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Automated synthesis methodology for reliable RF integrated circuits

Project description

New electronic design automation tool for reliable radio frequency circuits

The complex and demanding nature of the Internet of Things (IoT), 5G and e-health applications is increasing the need for high-performance, low-power, low-voltage and low-area radio frequency circuits. However, traditional design methods are based on iterative, mostly manual processes and can’t meet such challenges. Developed to support these traditional methodologies, current electronic design automation tools are becoming obsolete. The EU-funded SYSTEMIC-RF project therefore aims to develop a new design methodology that allows optimisation-based synthesis approaches of radio frequency circuits. This will result in fully optimal designs created in much shorter times than traditional approaches. The new design tool will help designers to meet the demanding specifications of IoT, 5G and e-health applications in good time.


Net EU contribution
€ 147 815,04
Campus Universitario De Santiago Universidade De Aveiro
3810 193 Gloria E Vera Cruz

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Other funding
€ 147 815,04