研究室紹介

High-Frequency Integrated Circuits and Systems Laboratory

Department of I&E Visionaries, Faculty of Information Science and Electrical Engineering

Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Graduate School of Information Science and Electrical Engineering

Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, School of Engineering

We are investigating the possibility of a paradigm shift from a battery-inherent to a battery-free wireless and embedded sensor system. The fundamental techniques include the development of the ultra-low power and low voltage analog/high frequency integrated circuits in CMOS technology for future generation wireless communication systems at one hand, and at another, efforts are going to apply 5G carrier frequency to transfer not only the signal/data but also power to realize a wire-free power supply system to replace the conventional batteries to drive the future wireless and embedded sensor systems.

High-Frequency Integrated Circuits and Systems Laboratory

Staff

Prof. Ramesh Kumar Pokharel

The Main Research Topics

  • Low voltage and low power integrated circuits and systems
  • Wireless power transfer system through biological tissues
  • EM Energy Harvesting technique
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