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 rolling and global shutter CMOS image sensors, capacitive touch and fingerprint, as well as display drivers. I have a Master of Science in Electrical Engineering from the Rochester Institute of Technology in Rochester, NY.

Continuing with the theme from my last post, I have some more neat noise analysis; this time looking at an Opamp. Most people would probably end up using this type of analysis rather than looking a... Read more

A really interesting topic in analog circuit design is noise analysis. Noise is everywhere and can be a pain to deal with. There are many types of noise, but the three most common are: Thermal ... Read more

For a recent class, our project was to design a 7-bit 5MSPS Current-Steering DAC in 0.5um technology. While the specifications aren’t neccesarily hard to meet, the time-table was rough. We had to g... Read more

For a recent class I was taking, entitled “Advanced Field-Effect Devices”, we were tasked with choosing a specific topic pertaining to MOSFET theory, performing an extensive literature search, and ... Read more

For my Analog Design class, each student was tasked with designing an OpAmp in 0.5um technology with the following specifications: Open-loop gain of at least 3000 V/V Unity-gain Bandwidth of ... Read more