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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.
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
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