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Luke T Steigerwald

age ~51

from Westford, MA

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  • Luke Steigerwald
  • Luke Thomas Steigerwald
  • Luke Steigerweld
  • Luke D
  • Luk Steigerwald
  • Steigerwald Luk
101 Providence Rd, Graniteville, MA 01886(978)4961408

Luke Steigerwald Phones & Addresses

  • 101 Providence Rd, Westford, MA 01886 • (978)4961408
  • 2237 Mcknights Gap Rd, Reading, PA 19604 • (610)9290665
  • Sinking Spring, PA
  • Lowell, MA
  • Southfield, MI
  • Bethlehem, PA

Work

  • Company:
    Infineon technologies
  • Position:
    Rf ic design engineer

Education

  • School / High School:
    University of Pennsylvania
    1988 to 1992

Industries

Electrical/Electronic Manufacturing

Resumes

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Rf Ic Design Engineer At Infineon Technologies

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Position:
RF IC Design engineer at Infineon Technologies
Location:
Reading, Pennsylvania Area
Industry:
Electrical/Electronic Manufacturing
Work:
Infineon Technologies
RF IC Design engineer
Education:
University of Pennsylvania 1988 - 1992

Us Patents

  • Integrated Direct Conversion Satellite Tuner

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  • US Patent:
    7139547, Nov 21, 2006
  • Filed:
    Nov 29, 2001
  • Appl. No.:
    09/995695
  • Inventors:
    Myles Wakayama - Laguna Niguel CA,
    Dana Vincent Laub - Irvine CA,
    Frank Carr - Newport Beach CA,
    Afshin Mellati - Aliso Viejo CA,
    David S. P. Ho - Singapore,
    Chun-Ying Chen - Irvine CA,
    James Y. C. Chang - Irvine CA,
    Lawrence M. Burns - Laguna Hills CA,
    Young Joon Shin - Irvine CA,
    Patrick Pai - Honolulu HI,
    Iconomos A. Koullias - Reading PA,
    Ron Lipka - Sinking Spring PA,
    Luke Thomas Steigerwald - Sinking Spring PA,
    Alexandre Kral - Laguna Niguel CA,
  • Assignee:
    Broadcom Corporation - Irvine CA
  • International Classification:
    H04B 1/28
  • US Classification:
    455333, 455334, 455339, 455340, 455341
  • Abstract:
    A direct conversion satellite tuner is fully integrated on a common substrate. The integrated tuner receives an RF signal having a plurality of channels and down-converts a selected channel directly to baseband for further processing. The integrated tuner includes on-chip local oscillator generation, tunable baseband filters, and DC Offset cancellation. The integrated tuner can be implemented in a completely differential I/Q configuration for improved electrical performance. The entire direct conversion satellite tuner can be fabricated on a single semiconductor substrate using standard CMOS processing, with minimal off-chip components. The tuner configuration described herein is not limited to processing TV signals, and can be utilized to down-convert other RF signals to an IF frequency or baseband.
  • Integrated Direct Conversion Satellite Tuner

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  • US Patent:
    7783275, Aug 24, 2010
  • Filed:
    Oct 13, 2006
  • Appl. No.:
    11/580228
  • Inventors:
    Myles Wakayama - Laguna Niguel CA,
    Dana Vincent Laub - Irvine CA,
    Frank Carr - Newport Beach CA,
    Afshin Mellati - Aliso Viejo CA,
    David S. P. Ho - Singapore,
    Chun-Ying Chen - Irvine CA,
    James Y. C. Chang - Irvine CA,
    Lawrence M. Burns - Laguna Hills CA,
    Young Joon Shin - Irvine CA,
    Patrick Pai - Honolulu HI,
    Iconomos A. Koullias - Reading PA,
    Ron Lipka - Sinking Spring PA,
    Luke Thomas Steigerwald - Sinking Spring PA,
    Alexandre Kral - Laguna Niguel CA,
  • Assignee:
    Broadcom Corporation - Irvine CA
  • International Classification:
    H04B 1/28
  • US Classification:
    455333, 455141, 455146, 455147, 4552361, 4552521, 375316, 375345
  • Abstract:
    A direct conversion satellite tuner is fully integrated on a common substrate. The integrated tuner receives an RF signal having a plurality of channels and down-converts a selected channel directly to baseband for further processing. The integrated tuner includes on-chip local oscillator generation, tunable baseband filters, and DC Offset cancellation. The integrated tuner can be implemented in a completely differential I/Q configuration for improved electrical performance. The entire direct conversion satellite tuner can be fabricated on a single semiconductor substrate using standard CMOS processing, with minimal off-chip components. The tuner configuration described herein is not limited to processing TV signals, and can be utilized to down-convert other RF signals to an IF frequency or baseband.
  • Power Distribution Box And System

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  • US Patent:
    57855323, Jul 28, 1998
  • Filed:
    Jul 24, 1996
  • Appl. No.:
    8/687132
  • Inventors:
    H. Winston Maue - Farmington Hills MI
    Mohamad H. Zeiden - Dearborn MI
    Luke P. Steigerwald - Manlius NY
  • Assignee:
    United Technologies Automotive, Inc. - Dearborn MI
  • International Classification:
    H01R 924
  • US Classification:
    439 34
  • Abstract:
    A power distribution box extends through a bulkhead of an automotive vehicle. This power distribution box has a first electrical connector accessible from within an engine compartment. Furthermore, a portion of the power distribution box is accessible from the passenger compartment. In another aspect of the present invention, an electricity storage device, an electricity generating device, an ignition switch, an alternator and various other engine compartment and passenger compartment accessories are electrically connected to the power distribution box.
  • Cellular Phone With A Logarithmic Detector

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  • US Patent:
    61637092, Dec 19, 2000
  • Filed:
    Jun 24, 1998
  • Appl. No.:
    9/103899
  • Inventors:
    Christopher M. Chorey - Newport Beach CA
    Iconomos A. Koullias - Reading PA
    Luke T. Steigerwald - Reading PA
  • Assignee:
    Conexant Systems, Inc. - Newport Beach CA
  • International Classification:
    H04Q 720
  • US Classification:
    455550
  • Abstract:
    A transmitter for a cellular phone comprising an antenna and being operable at a first radio frequency band and a second radio frequency band is disclosed. In one embodiment, the transmitter includes a first power amplifier and a second power amplifier. The first power amplifier has a first input for a first signal at the first radio frequency band and a first output for an amplified first signal, the first output being connected to the antenna. The second power amplifier has a second input for a second signal at the second radio frequency band and a second output for an amplified second signal, the second output being connected to the antenna. The transmitter further comprises a single control module which is associated with the first and second outputs of the power amplifiers and comprises a logarithmic detector. The control module generates a control signal which is a function of an amplified signal and a reference signal in order to control the two power amplifiers.
  • Dual Band Cellular Phone With Two Power Amplifiers And Power Control Circuit Therefore

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  • US Patent:
    6154664, Nov 28, 2000
  • Filed:
    Jun 24, 1998
  • Appl. No.:
    9/103897
  • Inventors:
    Christopher M. Chorey - Newport Beach CA
    Iconomos A. Koullias - Reading PA
    Luke T. Steigerwald - Reading PA
  • Assignee:
    Conexant System, Inc. - Newport Beach CA
  • International Classification:
    H04B 109
  • US Classification:
    455571
  • Abstract:
    A transmitter for a cellular phone comprising an antenna and being operable at a first radio frequency band and a second radio frequency band is disclosed. The transmitter comprises a first power amplifier and a second power amplifier, one of which is active at a time. The first power amplifier has an input for a first signal at the first radio frequency band, an input for a first control signal and a first output for an amplified first signal. The first output is connectable to the antenna. The second power amplifier has an input for a second signal at the second radio frequency band, an input for a second control signal and a second output for an amplified second signal. The second output is connectable to the antenna. The transmitter further comprises a single control module associated with the first and second outputs of the power amplifiers. The control module generates a control signal for the active power amplifier.

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University of Cincinnati

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