Wooley studies the design of analog and digital integrated circuits, emphasizing the limitations devices and technology impose on circuit and system performance. Specific research interests include analog-to-digital conversion, signal processing, embedded memories, high-performance packaging and testing, and circuits for broadband communications.
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|A CMOS Oversampled DAC with Multi-bit Semi-digital Filtering and Boosted Subcarrier SNR for ADSL Central Office Modems||Wooley, BA, et. al.||IEEE Journal Solid-State Circuits||04-2006|
|A Low-Voltage Low-Power Sigma-Delta Modulator for Broadband Analog-to-Digital Conversion||Wooley, BA, et. al.||IEEE Journal of Solid-State Circuits||09-2005|
|A 150MS/s 8b 71mW CMOS Time-Interleaved ADC||Wooley, BA, et. al.||IEEE Journal of Solid-State Circuits||05-2005|
2005 IEEE Solid-State Circuits Technical Field Award (now the Donald O. Pederson Award in Solid-State Circuits); 2003 Outstanding Alumnus Award, EECS Department UC Berkeley; 2003 Award for Outstanding Contributions to ISSCC Technical Papers Presentations; 2002 IEEE Journal of Solid-State Circuits Best Paper Award; IEEE Third Millenium Medal; IEEE Fellow; 2012 Semiconductor Industry Association University Researcher Award.