Transformative scalable systems, such as massive MIMO communication or dense ad-hoc wireless sensor networks (WSN), require reconfigurable and scalable RF systems with graceful tradeoffs between power and performance. Our research addresses these challenges by focusing on co-design of active and passive RF devices/circuits at the two ends of these tradeoffs – ultra low-power for dense sensor-networks and high performance for scalable, reconfigurable RF/mm-wave arrays.
Oct 2020: Congrats to Robin, Sanket, and Paul! Their work on a 28GHz circulator-RX has been accepted for presentation at ISSCC 2021.
Oct 2020: Congrats to Hayden, Sohail, Ali and Kamala! The collaboration with Columbia University on low-power wideband RX has been accepted for presentation at ISSCC 2021.
Sep 2020: Congrats to Dr. Kamala Raghavan Sadagopan on defending her Ph.D. Thesis! Good luck in your position at TI Kilby Labs.
Aug 2020: Congrats to Ali, Sohail, Armagan, Mahmood, Robin, Manoj and Arman on the Best Paper, 2nd Place award at IEEE RFIC 2020. Impressive work and great collaboration with Harish's group at Columbia University.
Oct 2019: Congrats to Robin, Gaurav, Ali, Sohail, Sanket and Armagan! The collaborative work on beam-space MIMO at 28GHz has been accepted for presentation at ISSCC 2020.
Sep 2019: Welcome to the group's newest members: Amin Aghigi, Mostafa Essawy, Paul Dania and Kuei Jih Lu! Everyone at the HSIC group looks forward to working with you.
Aug 2019: Congrats to Dr. Sanket Jain on defending his Ph.D. Thesis! Looking forward to your designs in our Apple products!
Mar 2019: Congrats to Dr. Yao Liu on defending his Ph.D. Thesis! Hope you enjoy Boston and Anokiwave!
Mar 2019: Congrats to Dr. Kai Zhan on defending his Ph.D. Thesis! Sure you'll do great at Qualcomm.
Dec 2018: Kamala received the IEEE SSCS Predoctoral Achievement Award! Congrats, Kamala on the well-deserved honor.
Dec 2018: Dr. Natarajan gave the last talk of the NYU "Circuits: Terahertz (THz) and Beyond" Special Seminar Series. Thank you, Professors Rappaport and Shahderji for a wonderful visit. Video link to the seminar series: NYU Seminar Stream
Dec 2018: Siyuan Chen defended her M.S. Thesis. Congrats, Siyuan!
Oct 2018: Our collaboration on the MIMO full-duplex CMOS receiver with Professor Harish Krishnaswamy's group at Columbia University accepted for presentation at IEEE ISSCC 2019. Congrats Mahmood, Sanket, and Negar.
Sep 2018: Welcome to the HSIC group, Hayden Bialek!
Sep 2018: We will be investigating scalable digital beamforming arrays in collaboration with Columbia University as part of the DARPA MIDAS program.
Sep 2018: Dan Taylor received his M.S. for his work Real-time Self-Interference Cancellation. Congrats, Dan and good luck at HP.
Aug 2018: We will be collaborating with Professor Matt Johnston, Elain Fu (from CBEE) and (from EECS/College of Vet. Med.) on a smart bandage. This research is supported by the NIH.
Aug 2018: Anoop Sheokand defended his M.S Thesis on UWB Receivers. Congrats, Anoop and good luck at Skyworks.
Mar. 2018: Jian Kang defended his thesis on RF-powered sensors. Congratulations, Dr. Kang and good luck at Qualcomm!
Oct 2017: A podcast with Rachel Robertson from the School of EECS and Professors Matt Johnston, Tejasvi Anand and Arun Natarajan describing our research. Partners in Networking Speed
Oct 2017: Kamala and Jian's paper on a nanoWatt wireless energy harvesting system has been accepted for presentation at IEEE ISSCC in Feb. 2017. Congrats, Kamala, Jian!
Oct 2017: Congrats Sanket, Manoj and Abhishek! Their paper on low-noise hybrid-coupler based circulator-RX has been accepted for presentation at IEEE ISSCC in Feb. 2017.
June 2017: Dr. Natarajan received the 2017 DARPA Young Faculty Award!
June 2017: Yao's paper on dual-polarization 60GHz antenna co-integration accepted to 2017 IEEE BCTM.
Feb. 2017: Kai and Jian's paper on low-power mm-wave array FSK TX accepted to 2017 IEEE IMS.
Feb. 2017: Kai, Abhishek, Ashwin and Manoj's work on the single wire communication link accepted to 2017 IEEE IMS and nominated for best student paper. Congrats!
Feb. 2017: Kamala's paper on ultra low-power wake-up receiver accepted to 2017 IEEE RFIC
Feb. 2017: Abhishek's paper on sequence mixing mixers for spatial and code-domain interferer rejection accepted to 2017 RFIC and 2017 IMS.
Sep. 2016: Dr. Natarajan received the Oregon State Engelbrecht Young Faculty Award INGENIUM: CoE Blog
July 2016: Our project on wirelessly-powered sensors adjusted Best Faculty Project in the CDADIC center for 2015-2106. Congrats Yao, Jian and Kai!
July 2016: Our project on wirelessly-powered sensors featured in the 2016 Compendium of Industry Nominated Tech Breakthroughs compiled by the NSF.
June 2016: Robin Garg defends his M.S. Thesis. Congrats Robin!
June 2016: Leon Su is an Honors College Graduate. Congrats Leon! Welcome!
Mar. 2016: Manoj Johnson joins the research group as a doctoral student. Welcome!
Feb 2016: Dr. Natarajan received the NSF CAREER award for pursuing research and teaching on next-generation integrated MIMO transmitter and receivers.
Jan 2016: Sanket Jain and Yunqi Wang's work on spatial cancellation in MIMO receivers accepted for presentation at 2016 IEEE RFIC. Congrats Sanket and Yunqi!
Jan 2016: Amro Tork and Dr. Natarajan's work on reconfigurable Butler matrix accepted for presentation at 2016 IEEE IMS. Nominated for Best Student Paper. Congrats Amro!
Nov 2015: Yunqi Wang defends his M.S. Thesis. Congrats Yunqi!
Oct 2015: Congrats to Abhishek Agrawal! His paper on a scalable 28GHz coupled-PLL has been accepted for presentation at IEEE ISSCC 2016
Oct 2015: Congrats to Jian Kang! His paper on a sensitive rectifier-antenna for RF energy harvesting has been accepted for presentation at IEEE ISSCC 2016
Oct 2015: Congrats to Yunqi Wang, Yao Liu and Abhishek Agrawal! Their paper on a high-resolution 77GHz Digitally-controlled Oscillator has been accepted for presentation at IEEE SiRF 2016 during IEEE Radio Wireless Week
Oct 2015: Congrats to Jian Kang! His work on wirelessly-powered low power TX/RX has been accepted for presentation at IEEE WiSNET 2016 during IEEE Radio Wireless Week
Sep 2015: Kamala Raghavan joins the research group as a doctoral student. Welcome!
Feb 2015: Congrats to Abhishek Agrawal! His paper on a 6.4GHz-14GHz wide-tuning range VCO with 188dB FoM accepted to IEEE RFIC 2015. The IC achieves state-of-the-at performance for octave tuning range VCOs > 10GHz while ensuring smaller area.
Feb 2015: Congrats to Jian Kang! His paper on a wirelessly-powered UWB transmitter accepted to IEEE RFIC 2015. The IC achieves state-of-the-art sensitivity for RF energy harvesting using an antenna-IC co-integration approach and has been nominated for the Best Student Paper Award.
December 2014: Jash's paper on a ~1mW 2.4GHz receiver for WBAN appears in IEEE JSSC
September 2014: Oregon State High-speed Integrated Circuits Lab receives funding from Intel to investigate short-range wireless links
September 2014: Sanket Jain and Kai Zhan join the research group as doctoral students. Robin Garg joins the group as a M.S. student. Welcome!
May 2014: Jash got his Ph.D. Congrats, Dr. Cheng. Good luck at Maxim!
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
School of EECS,
1148 Kelley Engineering Center
Oregon State University
Corvallis, OR 97331-5501