Oscillators

Oscillators are one of the key blocks in many electronic and optical system. Our research on oscillators focuses on both theoretical and practical aspects of oscillators. Our group has made significant contributions to analysis and design of highly-stable oscillators for various applications.

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

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A 2×2 Dynamic Polarization-Controlling Integrated Phased Array

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An Integrated Slot-Ring Traveling-Wave Radiator

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A self-correcting quadrature voltage controlled oscillator

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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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Electronic Laser Phase Noise Reduction

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An Integrated Magnetic Spectrometer for Multiplexed Biosensing

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A magnetic cell-based sensor

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A 7GHz Wideband Self-Correcting Quadrature VCO

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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 0.28THz 4×4 power-generation and beam-steering array

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Closed-loop spurious tone reduction for self-healing frequency synthesizers

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Sub-THz Beam-forming using Near-field Coupling of Distributed Active Radiator Arrays

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Distributed Active Radiator Arrays for Efficient Doubling, Filtering, and Beam-forming

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Distributed Active Radiation for THz Signal Generation

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A Frequency-Shift based CMOS Magnetic Biosensor with Spatially Uniform Sensor Transducer Gain

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An Ultrasensitive CMOS Magnetic Biosensor Array with Correlated Double Counting Noise Suppression

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A Frequency-Shift CMOS Magnetic Biosensor Array with Single-Bead Sensitivity and No External Magnet

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A Self-sustaining Ultrahigh-frequency Nanoelectromechanical Oscillator

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