EPM Lab is located in the Moore Building, home of ENIAC, within the Department of Electrical and Systems Engineering at the University of Pennsylvania.

Capabilities include:

  • Two probe stations equipped for concurrent electronic & photonic probing (up to 6 probes), with air compressors and pulsed-laser modules for laser trimming
  • Four tables with air compressors for free-space optical setups and measurement
  • Electronic probing from DC to 110 GHz
  • RF spectrum analyzer measurements up to 50 GHz (110 GHz with harmonic mixing)
  • RF vector network analyzer measurements up to 67 GHz
  • Direct signal generation up to 70 GHz
  • Bit pattern generation up to 50 Gbps (please confirm number)
  • Custom anechoic chamber for microwave antenna measurements
  • Optical sources and amplification covering O- and C-band
  • Optical modulation and detection up to 50 GHz
  • Infrared camera setup for optical phased array characterization
  • In-house wirebonding, CNC milling, fiber splicing, and electroplating capabilities
  • Access to nanofabrication equipment at the Singh Center for Nanotechnology
  • (to add: Servers/computational resources)