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Hashim Raza Khan


Assistant Professor

Department of Electronic Engineering

Hashim Raza Khan


Ph.D. (RF Power Amplifiers), NED UET (2015)

M.Sc (Communications Engineering), RWTH Aachen, Germany (2004)

B.Engg (Electrical),NED UET (2002)


  • "Eliminating Tie-down Diodes in Process Technologies ", 16th International Multi-topic Conference (INMIC) 2013, Pakistan, December 2013
  • "A Parallel Circuit Differential Class-E Power Amplifier Using Series Capacitance ", Journal of Analog Integrated Circuits and Signal Processing (Springer), January 2013
  • "Design & EM Simulation of On-chip Transformer Baluns for RF Power Amplifiers", 2012 Asia-Pacific Electromagnetic Compatibility Symposium and Technical Exhibition, Singapore, May 2012
  • "Sonnet EM Simulation of High Power Transformers for RF Power Amplifiers", 28th International Review of Progress in Applied Computational Electromagnetics, Columbus, OH, USA, April 2012
  • "High Efficiency Switching Classes RF Power Amplifiers in Wireless Communication",  NED University Journal of Research (Thematic Issue on Energy), January 2012
  • "A Fully Integrated Class-E Power Amplifier in 0.13µm CMOS Technology", International NEWCAS Conference, Bordeaux, France, June 2011
  • "A 2.4 GHz Class-A Power Amplifier in 0.13µm CMOS Technology", International Conference on Solid State and Integrated Circuits, Shanghai,China, March 2011
  • "A 900MHz 26.8 dBm Differential Class-E CMOS Power Amplifier", 5th German Microwave Conference (GEMMIC), Berlin, Germany, March 2010
  • "Designing and Fabrication of power amplifiers using ADS and active device study in TCAD," 12th International Symposium on Microwave and Optical Technology (ISMOT), New Delhi, India, December 2009

Research Interests:

  •  Wireless Communications
  •  Radio Frequency Integrated Circuit Design

Research Activities:

  • Worked on band gap reference design in 65nm for GSM SoC at Infineon Technologies, Germany (2006)
  • Designed an RF synthesizer in 65nm for GSM SoC in his Master thesis at Infineon Technologies, Germany (2005-06)
  • Developed a 320 Mbps multi-function signal generator for the calibration requirements of 9300HSM Semiconductor Test as an intern in the High Speed Memory group at Agilent Technologies (now Verigy Ltd.), Germany (2005) 

Projects Supervised:

  • Currently supervising a final year project on comparision between IBM and Siltera PDK
  • Supervised a final year project on design & fabrication of RF Passive Modules (2013)
  • Supervised a final year project on DAT based PA Design in 0.13um CMOS technology (2012)