Usha S.M.

Work place: JSS Academy of Technical Education/ECE Dept, Bengaluru, 560 060, India



Research Interests: Computer systems and computational processes, Embedded System, Information Systems


Dr. Usha S.M. from Bengaluru- Karnataka, India obtained B.E (Electronics & Communication Engineering) Degree from Mysore University in the year 2000. M.Tech in VLSI Design and Embedded Systems from VTU Belgaum in 2011 and Awarded Ph.D in Optimization and Performance Analysis of Digital Modulators form VTU Belgaum in the year 2017.  She is currently working as a Associate Professor in JSS Academy of Technical Education, Bengaluru. Karnataka, India. She is member of professional Bodies such as IEEE, ISTE and MIE.

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Low Power and Area Optimized Architectures for BPSK Modulator

By Usha S.M. Mahesh H.B.

DOI:, Pub. Date: 8 Dec. 2018

Low power modulators are most efficient for wireless communication. The conventional BPSK modulator consumes more power and area. In this work, the new approaches for BPSK modulator are discussed and recorded. The four new approaches consume less area and power than the conventional design of BPSK Modulator. The power and area consumed by new approaches are compared with the conventional method. Cadence software is used for the simulation and synthesis, the power and area reduction in 180nm, 90nm and 45nm CMOS Technology is reported, MATLAB/SIMULINK is used to do BER analysis of BPSK modulator with AWGN channel. The new architectures enhance the performance of BPSK Modulator in consuming less power and utilizing less area than the conventional design.

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