RF Integrated Circuits and Millimeter-Wave Lab

Lab Now Available for Outside Users

The WICAT and NYU WIRELESS RFIC laboratory, which houses the equipment listed below, is now available, on a selective as-available basis, to instutitions, agencies, and companies interested in using our state-of-the-art hardware and software suites. Companies only need to supply their own probe tips, cables, and calibration ISS standards. For hourly rates or more information, please email your contact information and a brief description of your project with your lab needs to Leslie Cerve at cerve@cs.nyu.edu OR to Valarie Davis at vdavis@poly.edu.

L. Ragan, A. Hassibi, T. S. Rappaport, C. L. Christianson, "Novel On-Chip Antenna Structures and Frequency Selective Surface (FSS) Approaches for Millimeter Wave Devices," IEEE 66th Vehicular Technology Conference (VTC), Baltimore, MD, Oct. 1-3, 2007, pp. 2051-2055.

Vector Network Analyzer (Agilent E8361A)

Air Suspended Workstation (Kinetic Systems 1200 series workstation)

Probe Station (Cascade Microtech Infinity Probe)

Probe Tips (Cascade Microtech Infinity Probe)

Two Signal Generators (Agilent E8257D)

Spectrum Analyzer (Agilent E4407B ESA-E Standard Analyzer)

Down Converter (Agilent N8975A)

50-75 GHz Preselected RF Section (HP 11974V)

External Computer

This work was sponsored by the Army Research Office, Project W911NF-05-2-0044.

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