Sander Weinreb

Electrical Engineering California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA 
Electronics and Electrical Engineering, Astronomy and Astrophysics
"Sander Weinreb"
Weinreb, Sander, A digital spectral analysis technique and its application to radio astronomy, Thesis (Ph. D.)--Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Dept. of Electrical Engineering, 1963.

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Jerome Bert Wiesner grad student 1963 MIT
 (A digital spectral analysis technique and its application to radio astronomy.)


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Joseph C. Bardin grad student 2009 Caltech
Glenn E. Jones grad student 2010 Caltech
Ahmed H. Akgiray grad student 2013 Caltech
Damon S. Russell grad student 2013 Caltech
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Bardin JC, Weinreb S. (2010) A DC-4 GHz 270Ω differential SiGe low-noise amplifier for cryogenic applications European Microwave Week 2010: Connecting the World, Eumic 2010 - Conference Proceedings. 186-189
Bardin JC, Weinreb S. (2009) A 0.15 GHz cryogenic SiGe MMIC LNA Ieee Microwave and Wireless Components Letters. 19: 407-409
Bardin JC, Weinreb S. (2008) Experimental cryogenic modeling and noise of SiGe HBTs Ieee Mtt-S International Microwave Symposium Digest. 459-462
Bardin JC, Weinreb S. (2008) A 0.5-20GHz quadrature downconverter Proceedings of the Ieee Bipolar/Bicmos Circuits and Technology Meeting. 186-189
Weinreb S, Bardin JC, Mani H. (2007) Design of cryogenic SiGe low-noise amplifiers Ieee Transactions On Microwave Theory and Techniques. 55: 2306-2312
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