Advanced Wireless Integrated Circuits Laboratory
Pushing the envelope in reducing the energy consumption of wireless integrated circuits
After realizing internet of everything (IoE), which will connect all people, things and everything else in the world, the world is expected to be a more convenient place to live in. Our laboratory is pushing the envelope in reducing the energy consumption of wireless integrated circuits (IC), which is indispensable if we want to achieve IoE and aim to become a pioneer in developing an innovative, wireless IC that is much more convenient to use and eco-friendly.
|College of Engineering||Electronic Engineering|
|Faculty Name||Tadashi Maeda|
The Institute of Electronics, Information and Communication Engineers
|Keyword||Wireless, Integrated circuits, Electronic circuits, LSI (Large-scale integrated circuit), Ubiquitous|
- Electronic engineering
- Communication engineering
For SocietyWe believe that we will be able to develop wireless terminals that can operate semi-permanently and completely autonomously by using weak energy sources such as indoor light and radio waves from wireless local area networks (LANs).
- Research on wireless transceivers that consume as little as nanowatts
- Research on small wireless modules
- Research on technologies to harvest energy from radio wave energies in the environment