Founded in 1828, the Technische Universität Dresden (TUD) has more than 35 000 students, more than 5 000 employees and around 400 professors. According to the ranking of the Centrum für Hochschulentwicklung in March 2010, the TUD was ranked No. 1 in electrical engineering among all German universities. The involved Chair for Circuit Design and Network Theory (CCN) is devoted to the design of integrated circuits using advanced circuit techniques and technologies with focus on wireless communications. CMOS as well as Beyond Moore Technologies (Carbon Nanotubes, organic devices, etc.) are used. The CCN incorporates the experience of 2 professors, 8 postdocs and project managers, 1 secretary, around 30 engineers/PhD students and 2 technical staff members. In the area of analogue, RF and mixed-signal circuit design, the CCN has published more than 300 papers and has received more than 20 renowned scientific awards. Applications mainly involve wireless communications, audio electronics and high-end loudspeakers. The CNN has a fully equipped RF measurement lab, CAD circuit and PCB design tools (Cadence, ADS, etc.) and a computer cluster. The CCN coordinated and coordinates e.g. the EU projects ADDAPT, FLEXIBILITY, RESOLUTION and MIMAX.