Thomas Farmer

Thomas Farmer

Lecturer
Electrical and Systems Engineering
Computer and Information Science

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Research Expertise: RF-CMOS, Mixed-Signal Circuit Design, Millimeter-wave Microelectronics

Tom's research focus is in the area of radio frequency integrated circuits (RFIC) in CMOS, BiCMOS, or III-V technologies. He is primarily engaged in researching RF and digital integrated circuits for microwave and millimeter-wave communication systems, radar systems, and imaging systems. In his work, Tom is interested in finding creative ways to yield higher RF output power from power amplifiers made in silicon-based IC technologies at millimeter-wave frequencies, through innovative circuit design, while still achieving high linearity, efficiency, and gain.

Education:
2010, The George Washington University, Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), Computer Engineering
2002, The City University of New York-College Master of Science (MS), Computer Science
1998, Bachelor of Science (BS), Computer Science
1994, Associate of Science (AS), Brookdale Community College

 

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