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Fabio Filicori

Adjunct Professor

Department of Electrical, Electronic, and Information Engineering "Guglielmo Marconi"

Research

Research activity is mainly aimed at the study of design techniques for electron circuits to be used in telecomunication systems, industrial automation or automotive applications, modelling of electron devices and systems, electronic instrumentation and measurement techniques for the characterization and performance evaluation of electron devices and circuits. In particular, at present the research topics of main interest are the following:

1. Study of power electron converters to be used in industrial and automotive applications (electronic control of welding machines, eletrical drives, electronic fuel injection systems).

2. Formulation and identificatio of non-linear non-quasi static models of high frequency transistors and model implementation into CAD software for microwave circuit design.

3. Development of design techniques for high linearity/high efficiency power amplifiers for radio communications

4. Design methods for low-phase noise voltage controlled oscillators (VCO)

5. Development of non linear noise models, where RF conversion of low-frequency generated (i.e. flicker, G-R, etc.) noise is decribed by large-signal-controlled, ciclostationary equivalent generators at the device ports.

6. Formulation and identification of behavioural models of digital data acquisition systems (i.e. Sample-Hold+ADC conversion) based on a new Volterra-type integral series. 


Research activity is mainly aimed at the study of design techniques for electron circuits to be used in telecomunication systems, industrial automation or automotive applications, modelling of electron devices and systems, electronic instrumentation and measurement techniques for the characterization and performance evaluation of electron devices and circuits. In particular, at present the research topics of main interest are the following:

1. Study of power electron converters to be used in industrial and automotive applications (electronic control of welding machines, eletrical drives, electronic fuel injection systems).

2. Formulation and identificatio of non-linear non-quasi static models of high frequency transistors and model implementation into CAD software for microwave circuit design.

3. Development of design techniques for high linearity/high efficiency power amplifiers for radio communications

4. Design methods for low-phase noise voltage controlled oscillators (VCO)

5. Development of non linear noise models, where RF conversion of low-frequency generated (i.e. flicker, G-R, etc.) noise is decribed by large-signal-controlled, ciclostationary equivalent generators at the device ports.

6. Formulation and identification of behavioural models of digital data acquisition systems (i.e. Sample-Hold+ADC conversion) based on a new Volterra-type integral series.

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