Electromagnetics, RF and Antennas Lab

​​The research activity executed at the Electromagnetics, RF and Antennas Lab extends from antennas and RF systems for mobile and IoT devices, to reconfigurable antennas, cognitive radio, RF energy harvesting, RF sensor wake-up, phased arrays, 3D printed antennas, deployable antennas, miniaturized antennas and RF circuits, software controlled antennas and RF systems, antennas for high power microwave systems, antennas for linear plasma devices, dielectric spectroscopy, in addition to antennas and RF systems for biomedical sensors.

The lab is equipped with a state of the art anechoic chamber that can be used to perform radiation pattern, gain and polarization measurements. The lab is also equipped with various sources, several RF equipment, that vary from network analyzers to spectrum analyzers, and other characterizing devices. The lab provides the capability to measure, validate and characterize various passive and active microwave components and antenna structures. The lab also provides the capability to build and fabricate planar and 3D RF and antenna structures.

The lab with its active members output various research publications, patents, and even products that aim at advancing science, fundamental and applied research. The lab also has various national and international partners from Europe, and the United States of America. Through its partners the lab also extends its abilities and potential beyond limits, which allows the execution of any type of related research activity within any frequency range from UHF, microwave, and up to millimeter wave. 


Joseph Costantine​