Professor Henry Samueli
Engineer, Billionaire and
Co-founder of Broadcom Corporation
Source - Broadcom
Co-founder of Broadcom Corporation and has served as Co-Chairmn and Chief Technical Officer since the company?s inception in 1991. As CTO, he is responsible for all research and development activities for the company. He is widely recognized as one of the worlds?s leading experts in the field of broadband communications circuits, having published more than 100 technical papers in the subject. He also co-founded PairGain Technologies in 1988 and served as Chief Scientist of the company until 194l. Since 1985, Dr. Samueli has been a professor in the Electrical Engineering Department at UCLA, where he supervises advanced research programs in DSP and broadband communication circuits.
Henry Samueli was born in Buffalo, NY on September 20, 1954. He received the B.S., M.S., and Ph.D. degrees in electrical engineering from the University of California, Los Angeles, in 1975, 1976, and 1980, respectively.
Dr. Samueli has over 25
years of experience in the fields of digital signal processing (DSP) and com-munications
systems engineering. He is widely recognized as one of the world's leading
experts in the field of broadband communications circuits, having published
more than 100 technical papers on the subject.
Professor Samueli's research interests include digital signal processing, communications systems engineering, and CMOS integrated circuit design for applications in high-speed data transmission systems.
Publications 1. A Frequency-agile Single-chip QAM Modulator with Beamforming
K.-H. Cho, H. Samueli.
IEEE Journal of Solid-State Circuits, vol.36, no.3, pp. 398-407, March 2001.
2. Analysis and Design of a Frequency-hopped Spread-spectrum Transceiver for Wireless Personal Communications.
J.S. Min, H. Samueli.
IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology, vol.49, no.5, pp.1719-31, Sept. 2000.
3. A 8.75-MBaud Single-Chip Digital QAM Modulator with Frequency-Agility and Beamforming Diversity.
K.-H. Cho, K.-H.; H. Samueli.
Proceedings of the IEEE 2000 Custom Integrated Circuits Conference, Orlando, FL, USA, 21-24 May 2000, pp.27-30.
4. The Broadband Revolution.
H. Samueli, H..
IEEE Micro, vol.20, no.2, March-April 2000. p.16-26.
5. Field Trial Results for High-speed Wireless Indoor Data Communications.
J. Frigon, B. Daneshrad, J. Putnam, E. Berg, R. Kim, T. Sun, H. Samueli.
IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications, vol. 18, no. 3, March 2000. pp. 297-309.
2003 Elected Member of National Academy of Engineering
Henry Samueli's membership in the NAE is in recognition of his "pioneering contributions to academic research and technology entrepreneurship in the broadband communications sytems-on-a-chip industry".
Founded in 1964, the National Academy of Engineering provides engineering expertise in service to the United States of America. The National Academy of Engineering mission is to promote the technological welfare of nation by marshaling the knowledge and insights of eminent members of the engineering profession.
1995 JSSC Best Paper Award
Prof. Samueli recieved the IEEE Journal of Solid State Circuits Best Paper Award for the paper entitled "A 200-MHz Quadrature Digital Synthesizer/Mixer in 0.8-µm CMOS"
1991 GOMAC Meritorious Paper Award
Dr. Samueli received the 1991 Government Microcircuit Applications Conference Meritorious Paper Award for the paper entitled "CMOS Integrated Circuits for High Bit-Rate Digital Modems, Adaptive Equalizers and Frequency Synthesizers"
1989 TRW Excellence in Teaching Award