Ernesto Pérez Serna

Ernesto Pérez Serna obtained his M.Sc. degree in telecommunications engineering at the University of Cantabria (Spain), where he later worked within the Department of Communications Engineering (DICOM) from 2005 to 2006, designing SiGe and Si CMOS PLL frequency synthesizers for RF receivers.

He joined ACORDE in 2006 as R&D engineer, mainly designing custom CMOS RF and digital ICs for GNSS applications.

Ernesto Pérez Serna obtained his M.Sc. degree in telecommunications engineering at the University of Cantabria (Spain), where he later worked within the Department of Communications Engineering (DICOM) from 2005 to 2006, designing SiGe and Si CMOS PLL frequency synthesizers for RF receivers.

He joined ACORDE in 2006 as R&D engineer, mainly designing custom CMOS RF and digital ICs for GNSS applications.

He has been involved in all the ASIC designs of the FP6 GREAT project and the MAGNET BEYOND transmitter and has published several papers in the area of MMIC design.

He is currently working towards his master’s degree in information technology and mobile communications and a Ph.D. in telecommunications at the University of Cantabria.