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Volume 11, Issue 4 - Dec 2007
Volume 11, Issue 3 - Sep 2007
Volume 11, Issue 2 - Jun 2007
Volume 11, Issue 1 - Mar 2007
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Analysis of the electrical characteristics of HV-MOSFET under various temperature
Koo, Yong-Seo ;
Journal of IKEEE, volume 11, issue 3, 2007, Pages 95~99
In this study, the electrical characteristics of Symmetric and Asymmetric High Voltage MOSFET(HV-MOSFET) under high temperature were investigated. And, the specific on-resistance, threshold voltage, transconductance, drain current of the HV-MOSFETs were measured over a temperatures range of 300K
400K. From the result of measured data, specific on-resistance increases slightly with increasing temperature. Especially, at high temperature(at 400K) specific on-resistance was increased about 30% than that in room temperature. And, in high temperature condition (at 400K), drain current was decreased about 30%, Also, transconductance(gm) was decreases with increasing temperature.
A Study On The Optimum Node Deployment In The Wireless Sensor Network System
Choi, Weon-Gap ; Park, Hyung-Moo ;
Journal of IKEEE, volume 11, issue 3, 2007, Pages 100~107
One of the fundamental problems in wireless sensor networks is the efficient deployment of sensor nodes. The Fuzzy C-Means(FCM) clustering algorithm is proposed to determine the optimum location and minimum number of sensor nodes for the specific application space. We performed a simulation and a experiment using two rectangular and one L shape area. We found the minimum number of sensor nodes for the complete coverage of modeled area, and discovered the optimum location of each nodes. The real deploy experiment using sensor nodes shows the 94.6%, 92.2% and 95.7% error free communication rate respectively.
A Study on Arterial Characterization by using Up-stroke Time of Photoplethysmogram
Byeon, M.K. ; Han, S.W. ; Huh, W. ;
Journal of IKEEE, volume 11, issue 3, 2007, Pages 108~116
This paper proposed an analyzable parameter and its analytic method to provide more accurate information than currently employed 4 channels system which uses pulse wave velocity (PWV) information of the volume pulse wave measured from 4 arterial channels for the characterization of arterial vessel. In order to verify the volume pulse waves on 4 sites were simultaneously acquired subjects aged from 12 to 81 years old. and the proposed parameters were extracted from time (UT) was then compared with blood pressure. Then, the regression analyses were done relationships among the proposed parameter and others, such as aging, pulse transit time pressure (BP). The followings are the results of linear regression analysis of the proposed parameter for total 50 normal subjects. We selected any two subjects (58 years and 27 years) and measured PPG (photoplethysmogram) and BP of before and after exercise. The coefficient of correlations between BP and UT observed was -0.928 for 50 years subject, and -0.922 for 20 years subject. For total 50 normal subjects, in case of correlation between the pulse transit time and BP, the result showed -0.170 on left side and -0.233 on right side, and the coefficient value of correlation between the pulse transit time and UT was -0.607 on left side and -0.510 on right side. UI is strongly correlated with the pulse transit time than BP. Hence, we believe that the proposed parameter is related with the index of arterial stiffness.
Micro/Millimeter-wave Photonic Pulse Train Generation by using Low-Speed Electronics and Optical Repetition Rate Multiplication
Lee, J.M. ; Seo, D.S. ;
Journal of IKEEE, volume 11, issue 3, 2007, Pages 117~121
20 GHz and 40 GHz micro/millimeter-wave photonic pulse trains have been generated from a fiber ring laser with a semiconductor optical amplifier (SOA) by injecting 2 GHz gain-switched Fabry-Perot laser diode (GS-FPLD) output. To achieve efficient cross-gain modulation in the SOA at 20 GHz and 40 GHz, individual lasing modes of the 2 GHz GS-FPLD output separated to 25 and 50 picoseconds respectively by passing dispersion compensating fibers.
A Design of LC-tuned Sinusoidal VCOs Using OTA-C Active Inductors
Chung, Won-Sup ; Son, Sang-Hee ;
Journal of IKEEE, volume 11, issue 3, 2007, Pages 122~128
Sinusoidal voltage-controlled oscillators (VCOs) based on Colpitts and Hartley oscillators are presented. They consist of a LC parallel-tuned circuit connected in a negative-feedback loop with an OTA-R amplifier and two diode limiters, where the inductor is simulated one realized with temperature-stable linear operational transconductance amplifiers (OTAs) and a grounded capacitor. Prototype VCOs are built with discrete components. The Colpitts VCO exhibits less than 1% nonlinearity in its current-to-frequency transfer characteristic from 4.2 to 21.7 MHz and
temperature drift of frequency over 0 to
. The total harmonic distortion (THD) is as low as 2.92% with a peak-to-peak amplitude of 0.7 V for a frequency-tuning range of 10.8-32 MHz. The Hartley VCO has the temperature drift and THD of two times higher than those of the Colpitts VCO.