Ultra low power receiver developed for the EnHANTs project is covered by IEEE Spectrum Nanocast blog, Columbia News, and RFID Journal
An ultra low power receiver developed for the EnHANTs project has been recently featured in the IEEE Spectrum Nanocast blog, Columbia News, and RFID Journal. This work was recently presented by Baradwaj Vigraham at the International Solid State Circuits Conference (ISSCC) in San Francisco, CA. The developed receiver prototype presents a 5-fold improvement in power over state of the art receivers and a fully synchronized UWB receiver link. This enables achieving a raw data rate of 2 Mbps while drawing only 0.75 mW from the supply.
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