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Bien, Franklin (변영재)

Department
School of Electrical and Computer Engineering(전기전자컴퓨터공학부)
Research Interests
Wireless Power Transfer(WPT), touch screen, finger print, RADAR, RF IC.
Lab
Bien’s Integrated Circuit Design Lab (BICDL)
E-Mail
bien@unist.ac.kr
Website
http://bicdl.unist.ac.kr
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201105Fabrication of a Novel Contactless Switch Using Eddy Current Displacement Sensor for Safer Vehicle Brake SystemKim, Young Su; Choi, Yun Ho; Lee, Jung Min, et alARTICLE397 Fabrication of a Novel Contactless Switch Using Eddy Current Displacement Sensor for Safer Vehicle Brake System
201104Low-Power Technique for SRAM-Based On-Chip Arbitrary-Waveform GeneratorSong, Taejoong; Lee, Sang Min; Park, Jongmin, et alARTICLE348 Low-Power Technique for SRAM-Based On-Chip Arbitrary-Waveform Generator
201101Fully integrated UHF RFID mobile reader with power amplifiers using System-in-Package (SiP)Yang, Hyemin; Kim, Jongmoon; Bien, Franklin, et alARTICLE387 Fully integrated UHF RFID mobile reader with power amplifiers using System-in-Package (SiP)
201010Displacement sensor circuit using eddy current for automobile brakeKim, Y. S.; Choi, Y. H.; Lee, J. M., et alARTICLE342 Displacement sensor circuit using eddy current for automobile brake
201010Multi-level Out-Phasing Amplification Technology for Enhancing Efficiency and Linearity of Linear TransmitterLim, Kyutae; Hu, Joonhoi; Kim, Kwan-Woo, et alARTICLE413
201009Wideband CMOS voltage-controlled oscillator using tunable inductorsKim, Jae Joon; Choi, Jaehyouk; Lee, K. -H., et alARTICLE380 Wideband CMOS voltage-controlled oscillator using tunable inductors
200712An electronic dispersion compensator (EDC) with an analog eye-opening monitor (EOM) for 1.25-Gb/s gigabit passive optical network (GPON) upstream linksBien, Franklin; Kim, Hyoungsoo; de Ginestous, Jean, et alARTICLE369 An electronic dispersion compensator (EDC) with an analog eye-opening monitor (EOM) for 1.25-Gb/s gigabit passive optical network (GPON) upstream links
20071210-Gb/s optical fiber transmission using a fully analog electronic dispersion compensator (EDC) with unclocked decision-feedback equalizationChandramouli, Soumya; Bien, Franklin; Kim, Hyoungsoo, et alARTICLE433 10-Gb/s optical fiber transmission using a fully analog electronic dispersion compensator (EDC) with unclocked decision-feedback equalization
200612A 10-Gb/s reconfigurable CMOS equalizer employing a transition detector-based output monitoring technique for band-limited serial linksBien, Franklin; Kim, Hyoungsoo; Hur, Youngsik, et alARTICLE350 A 10-Gb/s reconfigurable CMOS equalizer employing a transition detector-based output monitoring technique for band-limited serial links
2005110.18-mu m CMOS equalization techniques for 10-Gb/s fiber optical communication linksMaeng, M; Bien, Franklin; Hur, Y, et alARTICLE549 0.18-mu m CMOS equalization techniques for 10-Gb/s fiber optical communication links
200501Equalization and near-end crosstalk (NEXT) noise cancellation for 20-Gb/s 4-PAM backplane serial I/O interconnectionsHur, Y; Maeng, M; Chun, C, et alARTICLE390 Equalization and near-end crosstalk (NEXT) noise cancellation for 20-Gb/s 4-PAM backplane serial I/O interconnections
200410Realization of multigigabit channel equalization and crosstalk cancellation integrated circuitsPelard, C; Gebara, E; Kim, AJ, et alARTICLE329 Realization of multigigabit channel equalization and crosstalk cancellation integrated circuits
2003032.5 Gbit/s/channel laser driver design for four-channel parallel optic transceiver using SiGeBiCMOS technologyKim, YG; Bien, Franklin; Chang, JJ, et alARTICLE439 2.5 Gbit/s/channel laser driver design for four-channel parallel optic transceiver using SiGeBiCMOS technology
200211Four-channel parallel 3.125 Gbit/s/ch/s fibre optic receiver/transmitter chip signal detection circuitChang, JJ; Abrams, M; Kim, Y, et alARTICLE336 Four-channel parallel 3.125 Gbit/s/ch/s fibre optic receiver/transmitter chip signal detection circuit

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