Doohwan Jung received the Best Paper Award at the 2019 IEEE Custom Integrated Circuits Conference. The conference was held April 14-17 in Austin, Texas. Jung is a Ph.D. student in the Georgia Tech School of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE), where he is a member of the Georgia Tech Electronics and Micro-System (GEMS) Lab
The title of Jung’s award-winning paper is “A 1.2 V Single Supply Hybrid Current-/Voltage-Mode Three-Way Digital Doherty PA with Built-In Large-Signal Phase Compensation Achieving Less-Than 5 AM-PM.” The paper presents a new Doherty power amplifier architecture that improves large-signal linearity and achieves efficiency enhancement at deep power back-off. This technique will help preserve signal integrity and maintain high power efficiency in high data-rate wireless communication.
Jung's coauthors on the paper are Jongseok Park, Sensen Li, Tzu-Yuan Huang, Haun Zhao, and his Ph.D. advisor Hua Wang, who is an ECE associate professor and the GEMS Lab director.
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Last revised May 22, 2019