Electrical Engineering
      and Computer Sciences

Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences

COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING

UC Berkeley

   

Patents - Paul R. Gray

Circuit technique that sets transconductance
Carlos A. Laber and Paul R. Gray
U.S. Patent 5,559,470. September 1996

Differential amplifier based integrator having a left-half plane pole
Carlos A. Laber and Paul R. Gray
U.S. Patent 5,508,570. April 1996

Slimmer circuit technique
Carlos A. Laber and Paul R. Gray
U.S. Patent 5,283,483. February 1994

Self-calibrating analog-to-digital converter
Michael Armstrong and Paul R. Gray
U.S. Patent 5,027,116. June 1991

Very high gain positive feedback CMOS transconductance amplifier
Carlos A. Laber and Paul R. Gray
U.S. Patent 4,897,611. January 1990

Flash A/D converter using capacitor arrays
Joey Doernberg, Paul R. Gray and David A. Hodges
U.S. Patent 4,742,330. May 1988

Ratio independent cyclic A/D and D/A conversion using a reciprocating reference approach
Cheng-Chung Shih and Paul R. Gray
U.S. Patent 4,622,536. November 1986

Weighted capacitor analog/digital converting apparatus and method
David A. Hodges, Paul R. Gray and James L. McCreary
U.S. Patent 4,200,863. April 1980

Bridge drive circuit and method
Mark L. Stephens and Paul R. Gray
U.S. Patent 4,171,509. October 1979

LC simulated filter with transmission zeros
Paul R. Gray
U.S. Patent 4,168,440. September 1979

Temperature compensated piezoresistive transducer
Mark L. Stephens and Paul R. Gray
U.S. Patent 4,166,269. August 1979

Weighted capacitor analog/digital converting apparatus and method
Paul R. Gray, James L. McCreary and David A. Hodges
U.S. Patent 4,129,863. December 1978

Circuit and structure having high input impedance and DC return
Paul R. Gray and Mark L. Stephens
U.S. Patent 4,050,031. September 1977

A monolithic MOS/bipolar integrated circuit structure
Terence P. McCaffrey and Paul R. Gray
U.S. Patent 3,838,440. September 1974