Pierre Gandolfo

Pierre Gandolfo
TrIP-Sen · RF

Master of Engineering

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Introduction
- Wireless (WLAN, WPAN, WBAN, RADAR, wake-up radio, RTLS, 3D-ToF) - DC motor (sensored/sensorless BLDC, PMSM, SVPWM, FOC, Bipolar stepper, matrix converter, Space Vector) - Soft-switching power converters and energy harvesters (LLC resonant, ACF, dual-buck, piezo transformer) - 3D-ToF/LiDAR, Compressive sensing, Spiking Neural Networks (SNN), OxRAM, GalliumNitride (GaN) HEMT, Hadamard code and chiplet, Silicon on Insulator, Silicon qubit, Quantum dot, Spin-Orbit coupling

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Publications (16)
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1.0 Summary Intersil Corporation is opposed to the changes in the Commission's Notice of Proposed Rule Making (ET Docket 99-231) which will permit wider channel widths for Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum (FHSS) systems. Such systems will pose a considerable interference threat to other users of the spectrum. Further, these Wide Band Frequency Hop...
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Modular, reconfigurable and cognitive microsystem for the monitoring and remote control of smart communicating objects
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Bluetooth Smart (Low Energy) waveform uses a Gaussian Minimum Shift Keying (GMSK) modulation scheme while Zigbee is based on Offset QPSK (O-QPSK) with half-sine pulse shaping, which is similar to GMSK but with the removal of the Gaussian shaping filter. As such, it is possible to easily support both standards through the use of a reconfigurable tra...
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Active inductor oscillator
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This paper describes an IEEE 802.15.4a-based UWB-IR system realization suited for use in body area network, with a focus on telemedicine applications. Given its intrinsic properties, IEEE802.15.4a meets all requirements for remote healthcare quite nicely: low electromagnetic pollution allowing operation within close proximity from the body, no inte...
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IEEE 802.15.4a UWB-IR transceiver implementation
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This paper describes an IEEE 802.15.4a-based UWB-IR system realization suited for use in body area network (BAN) applications, with a focus on telemedicine applications. The system has lower complexity and power consumption compared to existing systems intended to similar applications since its receiver is based on a non-coherent approach, using in...
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UWB-IR (Ultrawideband Impulse-Radio) radio architecture
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System and method of communication between multiple point-coordinated wireless networks
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In recent years, there have been a number of MAC protocols proposed to efficiently handle prioritized and parameterized QoS based traffic. In this paper, we intend to review two of the most popular ones: IEEE802.11e draft D3.0 versus IEEE802.15.3 draft D0D. We will first review the main characteristics and specificities of these two MAC protocols b...
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802.15.3 Overview-High Rate WPAN Standard.] 802.15.3 Overview – High Rate WPAN Standard for 1394 Trade Association
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To accommodate these time-sensitive applications, one should adopt a more service-oriented Wireless LAN/Wireless PAN MAC protocol, which would specify provisions for a parameterized Quality of Service (QoS) in which guaranteed data rate, BER, latency and jitter (delay variance) parameters are negotiated and agreed upon between a client node and the...
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In the United States, IEEE-802.11a development was motivated by the Federal Communications Commission's January 1997 amendment reserving 300 MHz of spectrum in the 5.2-GHz band (5.15 to 5.25 GHz, 5.25 to 5.35 GHz and 5.725 to 5.825 GHz) for exclusive use by a new category of unlicensed equipment, called Unlicensed National Information Infrastructur...
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In NPRM (ET Docket 99-231), the FCC proposed to amend the rules for Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum (FHSS) radios operating in the 2.45 GHz ISM band. Proposed rule changes include reduced transmit power levels and faster hop rates for Wide Band Frequency Hopping (WBFH) radios operating on 3 MHz or 5 MHz wide channels. The impact of proposed power...
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The effect of using overlapping channels for wide band frequency hopping (WBFH) systems as proposed in a recent Commission Notice of Proposed Rule Making (NPRM ET Docket 99-231) is studied. Measured data indicating that the use of such channels will actually increase interference among WBFH systems is presented. Basic principles of non-coherent fre...
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Most of the RF communication transceivers manufactured today utilize some variant of the conventional superheterodyne approach. The receiver is usually implemented with a collection of discrete component filters and various technologies such as gallium arsenide, silicon bipolar and CMOS. The integration of all the transceiver functions onto a singl...

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