Sabatino, Nicolò

Grant Holder

He was born in Pavia in 1984. He achieved bachelor and master degree in eletronics engineering (University of Pavia) in 2005 and 2008 respectively. During his thesis activities He worked on a LNA for UWB applications (2005) and an All-Digital PLL for Serial Interface applications (2008).

In 2009 He recived a grant from the University of Pavia (Dept. of Electronics) to research and develop, in collaboration with STMicroeletronics (Studio di Microelettronica), an high order & performance Gm-C LPF for 60GHz transceiver base-band.


CONTACT

E-mail: nicolo.sabatino@unipv.it


PUBLICATIONS

2014

  • [DOI] N. Sabatino, G. Minoia, M. Roche, D. Baldi, E. Temporiti, and A. Mazzanti, “A 5th order gm-C low-pass filter with +-3% cut-off frequency accuracy and 220MHz to 3.3GHz tuning-range in 28nm LP CMOS,” in European Solid State Circuits Conference (ESSCIRC), ESSCIRC 2014 – 40th, 2014, pp. 351-354.
    [Bibtex]
    @INPROCEEDINGS{2014Sabatino,
      author = {Sabatino, N. and Minoia, G. and Roche, M. and Baldi, D. and Temporiti,
      E. and Mazzanti, A.},
      title = {A 5th order gm-C low-pass filter with +-3% cut-off frequency accuracy
      and 220MHz to 3.3GHz tuning-range in 28nm LP CMOS},
      booktitle = {European Solid State Circuits Conference (ESSCIRC), ESSCIRC 2014
      - 40th},
      year = {2014},
      pages = {351-354},
      month = {Sept},
      doi = {10.1109/ESSCIRC.2014.6942094},
      issn = {1930-8833},
      keywords = {CMOS integrated circuits;UHF filters;UHF integrated circuits;VHF filters;calibration;field
      effect MMIC;integrated circuit design;low-pass filters;low-power
      electronics;microwave filters;power aware computing;5th order gm-C
      low-pass filter;LP CMOS technology;SNR;THD;calibration circuits;cut-off
      frequency accuracy;frequency 220 MHz to 3.3 GHz;gain control;integrator
      design;low power CMOS technology;master-slave approach;negative resistors;power
      5 mW to 30 mW;power dissipation scaling;size 28 nm;transconductance},
      timestamp = {2015.03.04}
    }