Paul Leroux
Paul Leroux
Professor, KU Leuven, Electrical Engineering (ESAT), Advanced Integrated Sensing Lab
Verified email at kuleuven.be
TitleCited byYear
A 0.8-dB NF ESD-Protected 9-mW CMOS LNA operating at 1.23 GHz [for GPS receiver]
P Leroux, J Janssens, M Steyaert
IEEE Journal of Solid-State Circuits 37 (6), 760-765, 2002
1362002
Low-voltage low-power CMOS-RF transceiver design
MSJ Steyaert, B De Muer, P Leroux, M Borremans, K Mertens
IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques 50 (1), 281-287, 2002
1222002
Analysis of an indoor biomedical radar-based system for health monitoring
M Mercuri, PJ Soh, G Pandey, P Karsmakers, GAE Vandenbosch, ...
IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques 61 (5), 2061-2068, 2013
1092013
High-performance 5.2 GHz LNA with on-chip inductor to provide ESD protection
P Leroux, M Steyaert
Electronics Letters 37 (7), 467-469, 2001
1012001
A 1.7 mW 11b 1–1–1 MASH ΔΣ time-to-digital converter
Y Cao, P Leroux, W De Cock, M Steyaert
2011 IEEE International Solid-State Circuits Conference, 480-482, 2011
832011
A 0.8 dB NF ESD-protected 9 mW CMOS LNA
P Leroux, J Janssens, M Steyaert
2001 IEEE International Solid-State Circuits Conference. Digest of Technical …, 2001
682001
A 63,000 Q-factor relaxation oscillator with switched-capacitor integrated error feedback
Y Cao, P Leroux, W De Cock, M Steyaert
2013 IEEE International Solid-State Circuits Conference Digest of Technical …, 2013
652013
Embedded DSP-based telehealth radar system for remote in-door fall detection
C Garripoli, M Mercuri, P Karsmakers, PJ Soh, G Crupi, ...
IEEE journal of biomedical and health informatics 19 (1), 92-101, 2014
602014
1-1-1 MASHTime-to-Digital Converters With 6 ps Resolution and Third-Order Noise-Shaping
Y Cao, W De Cock, M Steyaert, P Leroux
IEEE journal of solid-state circuits 47 (9), 2093-2106, 2012
592012
LNA-ESD co-design for fully integrated CMOS wireless receivers
P Leroux, M Steyaert
Springer Science & Business Media, 2006
542006
SFCW microwave radar for in-door fall detection
M Mercuri, D Schreurs, P Leroux
2012 IEEE Topical Conference on Biomedical Wireless Technologies, Networks …, 2012
442012
A fully-integrated GPS receiver front-end with 40 mW power consumption
M Steyaert, P Coppejans, W De Cock, P Leroux, P Vancorenland
2002 IEEE International Solid-State Circuits Conference. Digest of Technical …, 2002
402002
A 5 GHz CMOS low-noise amplifier with inductive ESD protection exceeding 3 kV HBM
P Leroux, M Steyaert
Proceedings of the 30th European Solid-State Circuits Conference, 295-298, 2004
332004
Automatic in-door fall detection based on microwave radar measurements
P Karsmakers, T Croonenborghs, M Mercuri, D Schreurs, P Leroux
2012 9th European Radar Conference, 202-205, 2012
312012
Geometry and strain dependence of the proton radiation behavior of MuGFET devices
S Put, E Simoen, N Collaert, C Claeys, M Van Uffelen, P Leroux
IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science 54 (6), 2227-2232, 2007
302007
A 1.3 dB NF CMOS LNA for GPS with 3kV HBM ESD-protection
P Leroux, M Steyaert, V Vassilev, G Groeseneken
Proceedings of the 28th European Solid-State Circuits Conference, 335-338, 2002
292002
Influence of fin width on the total dose behavior of p-channel bulk MuGFETs
S Put, E Simoen, M Jurczak, M Van Uffelen, P Leroux, C Claeys
IEEE electron device letters 31 (3), 243-245, 2010
282010
A 4.5 MGy TID-tolerant CMOS bandgap reference circuit using a dynamic base leakage compensation technique
Y Cao, W De Cock, M Steyaert, P Leroux
IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science 60 (4), 2819-2824, 2013
272013
Comparison of a 65 nm CMOS ring-and LC-oscillator based PLL in terms of TID and SEU sensitivity
J Prinzie, J Christiansen, P Moreira, M Steyaert, P Leroux
IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science 64 (1), 245-252, 2016
242016
Optimized SFCW radar sensor aiming at fall detection in a real room environment
M Mercuri, PJ Soh, L Boccia, D Schreurs, GAE Vandenbosch, P Leroux, ...
2013 IEEE Topical Conference on Biomedical Wireless Technologies, Networks …, 2013
212013
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