Traditional design methodology for electronic engineering has been quite different from that for microwave engineering. In the past, electronic engineers usually dealt with electronics below 1 GHz, while microwave engineers worked in the frequency range of above 1 GHz. However, this traditional approach of two separated disciplines in both education and research is meeting ever-growing challenges. This is due to the fact that current and future communication technologies utilize frequency spectrums above 1 GHz. Moreover, today's microprocessor can already have an on-chip clock frequency of 2 GHz and above. In other words, the digital electronics is entering into the microwave spectrum as well. Obviously, this evolution in electronics development imposes new demands on university education and research as well as industrial development. The traditional approaches for electronic engineering and microwave engineering must meet each other towards a unified methodology in both design and product development.
Our mission of research is to work out a design methodology for merging of electronic engineering and microwave engineering. To be world-leading in the area of radio frequency (RF) design for high speed wireless communications and in the area of low power wireless sensor networking.
2017-11-01 Dr. Magnus Karlsson has received a grant of 50 000 kr from the ACCESS program funded by the EU Reginal Development Fund.
2017-10-23 We have received a grant of 200 000 kr from the ACCESS program funded by the EU Reginal Development Fund.
2017-09-15 Dr. Xin Xu at the University of Electronic Science and Technology of China has joined the team as a visiting scholar for 12 months. Welcome!
2017-09-06 Dr. Magnus Karlsson has successfully given a public seminar for his Docent/Associate Professor title. Congratulations!
2017-06-22 Dr. Magnus Karlsson has received a grant of 40000 SEK from the "Verifiering för Nyttiggörande" program at LiU. Congratulations!
2017-06-01 Yu Liu has been employed as a postgraduate student to work for the project "Cloud-based IoT for green technologies". Welcome!
2017-05-03 Dr. Magnus Karlsson has received a grant of 1300000 SEK from the Norrköping Fond for Research and Development, for a collaborative project with local companies. Great congratulations to him!
2017-04-10 The Swedish Electronics Magazine ELEKTRONIKTIDNINGEN has published a technical paper: Six-port modulation written by Shaofang Gong and Magnus Karlsson.
2017-03-01 Dr. Robert Malmqvist at FOI in Linköping has joined us as an adj. Senior Lecturer (25%). Welcome!
2017-01-10 We have received a grant of 1 000 000 SEK from "Naturvådsverket", see the report by Swedish Television Local News (SVT-Öst) .
Last updated: Mon Nov 06 11:09:18 CET 2017