Kenneth R. Laker

Professor
Electrical and Systems Engineering (ESE)

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Honors and Awards:  Emberson Award of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers - 2004

Research Expertise: Circuits | VLSI | Microelectronics

Ken's research is in mixed mode integrated circuit design and testing. He focuses on high performance, low-power data acquisition and RF systems, which have many important applications and present challenging obstacles for design, implementation and testing. The primary areas of research are: the development of architectures that enable the realization of high dynamic range requirements when implemented in low voltage technologies; the exploration of distributed and parallel architectures that expand the signal bandwidth available in over sampled analog-to-digital converters; switched capacitor systems; and the development of robust test methodologies for mixed-signal and RFICs.

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