Analog and RF system Lab
Analog and Radio Frequency integrated circuits make up a significant part of the global semiconductor market today. While these circuits have enabled the telecommunication and wireless revolutions in the last decade, ever increasing demand for bandwidth and spectrum is leading to new methods of optimizing the usage of the RF spectrum. In our group, we are currently working on two such areas – integrated cognitive radios and millimeter-wave radios. We are also working on analog and RF sensors and various methods of using them in distributed sensor networks, using low power radio transceivers. Such distributed sensors are expected to play a major role in building cyber-physical systems, for use in agriculture, healthcare, energy, and transportation.
Research activities in the Analog and RF system lab are guided by Dr. Gaurab Banarjee.