For the purpose of a
hyper-connected society, the use of compound semiconductor based electronic and
optical devices to facilitate ultra high frequency broadband convergence
network is inevitable.
Our division focuses on the following R&D areas: The compound semiconductors
such as InP, GaAs, SiGe, and GaN are used to develop the MMIC and its
transceiver module with cost-effective small, light weight, and low power
consumption for millimeter wave wireless communication systems.
We are engaged in vigorous R&D on advanced photonics and RF-photonic
technologies which bring new innovations and new possibilities for the tera-bit
optical communications based on the photonic integrated circuits and
As well as, we have
implemented on projects to solve serious social problems and develop
unprecedented future techniques via photonic convergence technology; green
algal tides prediction technology, high resolution LIDAR, and wireless security