Recent News

Oct 2017: Congratulations Sheikh, Pawan, Joe, Srini and Luke on your paper acceptance into IEEE International Solid State Circuits Conference (ISSCC), San Francisco, CA, Feb 2018.
Oct 2017: Congratulations Sheikh on your article acceptance into IEEE Microwave Components and Letters (MWCL).
Oct 2017: [Invited Special Session] Congratulations Srini on your paper acceptance into IEEE/ACM International Conference On Computer Aided Design (ICCAD), Irvine, CA, Nov 2017.

Sep 2017: Prof. Heo will present a talk on mmWave reconfigurable archicture design at SKKU, Seoul, South Korea.

Aug 2017: [Best Paper Candidate] Congratulations Srini on your paper acceptance in IEEE/ACM International Symposium on Network on Chips (NoCS), Seoul, South Korea Oct 2017.

Jul 2017: [Invited] An invited paper from our group's work on Reconfigurable Phased-Array Design Techniques for 5G is to appear in IEEE International Symposium on Radio Frequency Integration Technology (RFIT), Seoul, Korea, Sept. 2017.

Jun 2017: Sheikh presented his work on Continuous Inverse Class-F PA design at 28 GHz design for 5G applications in 65nm CMOS at Radion Frequency Integrated Circuits Symposium (RFIC), Honolulu, HI 2017.

Jun 2017: Sheikh presented his work on reconfigurable mmWave PA design at 28 GHz design in 65nm CMOS for 5G applications at International Microwave Symposium (IMS) , Honolulu, HI 2017.

Jun 2017: Joe presented his work triple band VCO for WiNoC in 65nm CMOS at International Microwave Symposium (IMS) , Honolulu, HI 2017.

Mar 2017: Pawan's journal article on Switched Substrate-Shield-Based Low-Loss CMOS Inductors is now available online in IEEE Trasanctions on Microwave Theory and Techniques (TMTT). [ARTICLE]
Mar 2017: Congratulations to Prof. Heo for being appointed as Frank Brands Analog Distinguished Professor.


The primary goal of ARMAG [Advanced RF and Mixed-Signal Application Group] is development of innovative circuits and system level solutions for RF and mixed-signal applications. Research objective of ARMAG are inline with industry demands and is ensured by regular interaction with the industry members. As part of the NSF Center for Design of Analog and Digital Integrated Circuits (CDADIC), a industry and university consortium, ARMAG strives to create breakthroughs beneficial to the industry.