Outmane Lemtiri Chlieh Receives 2012 IEEE MTT-S BS/MS Scholarship

Outmane Lemtiri Chlieh
Press release excerpt:

A master’s degree student in John Papapolymerou’s research group, Mr. Chlieh works with CMOS Ultra-Wide-Band Active Baluns, an RF device that can convert a differential signal at the input to a single ended signal at the output. The advantage of active baluns compared to passive ones is that they provide some positive gain in order to compensate for any eventual loss, and CMOS offers the possibility of shrinking the size of a chip so that it can be used in a variety of applications.

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