The Nanoscale Communication IC (NCIC) Lab carries out research on:
- Silicon-based RF/millimeter-wave/terahertz integrated circuits design for imaging, sensing, and wireless communications
- CMOS ultra-low power integrated circuits for brain-computer interface (BCI) systems
The NCIC lab is equipped with state-of-the-art measurement instruments including high frequency vector network analyzer, spectrum analyzer, sampling and real-time oscilloscopes, 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. patents.
THz/mm-wave IC Design
Sub-Millimeter-Wave IC Design
Ultra Wideband RF IC Design