Ramesh Harjani


Research Area: Computer Engineering, VLSI, and Circuits; Communications, Signal Processing, and Networking

4-165 Keller Hall

Area of Expertise:

Analog/ RF circuits for wireless and wired communications, analog signal processing, integrated power electronics


Ph.D., EE, 1989, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA, United States
M.Tech., EE, 1984, Indian Institute of Technology - Delhi, New Delhi, India
B.Tech., EE, 1982, Birla Institute of Technology and Science, Pilani, India


Edgar F. Johnson Professor of Electronic Communications
IEEE Fellow
L.K. Maheshwari Distinguished Alumnus Award, BITS Pilani, Rajasthan 2019
Best paper award,
IEEE European Solid-Circuits Circuits Conference 2018
Keynote speaker,
IEEE Japan-Egypt Conference on Electronics, Communication and Computers, Fukuoka Japan, March 2015
Keynote speaker, IEEE Global Conference on Signal and Information Processing, Atlanta GA, December 2014
Keynote speaker, IEEE International Conference on ASIC, 2013, Shenzhen China, October 2013
Keynote speaker, IEEE Midwest Symposium on Circuits and Systems, Columbus Ohio, August 2013
Keynote speaker, IEEE Asia Pacific Conference on Circuits and Systems, Kuala Lumpur, December 2010


Analog/RF circuits for wireless and wired communications; Sensor interface electronics; Low-power analog circuit design.


A 0.4-1.0GHz, 47MHops/S Frequency Hopped TXR Front-End With 20dB In-Band Blocker Rejection, Naser Mousavi, Zhiheng Wang and Ramesh Harjani, (invited paper) IEEE Journal of Solid-State Circuits, July 2019

A 4GHz Instantaneous Bandwidth Low Squint Phased Array using Sub-Harmonic ILO Based Channelization, Qingrui Meng and Ramesh Harjani, IEEE European Solid-State Circuits, Sept 2018

A Multi-Mode DC-DC Converter for Direct Battery-to-Silicon High Tension Power Delivery in 65nm CMOS, Saurabh Chaubey and Ramesh Harjani, IEEE Custom Integrated Circuits Conference, Austin, April 2019

A 2.4GHz, Sub-1V, 2.8dB NF, 475uW Dual-Path Noise and Nonlinearity Cancelling LNA for IoT & WBAN, Mustafijur Rahman and Ramesh Harjani, IEEE Journal of Solid-State Circuits, May 2018

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