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UofL Wireless & IC Design Laboratory

Mission Statement:

The mission of the Wireless and IC Design Laboratory is to develop custom electronic-based solutions for academic researchers and industry partners. The lab is also tasked with training well-qualified undergraduate and graduate engineering students in the area of developing custom electronic solutions.


 Active Research:

  • Intraocular Pressure (IOP) Measurement System for Glaucoma
  • Implantable System to Monitor Spinal Fusion Progression
  • Wireless Temperature Sensing System for preventing Febrile Seizures
  • Hypertemporal Missile Launch Analysis
  • Optical Bridge Monitoring System
  • Intrusion Detection System
  • Lab on a Chip
  • DHS Explosive Detective

 Location: University of Louisville Belknap Research Bldg. Room. 223 Louisville, KY 40292



John Naber, Director

Areas of Interest: Digital, Analog, and RF Integrated Circuit (IC) Design and Testing. Wireless system design using RFID technology. Bioengineering Telemetry Applications combining IC Design and MEMS-based Sensors

Douglas Jackson, Research Engineer

Mr. Jackson’s research projects include: microchip based capillary electrophoresis / electrochemical detection, RFID sensing devices, and prototype development for biomed and defense applications. His areas of interest are RF design, low power design, and sensor interfacing.



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