Thomas Farmer

Thomas Farmer

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.

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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