CDADIC is one of the few research consortiums in the country that addresses problems associated with analog, RF and mixed-signal research. Analog, RF, and mixed-mode integrated circuit (IC) devices have important applications in many fields including communications, sensing, transportation, avionics and space technology, and medical technology. The technical advantages of using this type of circuitry range from enhanced performance to improved miniaturization of products.
It is difficult to successfully design first-pass analog and mixed-signal devices. Likewise, it is also difficult to accurately simulate, and test these systems. Our research has resulted in several successful solutions as we make progress in solving these immense problems.