Fundamentals

Our research on fundamental limits and analytical study of issues pertain to integrated circuits and sensors. We continue to be interested in a deep understanding the underlying fundamental limitation to the performance of integrated circuits, which has enabled us to come up with non-trivial disruptive solutions, topologies and architectures.

Dynamic Polarization Control of Two-Dimensional Integrated Phased Arrays

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Mutual Synchronization for Power Generation and Beam-Steering in CMOS With On-Chip Sense Antennas Near 200 GHz

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Nanophotonic projection system

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Dynamic Polarization Control

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Nanophotonic Coherent Imager

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A Self-Equalizing Photo Detector

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Design and Implementation of an Integrated Magnetic Spectrometer for Multiplexed Biosensing

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A handheld magnetic sensing platform for antigen and nucleic acid detection

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Multi-Port Driven Radiators

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Electronic Laser Phase Noise Reduction

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An Integrated Magnetic Spectrometer for Multiplexed Biosensing

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A 0.28 THz Power-Generation and Beam-Steering Array in CMOS Based on Distributed Active Radiators

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A Wide-Swing Low-Noise Transconductance Amplifier and the Enabling of Large-Signal Handling Direct-Conversion Receivers

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Solving Large-Scale Hybrid Circuit-Antenna Problems

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Passively Controllable Smart Antennas

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Finding globally optimum solutions in antenna optimization problems

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A study of near-field direct antenna modulation systems using convex optimization

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Generalized Time- and Transfer-Constant Circuit Analysis

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Solving large-scale linear circuit problems via convex optimization

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Analysis of Internally Bandlimited Multistage Cubic-Term Generators for RF Receivers

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