Experienced Mixed Signal Design Engineer with a demonstrated history of working in the semiconductors industry. Skilled in Data Conversion, Analog Circuit Design, CMOS and Mixed Signal. Strong engineering professional with a Master's degree focused in Electronics Engineering from Ain Shams University.
35 years mixed signal SoC, ASIC, and FPGA design and management experience. Concertal provides rapid functional IP integration using proprietary System Design Automation technology that includes delivery of RTOS capable fabric that supports loosely coupled HW operation including IP NbC (Network beyond the Chip). IP areas of expertise include common interfaces, data converters, modulators, digital filters, DSP, processors, FSM, and other custom specified functionality.
Hugo Hernández received his B.S. degree in Electronic Engineering from The Industrial University of Santander, Colombia in 2005 and M.S. degree in Electrical Engineering from Polytechnic School of the University of São Paulo (EPUSP), Brazil in 2008. Hugo obtained his Ph.D degree in Electrical Engineering from University of São Paulo in 2015. He was Mixed Signal IC designer at LSITEC and DFCHIP (Brazil) where worked for 8 years, and Pos-doc of the Universidad de Sao Paulo in collaboration with ALICE-CERN as analog IC designer in the SAMPA ASIC project. He was Adjunct Professor of the Control and Automation course at the Engineering Institute (CUVG) of UFMT for 2 years. He is currently Adjunct Professor of the Department of Electrical Engineering of the Federal University of Minas Gerais (UFMG).
Adjunct professor at Federal University of Itajuba in Itabira, Brazil. Experience in the design of Analog and RF integrated circuits.
Current iOS Programmer, EE with decade of physical design experience in mixed signal - worked on POWER architecture PLLS.
I'm a double-degree PhD candidate at University of São Paulo and Communauté Université Grenoble-Alpes with experience in analog/RF design and layouting at integrated technologies and interposers, with experience in slow-wave devices.
I have been a Professor in The Dept. of Electronics and Communication, College of Engineering, Guindy (CEG), Anna University, Chennai, India and I have retired last year after being on the faculty of this University for twenty eight years. I continue to teach courses as a Guest Faculty in the same Dept. at CEG, Anna University in the areas of Analog, Mixed Signal, RF and Communication Systems and IC Design. I have supervised student teams in building Small Satellites (Avionics subsystems) and also CMOS IC Designs. I have also supervised Masters and Doctoral thesis in the areas of GPS (baseband), uP Clock PLLs and CDRs, RF LNAs, and resonant sensors.
RF/Analog IC design and SOC
I am the founder of Aurifex Labs LLC. I have a degree in EE and have a strong interest in computer architecture, but have been a software developer/entrepreneur professionally. I also have a little audio DSP background. I created Prospero.Live, a collaborative software development platform.
I am a EE with decades of experience in multiple disciples including analog, RF, bio-engineering, embedded systems design, ... a long list. I've had a long career and am fortunate to be able to follow my interest where ever they might be.
IC designer with more than 25 years post Ph.D. experience. Specialising in RF, RFIC, analog and mixed-signal. Wide experience in Architecture, system and circuit design. RF front-end module design for cellular with CMOS PA. Over 40 patents issued.
Digital Systems and Software Engineer (formerly in management VP and Director of engineering).
I started my passion a year ago, I was supposed to do my radio-ham license but it has been postponed. So in the meantime instead of just waiting I started to learn about signal processing. I bought an SDR, built my antenna a (double cross), then I bought a yagi 70cm - 2m. I also designed my upconverter to be able to get a bunch of different ranges that my SDR would not catch. I'm now building a cubesat Simulator. Using a raspberry pi and an STM32.
RF/Analog IC Designer. Experience in design of transmitter and receiver lineups and circuit design in the RF, analog and mixed-signal domains. Background includes LNA and PA driver design in CMOS up to 30 GHz, CTSDM ADC and wide-BW OTA design. Experienced in sampled and continuous-time filter synthesis. Proficient in CMOS design in the moderate-inversion regime. More recent work includes design of Feedback Receivers for cellular handset TX linearization and power control, and most recently a 28 GHz wideband, tuned TX driver block.