High Frequency Electronics Circuits division is one of the largest groups of its kind in the UK and Ireland. Research at its state-of-the-art laboratories is focused on developing novel generic solutions to advanced problems associated with wireless front-end technology.

This work covers many related aspects ranging from custom high performance gallium arsenide and submicron silicon integrated chips to self-adapting antenna solutions, monolithic packaging strategies as well as analytical and computational electromagnetics.

The major research projects aligned with these areas of activities aim to provide associated enabling solutions for next generation mobile wireless products.

Research funding for the group’s activities is derived from a variety of national and international industrial and government sources, including EPSRC, INI,and FP7.

Click on Research Projects link to view current topics.

Click on Measurement Facilities for further details on High Frequency Electronics Laboratory facilities.

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