-integrated Hall-effect magnetic bead detectors for biosensor applications
K Skucha, S Gambini, P Liu, M Megens, J Kim, BE Boser
Journal of microelectromechanical systems 22 (6), 1327-1338, 2013
212013
Sensitivity analysis for AM detectors
S Gambini, N Pletcher, JM Rabaey
EECS Department, University of California, Berkeley, Tech. Rep. UCB/EECS-2008-31, 2008
202008
A 1 V 250 kpps 90 nm CMOS pulse based transceiver for cm-range wireless communication
D Guermandi, S Gambini, J Rabaey
ESSCIRC 2007-33rd European Solid-State Circuits Conference, 135-138, 2007
192007
Design space exploration for a UMTS front-end exploiting analog platforms
F De Bernarclinis, S Gambini, R Vincis, F Svelto, AS Vincentelli, ...
IEEE/ACM International Conference on Computer Aided Design, 2004. ICCAD-2004 …, 2004
182004
A 1.5 MS/s 6-bit ADC with 0.5 V supply
S Gambini, J Rabaey
2006 IEEE Asian Solid-State Circuits Conference, 47-50, 2006
162006
Feasibility of energy-autonomous wireless microsensors for biomedical applications: Powering and communication
F Goodarzy, ES Skafidas, S Gambini
IEEE reviews in biomedical engineering 8, 17-29, 2014
142014
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