The High Speed Electronics Laboratory (HSEL) was established in 1997 by Professor M.C. Frank Chang. Our research focuses in high speed radio frequency, mixed-signal circuit and IC developments in the following areas:

RF and THz
  • RF/CDMA/FDMA and AC coupled multi-band interconnects for reconfigurable and bi-directional intra- and inter-chip communications, especially for on-chip chip-multiprocessors (CMP) inter-core communications and off-chip bus interfaces (e.g., between CPUs and memories) and serial/parallel links
  • Silicon based RFIC and MMIC up to the terahertz frequency bands for high data rate communication, imaging application and radars

  • Software-defined or reconfigurable multi-band and multi-mode radios in deep-scaled CMOS based on digitally controlled artificial dielectric (DiCAD)

  • Adaptive high speed and high resolution ADC/DAC for real-time multi-function systems

Engineering IV

ADI - US Air Force - US Army - Bell Labs - Broadcom - Conexant Systems
CreoNex Systems Inc - US DARPA - Government of Israel - HRL - IARPA
IBM - Inston - Intel - Jazz - JPL - Lehigh University - Lucent Tech
National Science Foundation - US Navy (SPAWAR) - Northrop Grumman
Raytheon - Realtek - Sony - SpaceMOS - Spatial Digital - SRC
SST - Teledyne - TI - TSMC - UMC - Wintek
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