Ph.D Theses (some)

 

Bipul Agarwal

Analog ICs in a transferred-substrate HBT technology (1998).

(1.7 MB)

poles_thesis_2.pdf

 

Scott Allen:

Subpicosecond Electrical Pulse Generation and Sampling, Schottky Collector RTDs (1994)

(1.76 MB)

Allen_thesis.pdf

 

Uddalak Bhattacharya:

Transferred-Substrate HBTs (1996)

(700 kB)

Bhattacharya_thesis.pdf

 

Michael Case:

Nonlinear transmission lines for step and impulse generation (1993)

(2.07 MB)

Case_thesis.pdf

 

Mattias Dahlstrom

Ultra High Speed InP Heterojunction Bipolar Transistors (2003)

(4.79 MB)

MattiasThesis.pdf

 

Yinga Dong:

Epitaxial growth and implantation techniques for Collector capacitance reduction in InP HBTs (2004),

(1.2 MB)

Dong_thesis.pdf

 

Kirk Giboney:

Traveling Wave Photodetectors (1995)

(1.76 MB)

giboney_dissertation.pdf

 

Zach Griffith:

150 GHz Static Frequency Dividers, Ultra high frequency Heterojunction Bipolar Transistors (2005).

griffith_thesis_2.0_10162005.PDF

 

James Guthrie:

HBTs on a copper-polymer substrate for aggressive wiring parasitic reduction, millimeter-wave amplifier ICs (2000),

jamesthesis.pdf

 

Shrinivasan Jaganathan:

18-GHz-clock-rate delta-sigma oversampled ADCs in the transferred-substrate HBT process (AD 2000).

jaganathan_thesis.pdf

 

Karthik Krishnamurthy:

Broadband Power Amplifiers using Gallium Nitrite HEMTs (2000)

Download as Acrobat 3.0 file

 

Sundararajan Krishnan:

8 Ghz clock rate oversampled Analog-digital converters, InP double heterojunction bipolar transistors (2002),

sundararajan_thesis.pdf

 

Qinghung (Michelle) Lee :

Submicron transferred-substrate HBTs with >800 GHz extrapolated fmax (1999),

lee_thesis.pdf

 

Thomas Mathew:

High Speed HBT Digital ICs (2001),

mathew_thesis.pdf

 Dino Mensa :

High-ft transferred-substrate HBTs (1999),

(1.3 MB)

Dino_Thesis.pdf

 

Vamsi Paidi:

Low-Distortion class B power amplifiers in Gallium Nitride, 140-220 GHz medium-power amplifiers in InP DHBT (2004),

(1.2 MB)

Paidi_Thesis.pdf

 

Navin Parthasarthay:

InP heterojuction bipolar transistors with Triple-implanted collector pedestal structures for reduced collector junction parasitic capacitance (2007, accepted posthumously).

parthasarathy_thesis.pdf

 

Raja Pullela:

Digital ICs in the transferred-substrate HBT technology (1998),

(1.2 MB)

rajas_thesis.pdf

 

Madhukar Reddy:

InGaAs/AlAs Schottky-Collector Resonant Tunnel Diodes,

Monolithic Array Oscillators to 650 GHz

(1.1 MB)

madhu_thesis.pdf

 

Mark Rodwell:

Nonlinear Transmission Lines (1988).  Obsolete,  but some useful Courant-style shock-wave math, and a detailed analysis as to why fully-distributed NLTLs are not a good idea.

(1.2 MB)

rodwell_thesis.pdf

 

Munkyo Seo

 (2007) Adapative and blind algorithms for correction of channel-channel imbalance errors in time-interleaved analog-digital converters.  Millimeter-wave imaging sensor networks.

M_Seo_thesis.pdf

 

Miguel Urteaga

 (2003) Deep submicron InGaAs/InAlAs transferred-substrate heterojunction bipolar transistors. 140-220 GHz monolithic amplifiers. Dielectric sidewall processes for manufacturable InGaAs/InP double heterojunction bipolar transistors.

urteaga_Thesis.pdf

 

Yun Wei

Wide Bandwidth Power Heterojunction Bipolar Transistors and Amplifiers (2003)

(2.21 MB)

wei_thesis.pdf

 


Ph.D. Students with theses missing from this web page
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