Antennas and Electromagnetics Instrumentation for Research and Education
Technical Report,01 Feb 2015,31 Jan 2016
FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL UNIV MIAMI MIAMI United States
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The objective of this proposal is to enhance the instrumentation of FIUs ElectroMagnetics Lab EMLab directed by Dr. Georgakopoulos and create a state-of-the art lab that will support the following a Dr. Georgakopoulos funded research on reconfigurable antennas and wireless power transfer, b other research on advanced electromagnetic technologies that support the mission of ARO and DoD, cundergraduate and graduate education on antennas and electromagnetics, and d training of students as well as industry, military and DoD personnel on antennas and electromagnetics. The broader impact of this instrumentation involves the creation of a state-of-the art EMLAB in Florida that will serve as a technical hub attracting new academic and industry collaborators, fostering new opportunities for cross-disciplinary and multi-institutional research, and supporting the growth of a strong and diverse U.S. workforce. The proposed instrumentation comprises of a a StarLab antenna measurement system, b a Dimatix DMP 2831 materials printer for inkjet printing of novel antennas and RF circuits on substrates, and c a10 MHz to 50 GHz Agilent PNA network analyzer.
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