Oregon State High-Speed Integrated Circuits Lab


School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Oregon State University

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Research Focus:

The High-Speed Integrated Circuits lab aims to make high-datarate wireless links and high-resolution imaging at millimeter-wave and sub-millimeter wave available universally. Our areas of research include circuits, packaging, antennas and systems targeted at these applications.

Latest News:

Jan 2014: Oregon State High-speed Integrated Circuits Lab receives funding from the DARPA Arrays at Commercial Timescales program

October 2013: Jiao (Jash) Cheng's paper on "A 1.3mW, 0.6V, WBAN-Compatible, Sub-Sampling PSK Receiver in 65nm-CMOS" accepted for publication at ISSCC 2014. Congratulations to Jash!

September 2013: Jian Kang joins the research group as a doctoral student

July 2013: Oregon State High-speed Integrated Circuits Lab receives funding from CDADIC to investigate on-chip antennas at mm-wave frequencies

July 2013: Oregon State High-speed Integrated Circuits Lab receives funding from the USDA to investigate sensors for insect tracking in collaboration with Professor Sujaya Rao and Professor Patrick Chiang at Oregon State

June 2013: 94 GHz phased arrays designed by Dr. Natarajan and colleagues at IBM Research - "A Fully-Integrated Dual-Polarization 16-Element W-band Phased-Array Transceiver in SiGe BiCMOS," presented at IEEE RFIC 2013

March 2013: Abhishek Agrawal and Yao Liu join the research group as doctoral students

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Open Positions:

Prospective Ph.D Students: Please send an email to Prof. Natarajan with your CV. Applications can be submitted through the
Oregon State EECS Prospective Students website .