Carnegie Mellon University

Jeyanandh Paramesh

Jeyanandh Paramesh

Adjunct Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering


I received the B.Tech, M.S and PhD degrees from IIT Madras, Oregon State University and the University of Washington, Seattle, respectively, all in Electrical Engineering. Between 1998 and 2004, I held product development and research positions at Analog Devices, Motorola and Intel, where I developed RF and mixed-signal IC's for applications in communication systems including multi-antenna transceivers, data converters, power amplifiers, frequency synthesizers etc.


Ph.D., 2006 
Electrical Engineering 
University of Washington

M.S., 1998 
Electrical Engineering 
Oregon State University

B.Tech, 1996
Electrical Engineering
IIT Madras


Professor Paramesh's group conducts research on various aspects of integrated circuit design with application in a wide range of disciplines including RF/mm-wave communication and ranging, data converters, bioelectronics, MEMS interfaces and reconfigurable electronics.


  • Millimeter-wave Communication Systems
  • Millimeter-wave Integrated Circuit Design
  • Mixed-Signal and Digitally-Assisted Integrated Circuit Design
  • Energy-efficient Hybrid and Digital Beamforming
  • Digital Frequency Synthesizers
  • Time-domain signal processing circuits
  • Reconfigurable RF Integrated Circuit Design


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