Anders Nejdel was born in Borås, Sweden in 1987. He received the MSc degree in Electrical Engineering in 2011 and the PhD degree in Circuit Design from Lund University in 2015.
During his PhD studies, he focused on the design of configurable analog and RF integrated circuits for wireless communication. Since 2015, he is a postdoctoral researcher at MAPCI and at the dept. of Electrical and Information technology (EIT), Lund, working with energy harvesting in massive MIMO systems. During the spring and summer of 2014 he was an intern at Marvell Semiconductor, Pavia, Italy, designing circuits for 4G. His research interests are analog and RF IC design in CMOS technologies.
Some recent publications:
- Anders Nejdel, Henrik Sjöland and Markus Törmänen, “A Noise-Cancelling Receiver Front-End with Frequency Selective Input Matching”, IEEE Journal of Solid-State Circuits, Vol. 50, No. 5, pp.1137-1147, 2015
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- Anders Nejdel, Xiaodong Liu, Mattias Palm, Lars Sundström, Markus Törmänen, Henrik Sjöland, Pietro Andreani, ”A 0.6-3 GHz 65 nm CMOS Radio Receiver with ΔΣ-based A/D-Converting Channel-Select Filters”, IEEE European Solid-State Circuits Conference, 2015, pp. 229-302
[http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/<wbr />xpl/articleDetails.jsp?<wbr />arnumber=7313886]
- Anders Nejdel, Mohammed Abdulaziz, Markus Törmänen, Henrik Sjöland, “A Positive Feedback Passive Mixer-First Receiver Front-End”, IEEE Symposium on Radio Frequency Integrated Circuits, 2015, pp. 79-82.
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