The Georgia Electronic Design Center (GEDC)

The Georgia Electronic Design Center (GEDC) supports world-class research, active and solution-oriented industry collaboration, intellectual property generation and revenue-generating commercialization efforts. GEDC attracts funding support from federal agencies and industry partners. GEDC’s research is broadly focused on fostering technology at the intersection of today’s communications applications: wireless/RF, wired/copper and fiber channels. The activities of GEDC provide the State of Georgia the opportunity to grow and expand its technology leadership in the design of broadband (high-speed) communications systems, devices and integrated circuits.

The Center is specifically focused on enabling the mobile Internet via innovative research on mixed-signal (analog and digital) systems that operate at the boundaries between telecommunications, microelectronics, analog/RF, and sensing technologies. GEDC’s efforts produce partnerships with industry that attract new jobs to the state, and its research also supports smaller, start-up companies that create new jobs for Georgians.

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