The Nanoscale Communication IC (NCIC) Lab carries out research on:
RF design for wideband wireless transceiver
High speed analog design for broadband wireline transceivers
Noise analysis and optimization in mixed analog/digital systems-on-chip
The NCIC lab is equipped with state-of-the-art measurement instruments including
high frequency vector network analyzer, spectrum analyzer, broadband analog
signal source and probe station, as well as leading IC design softwares. The acquisition of the facility was made possible by a grant from the National Science Foundation under contract: CRI-0551735. The NCIC lab is actively involved in publishing research papers in leading IC design
conferences and journals. The research in the NCIC lab has resulted in several U.S.