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Radio Frequency Circuits & Systems Research

The Radio Frequency Circuits & Systems Research (RFCSR) group, established in July 2003, is led by Professor Jenshan Lin of the Electrical & Computer Engineering (ECE) Department. Since 2003, the group has been working on projects involving RF/microwave technologies for various applications in communications and sensing.

Current Research Interests:
  • Biomagnetic Field Sensing
  • Biomedical Radar
  • Wireless Power Transfer
  • Noncontact Motion Sensing


Research study "A Supervised Machine Learning Algorithm for Heartrate Detection Using Low-Power Doppler Motion-Sensing Radar" is looking for a volunteer to participate as a test subject. If you are interested, please contact Justin Saluja at Click the link above for more information. 


Do you know how to use HFSS to run 3D EM simulation and Cadence to design low-power circuits? A new research project about RF bioeffect on living cells is looking for a gradaute student capable of 3D EM design and simulation as well as sensor IC design and simulation. Ability to work independently and to communicate with project sponsor remotely is preferred. If interested, please email Dr. Jenshan Lin and attach your resume.