Kevin Fronczak
Analog Circuit Designer
Hi, welcome to my site! My name is Kevin Fronczak and I'm an Analog Circuit Designer with experience working on all types of sensors including capacitive touch and fingerprint, as well as CMOS image sensors and display drivers. I have a Master of Science in Electrical Engineering from the Rochester Institute of Technology in Rochester, NY where I currently live with my beautiful wife and daughter. I also have an passion for woodworking in my spare time, which I write about on my other site Kevin Fronczak Designs if you're interested in checking it out!

I’ve gotten a lot of feedback regarding my post last year outlining design using the Inversion Coefficient and figured it was time to outline how I go about designing a given circuit.  If you haven... Read more

One of the forums I attended this year at ISSCC 2016 was entitled “Advanced IC Design for Ultra Low-Noise Sensing”.  There were a variety of great speakers, but the presentation given by Professor ... Read more

Lately, I’ve been looking at harmonic distortion in circuits and was curious about the Total Harmonic Distortion, or THD, of a sine wave mixed with a square wave.  That got me thinking about the ma... Read more

I’ve previously covered the topic of noise in circuits and figured I’d elaborate even further. Many ICs use some sort of switched-capacitor circuit for SOME reason (sample-and-hold, for example) an... Read more

I’ve been meaning to post this for awhile, but better late than never I guess. For my senior design project in college, myself and two buddies of mine, Trong and Holden, (all of us nearly done with... Read more