1-Jan-08

Rahav Gil

http://picasaweb.google.co.uk/rahav.gil


General Information

Address:

Egoz 9 Omer Israel

Telephone Number:

972-8-6466435

Email Address:

mailto:gil@ee.bgu.ac.il

 

Education

 

1996 M.Sc 

Ben-Gurion University , Israel

 

Research Interests

My current interests are Power Reduction Techniques in deep sub-micron VLSI Designs using Selective State retention power gating (SSRPG).

 

Background

 

I received the B.Sc in 1994 and M.Sc in 1996 form the E.E. Dep. at the Ben-Gurion University of the Negev.

I started studding E.E. in Ben-Gurion University in 1990.

 

Papers

 

[1].  S. Ben-Yaakov and G. Rahav, “Average Modeling and Simulation of Series-Parallel Resonant Converters by PSPICE Compatible Behavioral Sources”, IEE Electronics Letters, Vol. 32, No. 4, pp. 288-290, Feb. 1996.

[2].  D. Adar, G. Rahav, and S. Ben-Yaakov, "Behavioral Average Model of SEPIC Converters with Coupled Inductors," IEE Electronics Letters, Vol. 32, No. 17, pp.1525-1526, Aug. 1966.

 

Conferences

 

[1].  S. Ben-Yaakov and G. Rahav, “Average Modeling and Simulation of Series-Parallel Resonant Converters by SPICE Compatible Behavioral Sources”, IEEE APEC’96, Vol. 1, pp. 116-20.

[2].  S. Ben-Yaakov, D. Adar and G. Rahav, “A SPICE Compatible Behavioral Model of SEPIC Converters”, IEEE PESC’96, Vol. 2, pp. 1668-1674.

[3].  D. Adar, G. Rahav and S. Ben-Yaakov, “A Unified Behavioral Average Model of SEPIC Converters with Coupled Inductors”, IEEE PESC’97, Vol. 1, pp. 441-446.

[4].  G. Rahav and S. Ben-Yaakov, “Forbidden State Space Trajectories of PWM Converters: Implication to Digital Control”, IEEE PESC’99, Vol. 2, pp. 1199-1203.

 

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