- CMC Laboratory
Our first-established lab houses some of our advanced testing and design equipment - channel emulators, oscilloscopes, spectrum analyzers, soldering station and microscope. The lab continues to be the hub of multiple research projects for both undergraduate and graduate students.
- RNG Laboratory
The Rice Networking Group (RNG) Lab conducts fundamental research in the areas of mobile and wireless networking. The lab's interests span protocol design, performance evaluation, and at-scale field trials including network deployment, operation and management.
- RECG Laboratory
The Rice Efficient Computing Group (RECG) lab space contains many bench tools, including power consumption monitors, current generators, and oscilloscopes, as well as soldering and wiring equipment for embedded electronics projects. These tools help the researchers build an understanding of current mobile devices and aid in the development of novel electronic systems.
- VLSI Signal Processing Laboratory
The VLSI Signal Processing Lab conducts research on novel and efficient VLSI architectures for signal processing, with a special focus on algorithms for wireless communication. The lab houses VLSI CAD tools and FPGA platforms for prototyping designs.