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Filip Maksimovic, Ph.D. 2017

Electrical Engineering
Advisor: Prof. Pister
Research Interests: Radio frequency integrated circuits Wireless Communication Low power monolithic integration

BIOGRAPHY
Filip received the B.S. degree in Electrical Engineering and the B.S. degree in Aerospace Engineering from the University of Colorado at Boulder. He joined the Berkeley Sensor and Actuator Center in 2013 as a member of Professor Kris Pister's research group. He works on radio frequency integrated circuit design for the single chip mote project.

Single Chip Mote [BPN803]
To exploit the true potential of ubiquitous connectivity at scale, wireless nodes in
a sensor network need to have a long lifetime and low cost. To reduce the cost of a sensor
node, complete system integration is needed, including communication, computation, sensing, and
power management on a single integrated circuit with zero external components. Therefore, a
Single Chip Mote sensor node is being developed that is intended to operate from harvested
energy stored in an integrated printed battery. Low-power wireless communication plays a key
role in extending the lifetime of a wireless sensor due to high active power consumption of
the radio in comparison to the rest of the node. Traditional transceiver architectures also
require off-chip components such as crystal oscillators and passives, which must be eliminated
in order to enable a completely monolithic solution. The elimination of external components,
combined with reduction in transceiver power consumption, will truly enable perpetual operation
of wireless nodes at low-cost and hence realize the vision of ubiquitous connectivity at scale.


Current Active Projects:
BPN803
 

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