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Hitachi America, Ltd.


Hitachi America, Ltd., Research & Development

Hitachi Stanford Day

February 11, 2002 - Hitachi America, Ltd. and Stanford University recently held their 16th annual conference with Dr. Michiharu Nakamura and Mr. Eiichi Amada as main guest speakers.

Event Program

Session I - Device and LSI Technologies for Wireless/Wired Networks

CISX 101 Auditorium Greeting and Opening Remarks
- Dr. Richard Dasher, CIS Executive Director - Prof. Robert Dutton, CIS Director of Research - Dr. Michiharu Nakamura, President of Research Development Group, Hitachi, Ltd.

A 175mV Multiply-Accumulate Unit Using an Adaptive Supply Voltage and Body Bias (ASB) Architecture
- Masayuki Miyazaki, System LSI Department, Hitachi Central Research Laboratory (CRL)

A 2.4-GHz RF Transceiver with Digital Channel-Selection filter for Bluetooth
- Masaru Kokubo, Communication Systems Research Department

Adaptive Supply Serial Links with Sub-1V Operation and Per-pin Clock Recovery
- Jaeha Kim, Stanford Ph.D. Candidate

Single-Chip 5.8GHz Electronic-Toll-Collection Transceiver IC with PLL and Demodulation Circuits
- Toru Masuda, ULSI Research Department, CRL

A CMOS RF Power Amplifier with Parallel Amplification for Efficient Power Control
- Alireza Shirvani, Stanford Ph.D. Candidate

A 133-MHz 170-mW 10-uA Standby Application Processor for 3G Cellular Phones
- Tetsuya Yamada, System LSI Research Department, CRL

Cartesian Feedback for RF Power Amplifier Linearization
- Joel Dawson, Stanford Ph.D. Candidate

Session II - EE201B Seminar Dr. Michiharu Nakamura and Mr. Eiichi Amada

Skilling Auditorium, with Reception to follow at CIS Introduction by Dr. Richard Dasher

Hitachi R&D as the Best Solution Partner - Challenges in the 21st Century
- Dr. Michiharu Nakamura, Corporate Officer, President of Research and Development Group, Hitachi, Ltd.

Connecting Automobiles to the Internet through Car Information System
- Mr. Eiichi Amada, Senior Vice President and Chief Technology Officer, Research and Development Division, HitachiAmerica, Ltd.

Reception at the Center for Integrated Systems